Dishes like this white truffle double cheeseburger may be delicious, but they are unlikely to make you feel as full as an unprocessed meal. Photo: @emanuelekstrom/Unsplash Dishes like this white truffle double cheeseburger may be delicious, but they are unlikely to make you feel as full as an unprocessed meal. Photo: @emanuelekstrom/Unsplash
Dishes like this white truffle double cheeseburger may be delicious, but they are unlikely to make you feel as full as an unprocessed meal. Photo: @emanuelekstrom/Unsplash
Wellness

New year’s resolutions during Covid-19: no processed food in our 2021 diets – how a recent study linked it to cancer, stroke, heart disease and overeating

The pandemic is causing us to question how healthy we really are, and a recent study revealed that too many McDonald’s burgers or other processed foods is linked to early death – but what should we eat instead?

Topic |   Wellness
Dishes like this white truffle double cheeseburger may be delicious, but they are unlikely to make you feel as full as an unprocessed meal. Photo: @emanuelekstrom/Unsplash Dishes like this white truffle double cheeseburger may be delicious, but they are unlikely to make you feel as full as an unprocessed meal. Photo: @emanuelekstrom/Unsplash
Dishes like this white truffle double cheeseburger may be delicious, but they are unlikely to make you feel as full as an unprocessed meal. Photo: @emanuelekstrom/Unsplash
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