Junk food, as the term suggests, is bad for our health. Recent studies have linked a high consumption of industrialized foods to obesity, diabetes and certain types of cancer. But a study by Efrat Monsonego Ornan that looked at an aspect of the problem never before examined – how ultra-processed food affects bone development – has come up with such serious findings that parents cannot remain indifferent to them. Nor can the huge conglomerates that turn out junk food.
Paid by Ulpan Bayit