Processed Food: An Experiment That Failed
Anyone who follows the work of Dr. Robert Lustig knows he has been talking about the health issues related to processed food for years. Just enter “Robert Lustig” and “Processed Food” into your search engine and you will find many references to his advocacy efforts in this area of metabolic health and nutrition. Is processed food an experiment that failed? Read, view and learn from the resources posted here, and decide for yourself.
Here is Dr. Lustig’s paper in JAMA Pediatrics – Viewpoint: Processed Food: An Experiment That Failed
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Two new resources now exist that provide a stronger understanding of processed food from a scientific perspective:
- Establishment of NOVA Food Classification framework, developed by team at University of San Paulo under the leadership of Professor Carlos Monteiro)
- Processed Food Addiction: Foundation, Assessment & Recovery by Joan Ifland, PhD
- The Perils of Ignoring History: Big Tobacco Played Dirty and Millions Died. How Similar Is Big Food? – Kelly Brownell & Kenneth Warner
- The Role of the Food Industry in Creating Food Addiction – Michael Moss and Dr. Mark Hyman
- The road to Alzheimer’s disease is lined with processed foods by Dr. Lisa Mosconi in Quartz
- Profits and pandemics: prevention of harmful effects of tobacco, alcohol, and ultra-processed food and drink industries, Lancet
- Chronic Disease, Changing Diets and Sustainability The Globalization of Western-style Eating and Its Implications
- The big issue is ultra-processing, by Carlos Monteiro
- ‘Ultra-processed’ food is obesogenic and must be made less available & affordable, say researchers
- The Dorito Effect by Mark Schatzker
Food Addiction: resource page