The message is clear – eating highly or ultraprocessed foods increases the intake of sugar, poor fats and salt, all linked with obesity and cancers associated with obesity.
The social reality and inequality is that this food is generally cheaper, easily available, ready to eat and addictive.
So the poor, who can least afford healthcare are coughing up $1 trillion in healthcare costs.
And cancer rates which have been falling over the decades are set to rise exponentially in the future as the young age with all these health problems ready to implode.
Unless eating and lifestyle habits change.