HYPER PROCCESED FOOD Health Effects

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HYPER PROCCESED FOOD Health Effects holistic – Health Effects ultra-foods UPF-products upf groups and Ultra Processed Food Consumption UPFC has been on the rise since before 80s. But what are the long term health effects and consequences? Today, the majority of foods that humans consume are processed to some extent. Food processing includes a transformation of raw ingredients into foods or food products. The broad range of food processing techniques are illustrated by Floros, which states that food processing includes «one or more of a range of operations, including washing, grinding, mixing, cooling, storing, heating, freezing, filtering, fermenting, extracting, extruding, centrifuging, frying, drying, concentrating, pressurizing, irradiating, microwaving, and packaging». In this book and during this project, we chose the NOVA1 classification of foods as a basis for the research, which defines food processing as «all methods and techniques used by the food, drink and associated industries to turn whole fresh foods into food products». More specifically, we focused on the consumption of ultra-processed foods (UPF). Ultra-processed foods risk fresh foods NOVA risk – An elaboration of the NOVA classification system and the term ultra-processed will be provided, but in brief ultra-processed foods are industrially produced products, which contain – little or no whole foods – and can be eaten without, or with minimal, preparation. There has been a rapid increase in the consumption of UPF, especially since the 1980s, and this has coincided with the increase in non-communicable diseases and related risk factors, including overweight, overweight, over weight too much fat, household SCT and obesity. In order to identify relevant material for this book project, a systematic literature search was conducted in four databases, using a two-folded search string with terms indicative of ultra-processed foods and determinants. The cross-sectional study included 497 participants. A validated score was used as an indicator of – time scarcity in young adults, global context product, and three scores were developed as indicators of – ultra-processed food consumption; ultra-processed dinner products, snacks & soft drinks, fast foods. Binary logistic regression analyses were used to investigate the association between time scarcity and consumption of ultra-processed foods. Analyses were adjusted for sociodemographicfactors.The main objective in this project was to increase the knowledge about important factors to address in order to reduce consumption of UPF. To achieve this objective, we conducted one literature review and one cross-sectional study. Young adults are an important group for non-communicable disease prevention, and to the best of our knowledge there are currently no reviews summarizing the literature on determinants of ultra-processed food consumption (UPFC) in this age group. The aim of our review was therefore to systematically assess the current evidence on determinants of UPFC among young adults aged 18 to 35 years. Furthermore, as many highly processed foods are considered to be time saving due to minimal preparation, the main aim in our cross-sectional study was to investigate the association between time scarcity and UPFC. In order to address our research aim, we analyzed data from the Healthy consume food TRA dietary fiber & UPFC Lifestyle sick and Sustainable Lifestyle project, conceived and conducted by researchers at the University of Agder.This book is structured as follows: – A theoretical background is presented, including historical context, description of the NOVA food classification, advantages and disadvantages of food processing and conceptual frameworks of health behavior. – Elaboration on methods and design issues for this paper is provided in chapter four. -Cross-sectional study is presented, followed by an elaboration on methods and design issues in chapter six. -Overall assessment

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