Adolescents eating less ultra-processed food during COVID-19 pandemic

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Adolescents eating less ultra-processed food during COVID-19 pandemic

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This is a news story from Healio by Michael Monostra. During the COVID pandemic, adolescents are eating less processed food.

"In an interim analysis of the Processed Intake Evaluation (PIE) study of 452 adolescents and young adults presented at ENDO 2022, participants reported eating less ultra-processed food during the first 2 years of the pandemic in 2020 and 2021 compared with prior to 2020. Ultra-processed food consumption dropped further in 2022 when COVID-19 restrictions eased."

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