Plant-based UPF linked to heart disease, early death

Business Insider June 11, 2024, 05:00 PM UTC

Summary: A recent study found that plant-based ultra-processed foods increase the risk of heart disease and early death, while whole foods lower it. Plant-based diets are linked to lower blood pressure and slower aging. Swapping processed plant-based foods for whole foods like fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, as well as slow down aging.

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