Not all foods are good for you. Most “fast foods” and the packaged foods you find in “convenience” stores have been processed, or changed from their natural state, by the companies that make them.
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Food for Thought
Many processed foods are lower in nutritional value than whole foods. Nutrients such as fiber and “good” fats often have been replaced by more sugar, salt, and unhealthy types of fat than your body can absorb. Processed foods also often contain added substances, called additives (ADD-ih-tivs), that our bodies don’t need. These include preservatives (preh-ZER-vah-tivs)—chemicals that help foods last longer before going bad. Sugary breakfast cereals, packaged cookies, and frozen dinners are examples of processed foods. Watch this video to learn how healthy foods help your body and processed foods can harm it. Click the video on the left to watch.