What is Processed Food(s)?

I asked my clients a simple question. What is processed food(s)? Here are their answers. The reason is that I would like to cut them out from their existing diet.

Processed food have been altered from their natural state, for safety / convenience/ commercial reasons

Usually high in ( fat/ sodium/calories/ transfer fat/ saturated fat)

Processing Methods: canning, freezing, refrigeration, dehydration, aseptic processing

Sausages
Vegetable Oil
Margarine
Microwave/Ready meals
Bread
Breakfast Cereals
salami
breakfast cereals
McDonalds
white bread
chocolate cakes
bagels
sausages
croissant
Candies
chips
biscuits
cold cut
Kraft Cheese Slices
Diet Coke
Frozen Pizza
Frozen Yoghurt
Milky Way Bar
pasta
rice
burger
Food packaged in cans or boxes
Foods changed from natural state
Ready made meals
Food with preservatives
Foods with additives and flavours
Cured, altered or preserved food
Ham
Bacon
Fish fingers
Flavored potato chips/crisps
臘腸
beef jerky

According to the book “Paleo” by Loren Cordain, Ph.D. (2002), he said
“Sugar, like refined cereal grains, is not good for us. It promotes insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome diseases.”

“Trans fat raise blood cholesterol and increase your risk of developing heart disease….Paleo diets – rich in potassium and low in sodium.” – Loren Cordain, Ph.D. (2002)

“Acid-base content of your food can affect your health.” – Loren Cordain, Ph.D. (2002)

“Cereal grains are literally best left for the birds.” – Loren Cordain, Ph.D. (2002)

“When we eat salty potato chips or pepperoni pizza, we are leaching calcium from our bones – osteoporosis” – Loren Cordain, Ph.D. (2002)
When you cut the salt out of your diet, you will sleep better almost immediately.” – Loren Cordain, Ph.D. (2002)

Processed foods: Cereals, peanuts, peanuts butter, bread, muffins, cheese, sandwiches, pizza, doughnuts, cookies – dietary acid by – Loren Cordain, Ph.D. (2002)

Fish can lower Depression. – – Loren Cordain, Ph.D. (2002)

Paleo diet is very simple: lean meats, poultry, fish, seafood, fruits, vegetables. By – Loren Cordain, Ph.D. (2002)