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Not all but some food are unhealthy. As for keeping it for long time it contains high amount of salt and oil which makes it unhealthy for eating.
Posted on Apr 10, 2017
That is unilateral,prepared food can can also contain the nutitions you need. With the development of modern food industry, prepared foods are the trends. More informations: https://www.okfoodadd.com/Blog/detail/id/10.html
Posted on Dec 01, 2015
Not necessarily all prepared foods are unhealthy but many prepared and ready-to-eat foods contain a very high amount of sodium, that helps to enhance flavor and hide the unpleasant taste that some prepared foods might have. Moreover most convenience foods are high in fats, preservative and additive content rather nutritional values.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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