Watch What Happens in Your Body After Eating Processed Food

Post image for Watch What Happens in Your Body After Eating Processed Food

by Yoli Ouiya on December 10, 2013

Follow Me on Pinterest

This is a video from 2011 TEDxManhattan Fellow Stefani Bardin. In the video, they compared how the body digests a processed food meal vs whole foods meal.

The results show how the body inherently has a much harder time breaking down the processed meal. Where as the whole foods meal breaks down with much more ease. The struggle to break down the first meal is what leads to gastrointestinal issues, the sleeping feeling you get sometimes after eating, and what I suspect contributes to aggregating diseases such as Crohn’s disease.

Pin It

This post was written by...

– who has written 331 posts on Yoli's Green Living.

Yoli Ouiya is a Green & Healthy Living Expert, Green Chef, Publisher and Editor in Chief of YolisGreenLiving.com. She is noted as the “Queen of Green” by Black Enterprise Magazine, and currently operates a boutique eco-lifestyle outfit Yoli’s Green Living Group. Black Enterprise included Yoli in its “Top 20 National Bloggers” of 2012, was named ‘Best in Green Living” by AllParenting.com, and listed as “Top 17 Black Woman Bloggers to Watch in 2013″ bu ForHarriet.com. With a certification in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell, she offers workshops, lectures, and organizes a variety of eco-chic green themed events in New York. She is currently on the board of directors for The New York Coalition for Healthy School Food, a health and nutrition specialist for Harlem Children’s Zone, and co-authoring a book slated for completion Spring 2014.

Contact the author

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Olivia Lane December 10, 2013 at 1:46 pm

Fascinating! Guess Armegedon Ramen isn’t something we should be putting in our bodies. LOL! Thanks for sharing this!

Reply

Yoli Ouiya December 12, 2013 at 10:41 am

lol even though I ate plenty of it during college, no more. Hopefully it isn’t still living in my body!

Reply

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: