The next big change in human diet occurred in the age of industrialization, which began in the nineteenth century. This era witnessed the development and popularization of processed foods made from the five or six natural food types that all traditional cultural cuisines had been based on for centuries. Four particular types of processed foods became central to modern diets: refined grains, sweets, processed meats, and fried foods. Whole wheat bread was turned into Wonder Bread, milk into ice cream, pork into bologna, and potatoes into potato chips, as it were. Fitzgerald, Matt. The Endurance Diet: Discover the 5 Core Habits of the World's Greatest Athletes to Look, Feel, and Perform Better (p. 50). Da Capo Press. Kindle Edition.

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