A study in the journal Circulation found higher blood serum levels of the food additive inorganic phosphate were associated with greater sedentary time and less time spent engaging in moderate to vigorous physical activity. The two-part study included animal data and results from more than 1,600 healthy people who used fitness trackers for seven days to monitor exercise levels.
Study links food additive to less time spent exercising
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