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It's getting alarming numbers/ The latest study reveals it! These foods increase the risk of developing and dying from cancer
Written by SOT.COM.AL 1 Shkurt 2023
Eating 'ultra-processed' foods increases the risk of developing and dying from cancer, particularly ovarian cancer, according to a new study of over 197,000 people in the UK.
Highly processed foods include prepackaged soups, sauces, frozen pizzas, and convenience foods, as well as hot dogs, sausages, French fries, sodas, store-bought cookies, cakes, candy, donuts, ice cream, and more. others.
"Ultra-processed foods are produced with ingredients of industrial origin and often use food additives to adjust color, taste, consistency, texture or extend shelf life ," said Dr. Kiara Chang, a National Institutes for Health Research fellow.
"Our bodies may not react the same way to these ultra-processed ingredients and additives as they do to fresh, nutritious minimally processed foods, " Chang said.
"However, people who eat more ultra-processed foods also tend to drink more fizzy drinks and less tea and coffee, as well as fewer vegetables and other foods associated with a healthy dietary pattern," said Duane Mellor . , a nutritionist and senior lecturer.
The study, published Tuesday in the journal eClinicalMedicine, looked at the link between eating ultra-processed foods and 34 different types of cancer over a 10-year period.
Researchers examined information on the eating habits of 197,426 people who were part of Biobank UK, a large biomedical database and research resource that followed residents from 2006 to 2010.
The amount of ultra-processed foods consumed by the people in the study ranged from 9.1% to 41.4% of their diet, the study found.
Every 10% increase in processed food consumption was associated with a 2% increase in the development of any cancer and a 19% increase in the risk of being diagnosed with ovarian cancer, according to a statement released by Imperial College London .
Cancer deaths also increased, the study found. According to the statement, for every additional 10% increase in ultra-processed food consumption, the risk of dying from any cancer increased by 6%, while the risk of dying from ovarian cancer increased by 30%.