Ultra-processed food consumption linked to risk for colorectal cancer among men

High overall consumption of ultra-processed food appeared associated with a higher risk for colorectal cancer among men, but not women, according to study results published in The BMJ.The findings also showed an association between consumption of ultra-processed dairy foods, including yogurt, and lower colorectal cancer risk among women.Previous research has shown an association between ultra-processed food consumption and higher risks for obesity, high blood pressure, cholesterol and some cancers, but few studies have assessed the association between ultra-processed food intake andRead More

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