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HomeHealthWHO-backed study finds some highly processed foods are healthy. Fact or fiction?

WHO-backed study finds some highly processed foods are healthy. Fact or fiction?

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A study published in the Lancet journal examined information on ultra-processed food. The study is titled “Consumption of ultra-processed foods and risk of multimorbidity of cancer and cardiometabolic diseases: a multinational cohort study.”

The study included 266,666 participants, of whom 60% were women who did not have cancer, cardiovascular disease, or type 2 diabetes. People from seven European countries in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) study were used.

The study did find that higher consumption of UPFs increases the risk of cancer and cardiometabolic multimorbidity.

Contrary to common belief, bread and cereals, despite being classified as ultra-processed foods (UPF), can actually diminish the risk of certain health issues due to their fiber content, as indicated by researchers in a study published in The Lancet.

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Likewise, while sauces, spreads, and condiments are considered detrimental to human health, their impact is comparatively less severe than that of animal products and soft drinks.

Co-author of the study and specialist at the World Health Organization’s Agency for Cancer Research, Heinz Freisling stated that the study shows there’s no need to abstain from highly processed foods entirely. Rather, their intake ought to be restricted, with a predilection for foods that are fresh or barely processed.

It is false to believe that all processed foods are unhealthy, he said, even though some may be linked to the emergence of chronic illnesses.

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