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Many clients and patients don’t fully understand and see the links between their long-term health goals and the foods they choose to eat every single day, right?

What if you could educate and empower them to reduce their intake of processed foods and start lowering their risks today (without preparing all of the talking points and materials yourself)?

Help your clients and patients have their healthiest life while reducing their risks for heart disease, cancer, and in this case, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

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Release Date: September 2021

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This Health scoop (new study update) was created to help you consistently stay in touch with your email subscribers while keeping you up-to-date with some of the most fascinating recent studies and includes:

  • A short primer for your clients on what ultra-processed foods and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are

  • A brief summary about a new study showing increased risks for IBD as the number of servings of ultra-processed foods per day increased—regardless of age
  • A few food swaps they could try to increase the number of whole food servings per day

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Related topics: Gut health, IBD (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), ultra-processed vs. minimally-processed (“whole”) foods and diet

Backgrounder article: Link to media article on this study

Study design: Prospective cohort (strong for an observational study)

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Narula, N., Wong, E., Dehghan, M., Mente, A., Rangarajan, S., Lanas, F., Lopez-Jaramillo, P., Rohatgi, P., Lakshmi, P., Varma, R. P., Orlandini, A., Avezum, A., Wielgosz, A., Poirier, P., Almadi, M. A., Altuntas, Y., Ng, K. K., Chifamba, J., Yeates, K., Puoane, T., … Yusuf, S. (2021). Association of ultra-processed food intake with risk of inflammatory bowel disease: prospective cohort study. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 374, n1554. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.n1554
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8279036/

About the study (these details aren’t included in the client/patient-friendly Scoop, it’s for your info as a research-based health professional):

  • This study shows that the more ultra-processed foods that are consumed, the higher the risk of eventually being diagnosed with IBD, regardless of age. It does not show that ultra-processed foods “cause” IBD, but rather that these foods are probably one factor that can increase IBD risk in those who seem to be genetically susceptible. 
  • How is it possible that ultra-processed foods can increase risk for IBD? The hypothetical link is via their interaction with gut microbes and the immune system, although more research is needed.
  • Note that all studies have limitations. That’s why it’s important to look at multiple studies, giving more weight to the ones that have a better design to answer the questions being asked. This study did not note any specific types of ultra-processed foods or ingredients that may be riskier than others. An overall diet of more ultra-processed foods eaten per day (of any type of ultra-processed food) increases risk.
  • This particular study is a cohort study, so that’s a pretty strong observational study, but not quite as strong as a randomized control trial (which would be even better than observational because it would be experimental). 
  • This study has a lot of participants (116,087 adults aged 35-70 years old across 21 countries!) which partially makes up for the not-so-strong data captured for each one i.e., self-reported diagnoses and food intake (via food frequency questionnaires).
  • A study strength of 5/7 according to this chart: https://www.compoundchem.com/2015/04/09/scientific-evidence/ 

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