Horrible super-processed red meat… If you enjoy it, the risk of dying increases by 24% 

A study in Korea found that eating ultra-processed red meat and fish increased the risk of death from all causes by 24%. Ultra-processed milk and ultra-processed soymilk also increased the risk of death by more than 10%.

According to the Korea Food Communication Forum on the 21st, Kangwon National University School of Medicine Professor Lee Sang-ah’s team analyzed the correlation between ultra-processed food and death among 113,576 adults who participated in the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s HEXA (urban-based cohort) study from 2004 to 2013 카지노사이트. The result turned out like this.

During the 10.6-year follow-up of the research subjects by Professor Lee’s team, 3456 people died for various reasons. There was no difference in mortality according to total intake of ultra-processed foods. However, the all-cause mortality rate of those who ate a lot of ultra-processed meat or fish was 1.2 (female) to 1.3 times (male) that of those who ate less. All-cause mortality in men who ate a lot of ultra-processed milk and ultra-processed soy milk also reached 1.1 times that of men who ate less.

A Spanish study found that eating four or more servings of ultra-processed foods daily increased the risk of death by 62%.

In the paper, the research team said, “The increased risk of death of ultra-processed milk and soy milk is related to the increased risk of all-cause mortality in beverages with added sugar, that is, sugary drinks.” “These products are high in added sugar and dietary cholesterol. heard,” he pointed out.

On the other hand, more than one-fourth of the total calories consumed by the Korean people per day is obtained through ultra-processed foods. This is the result of an analysis of 21,075 people who participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey from 2016 to 2018 by Professor Shim Ji-sun (preventive medicine) of Yonsei University College of Medicine. In this study, the amount of calories Koreans get through ultra-processed foods amounted to 26.2% of the total daily calorie intake. Ultra-processed foods generally refer to foods that contain a lot of food additives such as coloring agents, sweeteners, and preservatives that are not commonly used when making food at home. This includes sweetened beverages, soda, snacks and cookies, chocolate, candy, bread and cakes, breakfast cereals, and a variety of convenience foods. Ultra-processed foods account for about half of Koreans’ daily total sugar intake.

The results of this study were published in the latest issue of the international journal Plos One .

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