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Adequate intake of fruits, fiber, and vegetables may help protect individuals from inflammatory bowel diseases, such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.
High consumers of fruits and vegetables are less likely to develop inflammatory bowel diseases, such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.
Generous intake of meat may increase inflammatory bowel disease risk.
Individuals with high dietary intake of foods rich in lycopene, such as tomatoes, may have lower risk of stomach cancer.
Frequent consumption of fermented soy foods may increase an individual’s chances of developing stomach cancer.
High intake of tomatoes and lycopene-rich foods may reduce the likelihood of developing stomach cancer.
High dietary intake of salt may increase stomach cancer development risk. This study assessed the correlation between habitual consumption of salty foods and gastric (stomach) cancer risk. Researchers systematically reviewed 10-year old data on salt intake and gastric cancer odds ratio of 2,076498 subjects extracted from 4 cohort and 7 case-control studies. They found...
Generous consumption of cruciferous vegetables may reduce stomach cancer risk.
Stomach cancer is more likely to occur in individuals who regularly consumed salt processed foods, such as salted meat and pickled vegetables, than in rare and non-consumers of these foods.
Individuals who regularly consumed dairy products, such as milk, butter, and margarine, may have a high tendency to develop stomach cancer.