Dietary patterns and risk of ulcerative colitis: a case–control study

  title={Dietary patterns and risk of ulcerative colitis: a case–control study},
  author={Samaneh Rashvand and M Behrooz and Maryam Samsamikor and Kevan Jacobson and Azita Hekmatdoost},
  journal={Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics},
BACKGROUND Recent evidence indicates a role for dietary factors in the pathogenesis of ulcerative colitis (UC). The aim of the present study was to investigate the relationship between dietary patterns and UC risk. METHODS Sixty-two newly diagnosed cases of UC and 124 healthy age and sex-matched controls were studied. Data on diet was measured using a validated country-specific food frequency questionnaire. Factor analysis was used to define major dietary patterns based on 28 food groups and… Expand
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