Body mass index and physical activity and the risk of diverticular disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective studies.

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diabetes mellitus 1 endocrinologydiseases
obesity 4 endocrinologydiseases

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diabetes mellitus 19389 activity, diverticular disease with abscess/perforation≤ 30 min/d1.42 (1.18–1.69)Age, dietary fiber, diabetes mellitus , hypertension, acetylsalicylic acid, NSAID use, steroid medication, alcohol, smoking status, BMI, education> 30 min/d1.00≤ 30 min/d0.77
obesity 3711 red meat has been associated with increased risk of diverticular disease [[9]–[11]]. Overweight and obesity have been associated with increased risk of diverticular disease as well [[12]]. Several case–control
obesity 5211 larger project on diverticular disease risk factors (“body mass index” OR BMI OR overweight OR obesity OR anthropometry OR fatness OR “body fatness” OR “abdominal fatness” OR “abdominal obesity”
obesity 5312 obesity OR anthropometry OR fatness OR “body fatness” OR “abdominal fatness” OR “abdominal obesity ” OR “waist circumference” OR “waist-to-hip ratio” OR “waist-to-height ratio” OR “hip
obesity 34661 [[39]]. Physical activity could reduce the risk of diverticular disease by preventing overweight and obesity , by maintaining gastrointestinal motor function, decreasing intra-colonic pressure, reducing the transit

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