A low protein diet of vegetable proteins along with reduced intake of specific micronutrients should be recommended to stage 3-4 CKD patients, researchers say.
Expert suggests factors beyond poor adherence to a low phosphorus diet and binder therapy may contribute to hyperphosphatemia.
High-heat cooking methods implicated in new study.
Veteran patients with levels below 100 mg/dL had a 26% higher risk of mortality compared with patients with triglyceride levels of 150-200 mg/dL.
Physicians may need to ask young adults about energy drink intake in emergency settings.
Meanwhile, red meat only shows some association with an increased risk for colorectal cancer.
Caffeine content does not seem to be responsible for these changes.
Elevated risk observed with total and supplemental, but not dietary, vitamin C intake.
No reduction in risk of distant metastasis, cancer-related deaths, radiation-linked adverse effects.
In a study, investigators found 70% adherence to the diet, which recommended not adding salt during cooking or at the table.
Worse intake patterns than matched individuals from general population for empty calories, fiber.
Findings in patients with controlled diabetes adding alcohol nightly to Mediterranean diet.
Trial stopped early due to a higher risk of serious cardiovascular events and infections with IV iron versus oral iron.
Added sugars raise risk of myocardial infarction, cardiovascular disease, and stroke.
CKD patients who did not participate in medical nutrition therapy were 3 times more likely to start dialysis than those who did.
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