12.2% of adults meet fruit recommendation and 9.3% meet vegetable recommendation.
Both total intake of nuts and consumption of peanuts/tree nuts and walnuts tied to lower risk.
Each additional cup consumed per week tied to a decrease in risk compared with no coffee intake.
A low-protein diet, for example, may slow disease progression.
Chronic kidney disease patients in highest quartile of caffeine consumption have lowest risk for mortality.
Cholecalciferol can also correct vitamin D deficiency in patients with chronic kidney disease.
Dialysis patients treated with a low protein diet with keto analogues had lower levels of parathyroid hormone than those on a normal diet, meta-analysis shows.
Score for subscale of perceived seriousness for no reduction of salt intake higher in transplant patients.
High-carb diets were associated with a 28% increased risk of death vs low-carb diets.
The addition of V/S ratio to age, eGFR, BNP, antiplatelet agents, and HbA1c significantly improved classification performance for CVD.
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