The researchers found, a 20-percentile improvement in diet quality was linked to an 8% to 17% decrease in the risk of early all-cause mortality.
The team noted that indoor workers had lower 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels compared to outdoor workers.
The survey of 172,042 households found that between 2000 and 2014 the amount of salt in the packaged food and drinks people bought was reduced by nearly 396 mg.
A healthy diet should focus on healthy foods rich in nutrients that can help reduce disease risk, like poly- and monounsaturated vegetable oils, nuts, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish, and others.
There was an independent association for concomitant use of at least two drugs with high risk of a clinically significant DDI.
The researchers said the trends of increasing use of supplemental vitamin D were found across most age groups, genders, races, and ethnicities.
Chronic kidney disease stage 3 is 23% more likely to develop in individuals in the highest versus lowest quintile of consumption of red and processed meat.
The researchers found that higher alcohol consumption was associated with increased odds of hippocampal atrophy in a dose-dependent manner.
Compared with individuals reporting chocolate intake less than once per month, the rate of AF was lower for people consuming chocolate regularly.
A DASH-style diet is associated with a reduced risk of gout, whereas a Western diet is associated with a higher risk.
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