Drinking water, unsweetened tea or coffee instead lowered risk by 25%.
Organic foods typically command higher prices than their non-organic counterparts, despite a lack of convincing scientific evidence that organic foods are healthier.
Dietary guidelines might need modification to reflect racial differences, researcher says.
Researchers observed significant improvements in inflammation and physical function.
Individuals who perceived the benefits of a low-phosphorus diet and demonstrated self-efficacy were more likely to make strides against hyperphosphatemia.
Men in highest quartile of high-pesticide residue fruit, vegetable intake have lower sperm count.
Research raises concern about the simultaneous use of chemotherapy and fish oil.
Many cold cuts, pizza, packaged meals contain too much sodium to be labeled 'healthy', according to a new CDC report.
Excessive consumption of iced tea has been linked to renal failure caused by oxalate nephropathy in a case study appearing in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Reducing dietary phosphorus is challenging, so researchers have developed a food pyramid for CKD and dialysis patients.
When the kidneys are not working well, potassium levels in the blood can rise.
The world is eating too much sugar and people should slash their intake to just 6 to 12 teaspoons per day, according to WHO.
The quantity and quality of available evidence may not be strong enough to support widespread recommendation of the Mediterranean diet.
53% taking action to reduce sodium. Those receiving medical advice to reduce sodium intake appeared more willing to take action.
People who eat more plant foods than animal products are less likely to die from cardiovascular disease.
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