Four patients would need to adhere to diet to avoid primary end point in per-protocol analysis.
Recommendations focus on totality of diet, overall eating pattern.
Daily consumers accumulated about 27% more visceral fat.
A combination of exercise and a flavonoid-rich diet can reduce the risk of erectile dysfunction by 21%.
Changes in individual lifestyles and how foods are produced are needed to lower consumption.
Through diet and exercise, prostate cancer patients can decrease their risk of dying from their illness.
Risk up for every three servings/week of baked, boiled, mashed potatoes, and especially fries.
Sodium restriction linked to increased risk of death or heart failure hospitalization.
Researchers observe significant improvements chronic and hemodialysis-induced vascular dysfunction.
Study of peritoneal dialysis patients showed that they do not adjust binders to match the phosphate content of meals and snacks.
Improvement in lipid profile for nutraceuticals alone or in combo for statin-intolerant patients.
The death risk decreases 23% with each 33% increase in plant protein to total protein ratio, study finds.
Concerns include altered pharmacodynamics, direct toxic effects, increased chemosensitivity.
Significant correlation for seniors does not persist after adjustment for health status, physical activity.
Researchers say 'one-size-fits-all' diet doesn't exist.
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