Consumption of wine is associated with a high decrease in risk of type 2 diabetes, compared to beer and spirits.
Researchers say restricting sodium might backfire, but heart experts are critical of the finding.
African American survivors had lower intakes of 8 select micronutrients, such as folate, compared with Caucasian survivors.
New findings show metabolic changes suggesting that a carbohydrate-restricted diet may improve insulin sensitivity.
Finding suggests that olfactory deficits may contribute to nutritional impairment in patients with chronic and end-stage renal disease.
Researchers also suggests that statins may help counteract harmful effect of fatty foods.
The 2015-2020 guidelines emphasize healthy eating patterns over individual food groups and nutrients.
Researchers suggest that exchanging vegetable protein for animal protein can lower the risk of diabetes.
Prostate and breast cancers were elevated in patients who consumed a diet high in glycemic load and sugary drinks.
Participants assigned to a whey protein lost more weight at 3 months than those assigned to other proteins or starch.
Previous findings did not account for persons abstaining from alcohol due to illnesses.
Researchers argue that little evidence exists to support this approach to prevent hyperkalemia.
Regular tea drinkers had a one-third less risk of undergoing a major cardiovascular event.
Cutting the prices of fruits and vegetables has been linked to a reduction of cardiovascular deaths.
Effect seen in women, not men; strongest effect seen in the highest tertile of DASH scores.
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