Pooled relative risk of 0.988 for each increment of one cup of coffee per day revealed in meta-analysis of cohort studies
Diets that promote hyperinsulinemia and inflammation increase the likelihood of advanced or fatal prostate cancer, a new study suggests.
In a study of men on active surveillance for localized prostate cancer, each 1-unit increase in Mediterranean diet score, calculated based on patients’ baseline food frequency questionnaire information, was associated with a 12% decreased risk for Gleason grade group progression.
2020 to 2025 guidelines recommend customizing nutrient-dense food and beverage choices to reflect personal preference, cultural traditions
Decrease in waist circumference greater than with traditional Mediterranean diet or healthy dietary guidance
Patients older than 65 years whose salt intake is greater than 8 g/d have a nearly 44% decreased risk for end-stage kidney disease compared with those whose intake is less than 6 g/d, a study found.
Nutritional vitamin D supplements are frequently used to treat secondary hyperparathyroidism, especially in early chronic kidney disease, but they do not substantially lower parathyroid hormone levels, according to a meta-analysis.
Higher levels of consumption of green tea and/or coffee may reduce mortality in those with T2DM.
Reduction comparable to adherence to Mediterranean diet or moderate reduction in salt.
Risks for first incident CVD increased for higher consumers of sugary drinks, ASBs versus nonconsumers.