Plant-based diets might lower risk, animal-based diets containing dairy might raise risk for prostate cancer
This review discusses nutritional interventions and management of nutritional status in elderly patients with cancer.
In a systematic review and meta-analysis, health eating patterns were associated with a 30% and 23% decreased incidence of chronic kidney disease and albuminuria.
Compared with meat eaters, rates of ischemic heart disease lower, but rates of stroke higher
In a study, Japanese men who ate mushrooms each week had lower risk for prostate cancer.
Compared with the lowest quintiles of total animal protein intake and non-dairy animal protein intake, the highest quintiles were associated with a 16% and 14% increased risks of kidney stone formation, respectively, a study found. Findings are consistent with previous studies.
Compared with the lowest quartiles of red meat and processed red meat intake, the highest quartiles are associated with significant 73% and 99% increased odds of CKD, respectively, a new study found.
Benefits on peripheral insulin sensitivity, disposition index for those at-risk or newly-diagnosed with T2DM
Findings seen in warfarin-treated patients with history of international normalized ratio instability
Low intake of whole grains, dairy products, high intake of processed meats account for highest burden