Higher consumption of fruit and vegetables linked to lower risk for all-cause, non-CVD mortality
Reduction in risk for range of critical outcomes greatest for daily dietary fiber intake of 25 to 29 g.
Cumulative proportional probability for AF events greatest for those in the highest quartile of salt intake
Odds of CKD up with beverage pattern consisting of higher intake of sweetened soda, fruit drinks, water
Micronutrient supplements may be warranted for specific nutritional needs or deficiencies
Experts suggest some simple ways medical practices can get patients to embrace healthy behaviors.
16,100 CVD deaths attributable to higher sodium intake among those aged 25 to 69 in 2011
In a small study of hemodialysis patients, substituting egg white for meat and fish in 3 meals per week resulted in a significant decrease in serum phosphate.
Poor vitamin K status is associated with inflammation and low areal bone mineral density (BMD) among patients with end-stage renal disease.
Serum magnesium levels of 2.6 mg/dL or higher at 1 year predict a 52% decreased risk of death from any cause.
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