Lower incidence of major cardiovascular events with Mediterranean diet supplemented with oil, nuts.
Highest Healthy Eating Index scores associated with decreased overall and cancer-specific mortality.
Drinking one cup of coffee daily was associated with 24% lower risk for chronic kidney disease.
Generally moderate- or low-quality evidence for preventive benefits, no effect, or increased risk
Trend toward increased heart failure risk seen with higher intake of animal, plant, total protein.
Findings show small increased risk with white wine, decreased risk with red wine
Findings among patients with low platelet count, high homocysteine levels
Reduced risk for all-cause, cancer, cardiovascular mortality for adults with 5 vs 0 low-risk factors.
Breakfast time mediates the association between morning-evening preference and BMI
Overall, 21, 29, and 13% meet goals for fruit, vegetable, and dairy intake, respectively
In a survey, nearly one-third of hemodialysis patients said they disliked fluid restriction.
High frequency of open-flame/high-temp cooking, preference for higher meat doneness tied to HTN
Using open flames or high temps to cook red meat, chicken both linked to higher risk of T2DM
Research suggests that men's diets can affect their risk for prostate cancer.
Gingko biloba plant extract combined with aspirin may help resolve some issues in cognition for acute ischemic stroke patients.
Best Diet Overall went to the Mediterranean Diet and the DASH Diet, with the Flexitarian Diet third.
Study finds that closely adhering to a Mediterranean-style diet possibly protects men from aggressive and advanced prostate cancer.
Saturated fat intake significantly decreases in HbA1c-lowering effect in DPP4i monotherapy in patients with diabetes.
Remission was linked to 46% patients in intensive weight management programs.
More than 50% products advertised as androgen receptor modulators had selective androgen receptor modulators.
Coffee consumption was affiliated with more positives than negatives across a wide range of health outcomes.
12.2% of adults meet fruit recommendation and 9.3% meet vegetable recommendation.
Both total intake of nuts and consumption of peanuts/tree nuts and walnuts tied to lower risk.
Each additional cup consumed per week tied to a decrease in risk compared with no coffee intake.
A low-protein diet, for example, may slow disease progression.
Chronic kidney disease patients in highest quartile of caffeine consumption have lowest risk for mortality.
Cholecalciferol can also correct vitamin D deficiency in patients with chronic kidney disease.
Dialysis patients treated with a low protein diet with keto analogues had lower levels of parathyroid hormone than those on a normal diet, meta-analysis shows.
Score for subscale of perceived seriousness for no reduction of salt intake higher in transplant patients.
High-carb diets were associated with a 28% increased risk of death vs low-carb diets.
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