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
Slower eGFR decline seen in association with greater adherence to overall and healthy plant-based diets
Mortality risk related to cardiovascular disease 87 percent higher among those who never eat breakfast