Here are the top 5 biggest news of the year for diet!

 

Certain Dietary Patterns in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Linked to Higher Risks of Cardiovascular Disease

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A new study compares groups of normal-weight and abdominally obese men to highlight how dietary weight loss improves cardiometabolic risk and vascular function. These findings may warrant further investigation to determine long-term effects in order to create more targeted prevention methods for diabetes and heart disease … [read more]

 

A High-Fat Mediterranean Diet Will Not Increase Body Weight, New Study Finds

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Scientific evidence on the beneficial role of high-fat, high-vegetable fat Mediterranean diet enriched with healthy foods shows this diet does not increase body weight, which therefore challenges the general belief made by physicians about fatty foods … [read more]

 

 

Diet Adapted To Hormonal Fluctuations of the Menstrual Cycle Increases Weight Loss

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Danish researchers have found that a differentiated diet and exercise program that are designed to counteract the changes in eating preference associated with hormonal fluctuations of the menstrual cycle may be beneficial for pre-menopausal women … [read more]

 

 

Certain Dietary Patterns in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Linked to Higher Risks of Cardiovascular Disease

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Certain diet patterns in individuals with type 2 diabetes found to be correlated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and high cholesterol. More research needs to be done to discover causation … [read more]

 

 

 

Diets That Involve Certain Vegetable Oils Found to Improve Cholesterol and Fat Levels

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A recently published experimental study found that particular vegetable oils lead to the reduction of blood sugar and fat levels in diabetic mice … [read more]




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