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Behavior patterns of people who achieve clinically significant weight loss

Written by | 9 May 2023

A new study analyzing data on over 20,000 U.S. adults links a healthier diet and increased exercise to weight loss that reduces heart disease risk – while associating… read more.

10 popular diets scored for heart-healthy elements; some need improvement

Written by | 30 Apr 2023

Many popular dietary patterns score high for heart-health; however, a few contradict the American Heart Association’s dietary guidance and did not rank as heart-healthy, according to a new… read more.

Alzheimer’s disease: is diet key to dementia?

Written by | 7 Feb 2023

A new decade-long study of older adults in China has found that a healthy lifestyle, in particular a good diet, is associated with slower memory decline. Researchers say… read more.

The right diet can safeguard against acute kidney injury

Written by | 23 Mar 2022

A research team led by Professor Dr Roman-Ulrich Müller has established that four out of six different nutritional strategies prevent acute kidney injury in the mouse model. Furthermore,… read more.

Changing your diet could add up to a decade to life expectancy, study finds

Written by | 14 Feb 2022

A young adult in the U.S. could add more than a decade to their life expectancy by changing their diet from a typical Western diet to an optimized… read more.

For IBS, specific diets are less important than expected

Written by | 29 Dec 2021

Many IBS sufferers avoid certain types of food and often exclude gluten. However, a large new study from Chalmers University of Technology and Uppsala University, Sweden, does not… read more.

Ultraprocessed foods now comprise 2/3 of calories in children and teen diets

Written by | 19 Aug 2021

“Some whole grain breads and dairy foods are ultraprocessed, and they’re healthier than other ultraprocessed foods. Processing can keep food fresher longer, allows for food fortification and enrichment,… read more.

How fasting diets could harm future generations

Written by | 19 May 2021

Fasting diets have risen in popularity in recent years, however little is known about the long-term impact of these diets, particularly for future generations. New research, published today… read more.

Early sugary diet could mean memory trouble later

Written by | 4 Apr 2021

New research shows how drinking sugary beverages early in life may lead to impaired memory in adulthood. The study, published today in Translational Psychiatry, also is the first to… read more.

Study led by Hamilton scientists has found a link between eating processed meat and a higher risk of cardiovascular disease

Written by | 2 Apr 2021

The information comes from the diets and health outcomes of 134,297 people from 21 countries spanning five continents, who were tracked by researchers for data on meat consumption… read more.

Semaglutide reduces excess body fat in people with obesity

Written by | 31 Mar 2021

In adults with obesity or overweight, weekly treatment with the glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP1) receptor agonist semaglutide leads to reduced excess body fat and increased lean body mass,… read more.

Link between gut microbes, diet and illnesses

Written by | 30 Jan 2021

Diets rich in healthy and plant-based foods encourages the presence of gut microbes that are linked to a lower risk of common illnesses including heart disease, research has… read more.

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