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Study: Low-fat diet helps fatigue in people with MS (PR)

Contact: Todd Murphymurphyt@ohsu.edu503-494-8231Oregon Health & Science University  Study: Low-fat diet helps fatigue in people with MS  IMAGE: This is Vijayshree Yadav, M.D., Oregon Health & Science University. Click here

Consuming High-Protein Breakfasts Helps Women Maintain Glucose Control, MU Study Finds

Related Media Leidy found when women consumed high-protein breakfasts they maintained better glucose and insulin control than they did when they ate lower-protein or no-protein meals.  PhotoDownload ...
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"Paleo" Diet Leads to Worsening Cholesterol

The “Paleo” diet worsens cholesterol levels, according to a new study in the International Journal of Exercise Science. Researchers put 44 healthy adults on a “Paleo” diet ...
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Saturated fat intake may raise breast cancer risk

Friday April 11, 2014  (foodconsumer.org)  -- Eating a diet full of saturated fat may increase the risk of several types of breast cancer, according to ...
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High protein diet linked to high risk of cancer

Wednesday March 5, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study published March 4 in Cell Metabolism suggests that eating a high protein diet such as Atkins’s ...
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Cholesterol Levels Lower in Vegans

Those who consume vegan diets have better cholesterol levels than people who eat meat, fish, dairy, and/or egg products, according to a study published this ...
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Omega-3 rich diet boosts brain development

Monkeys eating a diet full of omega-3 fatty acids developed brains that had neural networks similar to those found in healthy humans, according to an ...
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Study suggests whole diet approach to lower CV risk has more evidence than low-fat diets (PR)

Contact: Jane Grochowskiajmmedia@elsevier.com215-239-3712Elsevier Health Sciences  Study suggests whole diet approach to lower CV risk has more evidence than low-fat diets Mediterranean-style diets most successful, reports The American ...
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Ingredients in chocolate, tea and berries could guard against diabetes (PR)

Contact: Lisa Hortonl.horton@uea.ac.uk44-016-035-92764University of East Anglia  Ingredients in chocolate, tea and berries could guard against diabetes  IMAGE: Eating high levels of flavonoids including anthocyanins and other compounds (found ...
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Western diet linked to Alzheimer's disease

The rates of Alzheimer's disease (AD) in Japan and developing countries have been on the rapid rise in recent years and researchers believe that the ...
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