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High-fat meals could be more harmful to males than females

Contact: Laura Coversonlaura.coverson@cshs.org310-423-5215Cedars-Sinai Medical Center@cedarssinai  High-fat meals could be more harmful to males than females, according to new obesity research LOS ANGELES (Oct. 16, 2014) – Male
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Paleolithic diet, Mediterranean diet linked to lower colorectal cancer

Monday Oct 19, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- The Western diet has been linked to a higher risk of colorectal cancer.  A new study in American Journal ...
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High fat diet can harm the liver

A new study from Spain again confirms that a high fat diet can be harmful and it found high fat diet could cause nonalcoholic fatty ...
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MedDiet, DASH slow cognitive decline

Scientists at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL conducted a study and found following the DASH (Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension) and Mediterranean diets ...
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High fat diet increases Parkinson's disease risk

A new study suggests that eating a high fat diet can not only cause obesity, glucose intolerance and insulin resistance, but also cause brain damage ...
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Hypertension and nutritional status: What to eat to prevent high blood pressure

Monday Sep 15, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- In a review published in Annual Review of Nutrition, scientists at University of Messina in Messina, Italy say that ...
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Eating Fish May Lower Risk For Hearing Loss

Sunday Sep 13, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Dr. Sharon Curhan of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and colleagues conducted a study and found increased intake ...
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More than 40 percent of sodium comes from 10 common types of food

CDC report finds sodium consumption high among US children More than 40 percent of sodium comes from 10 common types of food More than 90 percent of ...
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CDC report finds sodium consumption high among U.S. children

Press Release Embargoed until: Tuesday, September 9, 2014, 1:00 pm ETContact: CDC Media Relations (404) 639-3286 CDC report finds sodium consumption high among U.S. children More than 40 percent of sodium ...
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Mediterranean diet prevents cardiodiabesity

Elena García-Fernández and colleagues from Mediterranean Diet Foundation in Barcelona, Spain published a review that suggests Mediterranean diet can reduce risk of cardiovascular disease, metabolic ...
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