Concerns about nutritional deficiency in CKD patients are unfounded, and plant-based diets may actually be good for them, the authors of a new report contend.
High-dose monthly supplementation doesn't reduce risk of cancer among middle-aged and older adults.
Mortality risk linked to complementary medicine mediated by treatment refusal
Similar findings across type of coffee, quantity, type of death, and caffeine metabolism score.
Lower incidence of major cardiovascular events with Mediterranean diet supplemented with oil, nuts.
Highest Healthy Eating Index scores associated with decreased overall and cancer-specific mortality.
Drinking one cup of coffee daily was associated with 24% lower risk for chronic kidney disease.
Generally moderate- or low-quality evidence for preventive benefits, no effect, or increased risk
Trend toward increased heart failure risk seen with higher intake of animal, plant, total protein.
Findings show small increased risk with white wine, decreased risk with red wine
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