In the Journals

‘Inconsistent findings’ across studies assessing link between artificial sweeteners, type 2 diabetes risk

December 21, 2019
An analysis of more than four dozen studies suggests that an association between the consumption of artificial sweeteners and type 2 diabetes remains…
In the JournalsPerspective

Chili pepper consumption may reduce CVD, all-cause mortality

December 16, 2019
Regular dietary intake of chili peppers conferred lower risk for all-cause and CVD death in Italian adults, independent of CVD risk factors or…
In the Journals

AHA: Counseling on diet should focus on dietary patterns

December 16, 2019
To promote CV health in their patients, clinicians should recommend a healthy dietary pattern low in cholesterol, according to a science advisory…
In the Journals

Eating ultra-processed foods amplifies risk for developing type 2 diabetes

December 16, 2019
Adults who eat larger quantities of ultra-processed foods are at greater risk for developing type 2 diabetes compared with those who eat smaller…
Meeting News

Diet as therapy for IBD remains hindered by knowledge gaps

December 13, 2019
ORLANDO — As patients with Crohn’s disease seek guidance on how to handle their condition, there remains a knowledge gap regarding what…
In the Journals

Coffee may reduce risk for kidney disease

December 11, 2019
Recently published findings suggest coffee consumption may provide a beneficial effect on kidney function, thereby reducing the risk for developing…
In the Journals

Inflammatory diets may increase diverticulitis risk

December 11, 2019
Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital found that both the inflammatory potential of diets and plasma levels of inflammatory markers are…
Meeting News

Consistent, 10-hour daily eating window benefits adults with metabolic syndrome

December 6, 2019
LOS ANGELES — Adults with metabolic syndrome, even those prescribed antihypertensive and statin drugs, who consistently limited food and…
In the Journals

Depressive symptoms common, linked to dietary non-adherence in patients on hemodialysis

December 4, 2019
Researchers of a published study found a high prevalence of both depressive symptoms and dietary non-adherence in patients on hemodialysis and…
In the Journals

Drinking water instead of coffee, tea, soda may reduce reflux

December 4, 2019
Replacing a few servings per day of either coffee, tea or soda with water may reduce risk for symptoms of GERD, according to study results. …