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Findings from two long-term studies in line with other associated health benefits of fibre.
Dr Yvonne Jeanes (Dietitian & Principal Lecturer, Roehampton University) receives award at Sheffield Dietetic Gastroenterology Symposium.
Associations strongest for 1 serving/week for women and 2-6 servings/week for men, findings show.
Previous research has demonstrated that saturated fat is more fattening and less muscle building than polyunsaturated fats. A new study shows that the choice of fat causes epigenetic changes, which in turn could contribute to differences in fat storage.
A diet rich in fruit and vegetables, nuts and whole grains and low in salt, sugary drinks, and red and processed meats, is associated with a lower risk of gout, whereas a typical 'Western' diet is associated with a higher risk of gout, finds a study published by The BMJ.
Caroline Quentin, Patron of Coeliac UK, the national charity for people living gluten-free, helped to launch the charity's 'Gluten Freevolution' to further grow the range of options of safe gluten-free food when eating outside of the home for the 1.3 million Britons on a gluten-free diet.
Vitamin D supplementation is unlikely to reduce the risk of asthma in children or adults, atopic dermatitis, or allergies according to a new study published in PLOS Medicine by Brent Richards of McGill University, Canada, and the Lady Davis Institute at the Jewish General Hospital, Canada, and colleagues.
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A diet supplemented with soy protein may be an effective adjunct therapy for inflammatory bowel diseases, Penn State researchers reported after completing a study that included mice and cultured human colon cells.