A 12-week trial assessing the effects of a low calorie, low carbohydrate diet facilitated by community pharmacists suggests this approach could contribute to the remission of type 2 diabetes in adult patients.
A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trial data suggest those adhering to diets with a low glycemic index and low glycemic load were linked to lowered HbA1c levels and improvements in cardiometabolic risk factors.
A study from the University of South Australia assessing the impact of high-dose, short-term caffeine consumption suggests increased consumption could increase renal calcium clearance by 77% in healthy patients.
An analysis of data from the Framingham Heart Study Offspring Cohort by investigators at the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging suggests greater consumption of whole grains was associated with a more preferable cardiometabolic risk profile than lesser consumption or consumption of refined grains.
An analysis of dietary patterns from more than 4000 men in NHANES suggests a diet with a greater intake of inflammatory foods was associated with a nearly 30% increase in odds of developing testosterone deficiency.