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  1. BEST DIET FOR STUDENTS by Jaideep Sir

  2. The China Study

  3. Are Diet Breaks Back?! New Study Breakdown

  4. Study: Diet, Exercise Counseling Lowers Medical Costs

  5. Study links diet soda to heart condition

  6. On a Healthy Diet (Beginner A2)


  1. Optimal Diet Strategies for Weight Loss and Weight Loss Maintenance

    Ketogenic diet. Consumption of carbohydrates as < 10% of daily calories or < 50 mg/day 41. May decrease appetite, but long-term safety is unknown. High-protein diet. Increase protein intake to 30% of total daily calories or 1-1.2 g/kg of ideal body weight 43. Useful in maintaining weight loss and increasing satiety 47.

  2. Dietary Approaches and Health Outcomes: An Evidence ...

    Research Question: The objective of this scoping review is to identify and characterize studies examining diet or fasting interventions among adults who are healthy or who may have chronic disease. Key Findings: A total of 92 systematic reviews examining 12 different diet categories met our inclusion criteria. The most commonly researched approaches were macronutrient restriction or ...

  3. Dietetic and Nutrition Case Studies

    Case studies 1 Veganism, 25 2 Older person - ethical dilemma, 28 3 Older person, 31 4 Learning disabilities: Prader-Willi syndrome, 34 5 Freelance practice, 39 6 Public health - weight management, 41 7 Public health - learning disabilities, 48 8 Public health - calorie labelling on menus, 52 9 Genetics and hyperlipidaemia, 55 10 ...

  4. Perspectives of Dietary Assessment in Human Health and Disease

    Diet and human health have a complex set of relationships, so it is crucial to identify the cause-effects paths and their management. ... surveillance programs (systematic collections), epidemiological studies (cohort study, case-control study, cross-sectional surveys), intervention studies, clinical trials, and individual treatments including ...

  5. Healthy food choices are happy food choices: Evidence from a ...

    Research suggests that "healthy" food choices such as eating fruits and vegetables have not only physical but also mental health benefits and might be a long-term investment in future well-being.

  6. Healthy diet: Health impact, prevalence, correlates, and interventions

    A meta-analysis of 89 studies on weight-related diseases revealed that diabetes was at the top of the risk list. Compared with people in the normal weight range (BMI < 25), men with BMIs >30 had a 7-fold higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and women with BMIs >30 had a 12-fold higher risk. (Guh et al., 2009 ).

  7. NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study

    The NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study was developed at the National Cancer Institute to improve our understanding of the relationship between diet and health. It remains the largest prospective in-depth study of diet and health ever conducted. The study was made possible by a collaboration with AARP (formerly the American Association of Retired ...

  8. "I tried so many diets, now I want to do it differently"—A single case

    Keywords: Health coaching, life style change, meaning making, case study, overweight, obesity, diet, physical activity, weight loss By now, we all know that overweight, defined by a body mass index (BMI—the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in meters) above 25, and especially obesity, defined by a BMI of 30 or more, is a ...

  9. Case Study: The Prevention of Diabetes Through Diet and Intense

    The treatments included a high-energy diet, a high-energy diet plus exercise, and a low-energy diet, with protein kinase C-δ activity being measured. Conclusions from that study demonstrated for the first time that exercise training effectively prevented the progression of type 2 diabetes in Psammomys obesus. The study suggested that a ...

  10. Effects of Diet—Exercise Interaction on Human Health across a Lifespan

    Further studies considering both dietary patterns and physical activity as lifestyle patterns are of interest, as a combination of them could probably increase benefits for health. In any case, it is essential to know how these main modifiable factors interact so that they can be considered in the field of nutrition or exercise, and exercise ...

  11. Medical Nutrition Therapy: A Case Based Approach

    This updated 6th Edition of Medical Nutrition Therapy: A Case-study Approach is composed of 29 realistic case studies appropriate for introductory and advanced level courses in nutrition and medical nutrition therapy. Each case study uses the medical record as its structure and is designed to resemble an electronic medical record.—Publisher.

  12. Rise and demise: a case study of public health nutrition in Queensland

    This case study describes the delivery and achievements of the public health nutrition programme in Queensland, Australia, over more than three de. ... 1992); release of key publications defining the extent of the nutrition and diet-related health problems affecting Australia (Crowley, 1992; Lester, 1994); ...

  13. The affordability of a healthy and sustainable diet: an Australian case

    Background/aims: EAT-Lancet Commission's Planetary Health Diet proposed a diet that integrates nutrition and sustainability considerations, however its affordability is unknown in many country-specific contexts, including Australia. The aim of this study is to develop a healthy and sustainable food basket modelled on the Planetary Health Diet to determine the affordability of the Planetary ...

  14. The Science Behind the DASH Eating Plan

    The results of these studies and others show that the DASH diet lowers blood pressure, improves the lipid panel, helps people lose weight, and reduces the risk of Type 2 diabetes and heart disease. The results have also shaped the NHLBI's DASH eating plan recommendation, which includes following a DASH diet with reduced sodium intake for the ...

  15. Is the MIND diet useful for polycystic ovary syndrome? A case-control study

    This is the first case-control study that investigated the association between adherence to the MIND diet and odds of PCOS. Moreover, enrollment of newly diagnosed subjects declined the recall bias. However, it should be noted that this study had some limitations due to the case-control design, and no causal associations can be identified.

  16. Dietetic and Nutrition Case Studies

    Judy Lawrence is a Research Officer, BDA & Visiting Researcher at King's College London, England. Joan Gandy is a Freelance Dietitian & Visiting Researcher, Nutrition & Dietetics, University of Hertfordshire, Englan.. Pauline Douglas is Senior Lecturer & Clinical Dietetic Facilitator, Northern Ireland Centre for Food and Health (NICHE), Ulster University, Northern Ireland.

  17. Frontiers

    Our case study demonstrates how public health researchers and practitioners must consider the complexities of policy implementation processes to ensure effective implementation of nutrition policies intended to improve population health. ... GBD 2017 Diet Collaborators. Health effects of dietary risks in 195 countries, 1990-2017: a systematic ...

  18. Towards healthy and sustainable food consumption: an Australian case study

    Objective: To articulate a healthy and sustainable (H&S) diet; outline key health and environmental sustainability principles that can be applied in the selection of foods for inclusion in such a diet; and describe a methodology with which to assess the availability and affordability of a H&S food basket. Design: We synthesized publically available evidence on the environmental impact of ...

  19. The Healthy Eater's Idea and Related Behavior of a Healthy Diet—A Case

    Consumers' demand for 'healthy' food is growing at a fast pace. Beverages are one of the fastest-growing segments in the healthy food market. Kombucha is a product with a rapid market growth and is considered a 'healthy beverage'. Kombucha drinkers (n = 296) in the contiguous United States (U.S.) were targeted to investigate differences in the various consumer segments regarding the ...

  20. Diet and psychological health: a case study

    This case study investigated the experiences of an individual in recovery from substance abuse who reported improvements in psychological symptoms following dietary changes. The underlying premise explored was that dietary or nutritional components can have a significant effect on psychological health and should therefore be used with other ...

  21. Benchmarking the university campus food environment ...

    Objective To benchmark the university food environment and explore students' experiences with food insecurity and healthy eating in order to inform interventions to improve access and affordability of healthy foods for university students. Design A food environment audit was conducted on the university campus using the Uni-Food tool from April to May 2022 and was comprised of three main ...

  22. Ultra-processed foods: Some you should avoid to improve overall health

    The 30-year study tracked the health of more than 74,000 female nurses and 39,000 male health professionals. ... Studies have shown that a diet rich in ultra-processed foods may drive ...

  23. Frequency of eating home cooked meals and potential benefits for diet

    Further research is therefore crucial, to investigate on a large scale the potential associations between consumption of home cooked meals and diet and health outcomes. In this study we aimed to assess whether the consumption frequency of home cooked meals was cross-sectionally associated with indicators of diet and cardio-metabolic status.

  24. The case for a ketogenic diet in the management of kidney disease

    Ketogenic diets have been widely used for weight loss and are increasingly used in the management of type 2 diabetes. Despite evidence that ketones have multiple positive effects on kidney function, common misconceptions about ketogenic diets, such as high protein content and acid load, have prevented their widespread use in individuals with impaired kidney function. Clinical trial evidence ...

  25. 20.5: Diet and Health

    This study is the first to compare these two diets. The subjects, 605 605 survivors of a heart attack, were randomly assigned follow either. a Mediterranean-type diet consisting of more bread and cereals, more fresh fruit and vegetables, more grains, more fish, fewer delicatessen foods, less meat. An experimental canola-oil-based margarine was ...

  26. Case Studies

    The third case study is a French perspective. Primary healthcare facilities are often close to the communities they serve and levels of trust in practitioners have been demonstrated to be high. Another characteristic found in the Med diet, and as noted by strong US supporters of the Med diet, wine consumed during the meal is the major alcoholic ...

  27. A healthy lifestyle can mitigate genetic risk for early death by 62%

    For a healthier, longer life, many studies have shown support for the Mediterranean diet, a style of eating that focuses on plant-based cooking heavy on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans ...

  28. University of Hawaii Cancer Center

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  29. Alzheimer's: Mouse study shows how a high-fat diet may heighten risk

    A new study, in mice, has now uncovered a molecular mechanism that could explain why a high-fat diet increases the risk of Alzheimer's. The research is published in the journal Nutrients .

  30. Nutrients

    Adequate vitamin D (VD) intake during pregnancy is needed for fetal development and maternal health maintenance. However, while there is no doubt regarding its importance, there is not a unified recommendation regarding adequate intake. The main aim of our study was to measure the VD serum level of studied women, together with its potential influencing factors: demographic (i.e., age, level of ...