Nutrition - Chemicals Often Found In Consumer Products Could Lead To Obesity And Fatty Liver Diseases
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 'Metabolic Signature' Can Determine Adherence To Mediterranean Diet, Help Predict CVD Risk'Metabolic Signature' Can Determine Adherence To Mediterranean Diet, Help Predict CVD Risk
 
"Metabolic signature" can evaluate an individual's response to the Mediterranean diet and help predict future risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD).
 
   Chemicals Often Found In Consumer Products Could Lead To Obesity And Fatty Liver DiseasesChemicals Often Found In Consumer Products Could Lead To Obesity And Fatty Liver Diseases
 
Chemical compounds found in many consumer products could be major contributors to the onset of lipid-related diseases, such as obesity according to a study.
 
   Do Warning Labels Help People Choose Healthier Drinks?Do Warning Labels Help People Choose Healthier Drinks?
 
Warning labels on sugary drinks lead to healthier drink choices, according to a new analysis of more than 20 studies examining these warnings.
 
 Plant-based diet can help promote healthful aging and mitigate disease
 
Plant-based diet can help promote healthful aging and mitigate diseaseAdopting a plant-based diet can help promote healthful aging and mitigate the global burden of disease, according to an editorial published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition.
 
 
 New dietary approach to fight obesity
 
New dietary approach to fight obesityResearch has offered insight into the roles played by a pair of essential amino acids in metabolic health. This insight may help researchers to combat obesity.
 
 
 Drinking fruit juice in early years associated with healthier dietary patterns later
 
Drinking fruit juice in early years associated with healthier dietary patterns laterA new study from Boston University published on-line at BMC Nutrition by Lynn L. Moore and colleagues, found that drinking 100% fruit juice early in life was associated with healthier dietary patterns in later childhood without adversely impacting weight gain.