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Cardiometabolic Effects of a Vegan Diet

Recently published in JAMA Network Open were the results of a randomized clinical trial comparing the effects of a vegan or an omnivorous diet on LDL cholesterol (LDL-C) ... Learn more

Vitamin B6 & H. pylori

Results of a randomized and controlled trial that enrolled 280 patients and tested the effect of adding vitamin B6 to a standard drug regimen for the treatment of H. pylo... Learn more

Berberine’s Effect on the Glycemic Profile

Results of a randomized clinical trial were recently published in the European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences, detailing the effect of berberine (as Berb... Learn more

Keto Diet for Lipidemia

A paper published recently in Current Obesity Reports presents evidence for the efficacy of ketogenic diets for lipedema. Lipedema is notoriously difficult to treat, as t... Learn more

Is There an Optimal Number of Steps Per Day?

A recently published meta-analysis has tried to quantify the dose-response relationship between the number of steps taken per day and both all-cause mortality and inciden... Learn more

Microbiome & COVID-19

In Genome Medicine, Harvard researchers recently published their analysis of metagenomic profiling of the gastrointestinal microbiome of patients hospitalized with COVID-... Learn more

Keto for McArdle

A recent study published in Clinical Nutrition adds additional evidence to what we covered in a past blog article: ketogenic diets may be beneficial for people living wit... Learn more

Modifiable Risk Factors & CVD

A paper published recently in The New England Journal of Medicine noted the not-exactly surprising finding that over fifty percent of incident cardiovascular disease and ... Learn more

Waist-to-Hip Ratio vs BMI

Numerous studies indicate that, compared to body mass index (BMI) or total body fat, waist-to-hip and waist-to-height ratios show stronger associations with risk for card... Learn more

Processed Foods & Risk for Depression

Analysis of a cohort study evaluating the association between the consumption of ultra-processed food (UPF) and depression was recently published in JAMA Network Open. UP... Learn more

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