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Association of Sugary Beverage Consumption With Mortality Risk in US Adults: A Secondary Analysis of Data From the REGARDS Study | Cardiology | JAMA Network Open | JAMA Network

This cohort study and secondary analysis of the Reasons for Geographic and Racial Differences in Stroke (REGARDS) study assesses the association of sugary beverage consumption with mortality among US adults.

Sorgente: Association of Sugary Beverage Consumption With Mortality Risk in US Adults: A Secondary Analysis of Data From the REGARDS Study | Cardiology | JAMA Network Open | JAMA Network

 
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Pubblicato da su 25 maggio 2019 in Nutrizione, obesita

 

TOFFA: Una dieta che allunga la vita – Le Iene Video | Mediaset Play

La nostra iene ha incontrato un ricercatore italiano che ha messo a punto una dieta, quasi miracolosa.

Sorgente: TOFFA: Una dieta che allunga la vita – Le Iene Video | Mediaset Play

 
 

Diete, che peso! – RSI Radiotelevisione svizzera

Sorgente: Diete, che peso! – RSI Radiotelevisione svizzera

 

La magrezza è nei geni | Nutri e Previeni

La magrezza si può aiutare, ma non si decide: a stabilirla sono i geni. Secondo una ricerca condotta dall’Università di Cambridge e pubblicata su Plos Geneti

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Pubblicato da su 18 febbraio 2019 in Nutrizione, obesita

 

High consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages linked with increased risk for CKD

Higher consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages among African-Americans in a community-based cohort correlated with an increased risk for subsequent chronic kidney disease, according to recently published data. Researchers performed a prospective analysis of the Jackson Heart Study and assessed the beverage intake with a food frequency questionnaire that was administered at baseline to 3,003

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Pubblicato da su 31 dicembre 2018 in Nutrizione, obesita

 

Under the cover of groceries: beating sugar taxes | The BMJ

A cynical strategy in the US to prevent local sugar taxes has had mixed results Sugar sweetened beverages provide empty calories that succeed in two ways: they make great profits for their manufacturers, and they fatten adults and children who drink them. Dozens of countries around the world and a few US cities have instituted taxes on sales of such drinks to discourage consumption and to raise funds for government health initiatives. Research is starting to accumulate showing that these excise taxes (often the equivalent of a penny or two per ounce at the wholesale level) reduce sales of sugary drinks and increase sales of those without sugar, such as bottled water.12 When I last wrote about this, in 2010,3 …

Sorgente: Under the cover of groceries: beating sugar taxes | The BMJ

 

Behavioral Interventions for Weight Loss | Guidelines | JAMA | JAMA Network

This JAMA Patient Page describes the US Preventive Services Task Force’s recent recommendations on behavioral interventions for weight loss to prevent obesity-related problems in adults.

Sorgente: Behavioral Interventions for Weight Loss | Guidelines | JAMA | JAMA Network

 

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