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Almonds Reduce Risk Of Heart Disease

June 30, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A daily serving of almonds in the diet boosts the level of antioxidants and reduces the risk of heart disease, according to British scientists. The study tested the impact of an almond-rich diet on both healthy middle-aged and young men, and on younger men who were both overweight and hypertensive. Researchers found that at the end of the study those who had eaten an almond-enriched diet – 50 grams a day – had higher levels of alpha-tocopherol in their bloodstream, improved blood flow and lower blood pressure, potentially reducing their risk of heart disease.
K. Choudhury et al., "An almond-enriched diet increases plasma α-tocopherol and improves vascular function but does not affect oxidative stress markers or lipid levels. ", Free Radical Research, June 30, 2014, © Informa Plc
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To Get Kids To Eat Veggies, Start Young, Feed Often

June 30, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A British clinical study involving 332 kids between four months and three years of age found that the children were more likely to eat vegetables if introduced to them before 24 months. Children that young are more receptive to new eating experiences. After that, they tend to get pickier and more wary of novel foods, especially green ones. For the study, children from the U.K., France and Denmark were fed between five and ten servings (100 grams) of artichoke puree, served straight, sweetened with sugar, or mixed with vegetable oil for added energy. Twenty percent of the kids cleaned their plates, and 40 percent learned to like artichokes. About 16 percent of the children were termed “non-eaters” because they ate less than 10 g even when it was offered for a fifth time.
"Offer vegetables early and often to fussy toddlers, study says", BBC News Health, June 30, 2014, © BBC
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Link Between Vitamin D Deficiency And High Blood Pressure Found

June 25, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Australian scientists using “Mendelian randomization” techniques to analyze data from 146,500 people of European ancestry have found that vitamin D deficiency seems to actually actually cause high blood pressure. The finding adds weight to the hypothesis that many cases of hypertension can be alleviated simply through vitamin D supplementation. The researchers said randomized controlled clinical trials are needed to confirm the causality link and the potential clinical benefits of vitamin D supplementation. So far, results of clinical trials have been inconclusive.
Karani S Vimaleswaran et al., "Association of vitamin D status with arterial blood pressure and hypertension risk: a Mendelian randomization study. ", The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, June 25, 2014, © Vimaleswaran et al.
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“Energy Balance”: The New Mantra For Dealing With Obesity?

June 25, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Scientists in the U.S. are now touting the idea that diet plus exercise – or “energy balance” – is the proper way to deal with the obesity problem, and should be encouraged by public health policies. In a recent scientific paper, nutrition and exercise professionals – who currently work “in silos” but need to work together – were encouraged to bone up on the principles of energy balance so that their coaching and teaching include all sides of the energy balance message. The paper provided a list of recommendations for tackling the obesity problem at the school and government levels, incorporating the principles of energy balance in curricula and public policies.
Melinda M. Manore et al., "Energy Balance at a Crossroads. ", Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, June 25, 2014, © American College of Sports Medicine
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Losing Weight Improves Sleep, Mood Patterns

June 24, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A two-year U.S. clinical study involving 400 men and women confirms that being overweight or obese contributes to poor sleep, and losing weight reverses the situation. The study showed that when obese adults lose even a small percentage of their body weight they show significant improvement in their sleep. People who shed five percent of their pounds by month six of the study reported that they gained an average of 21.6 minutes of sleep a night, compared with only 1.2 minutes for those who lost less than five percent. Those who lost more than five percent of initial weight reported even greater improvements in sleep quality and mood, i.e., symptoms of depression.
Nasreen Alfaris et al., "Sleep, mood improves after substantial weight loss", News release, study presented at the joint meeting of the International Society of Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society, June 24, 2014, © Alfaris et al.
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Weight Loss Myths And Presumptions Contribute To Failed Anti-Obesity Policies

June 23, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
One reason it’s hard for many people to lose weight – and why public policies tackling obesity are not working – is the prevalence of weight loss myths and unproven presumptions about the weight loss process. Among the nine myths described by U.S. scientists: losing weight quickly, as opposed to more slowly,  predisposes people to greater weight regain; realistic weight loss goals are important to prevent people from getting frustrated and losing less weight. Among the 10 unproven presumptions: eating breakfast every day protects a person from getting fat; eating at bedtime contributes to weight gain. The authors said belief in these myths and presumptions leads to poor policy decisions, inaccurate public health recommendations and wasted resources.
Krista Casazza et al., "Weighing the Evidence of Common Beliefs in Obesity Research. ", Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, June 23, 2014, © Informa UK
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Whole Grain Foods, Refined Grain Foods – Kids Will Eat Either Without A Problem

June 23, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A new U.S. study finds that, despite parents’ beliefs, kids will eat whole grain foods if they are offered. For the General Mills-funded study, 83 middle school students ate either whole- or refined-grain foods for six weeks in 2010. Foods given to the kids included pasta, rice, bread and other foods to eat at home. They were given whole- and refined-grain snack foods to eat at school. Though the kids liked the whole grain snacks served at school the best, they were generally indifferent to whether the other foods they ate were made from whole grains or refined grains. Starting this fall, federal dietary guidelines require schools to offer only whole-grain rich products.
Allyson Radford et al., "Whole-Grain Intake in Middle School Students Achieves Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPlate Recommendations when Provided as Commercially Available Foods: A Randomized Trial. ", Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, June 23, 2014, © Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
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Drugs, Surgery Work Better For Some People Determined To Lose Weight

June 23, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Research presented at a recent scientific meeting shows that diet and exercise simply don’t work for all people who want to lose weight. In fact, obese and overweight Americans were most satisfied with weight loss surgery (gastric bypass or laparoscopic gastric banding) and prescription weight loss medications when it came to shedding pounds. The U.S. study analyzed data from more than 39,000 respondents to a national health survey from 2012. Thirty-nine percent of obese respondents in the surgery/medication group said they were extremely or very satisfied with their weight loss method, compared to only 20.2 percent of those that used “self-modification”. One disturbing fact: 58 percent of obese respondents were not doing anything at all to lose weight. 
Z. Jason Wang et al., "Among weight loss methods, surgery and drugs achieve highest patient satisfaction", News release, study presented at the joint meeting of the International Society of Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society, June 23, 2014, © Wang et al.
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Soy Protein Supplements Are Safe For Diabetic Males

June 23, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Scientists in the U.K. may have settled the question of whether soy protein supplements, which contain hormones chemically similar to female estrogens, reduce male hormone levels. The question is important because studies have shown that men with type 2 diabetes and heart problems benefit from soy protein supplements. The new research, however, found that soy protein and phytoestrogen supplementation is safe for diabetic men with low testosterone levels to take to improve diabetes control and reduce risk factors for heart disease.
Thozhukat Sathyapalan et al., "Soy supplements appear to be safe, beneficial in diabetic men", News release, study presented at a meeting of the International Society of Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society, June 23, 2014, © Sathyapalan et al.
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Polyphenol-Rich Cocoa Extract May Help Prevent Onset Of Alzheimer’s

June 23, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A U.S. study in genetically altered mice finds that a preparation of cocoa extract prevents the protein  β-amyloid (Aβ) from forming the sticky clumps in the brain that damage nerve cells in Alzheimer’s patients. The mice, which were genetically altered to mimic Alzheimer’s disease, were fed lavado cocoa, which is rich in polyphenols and antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables. The researchers said that their findings suggest that adequate quantities of specific cocoa polyphenols in the human diet over time may prevent the clustering of Aβ into oligomers that damage the brain, thus possibly preventing the onset of Alzheimer's.
Wang J et al., "Cocoa Extracts Reduce Oligomerization of Amyloid-β: Implications for Cognitive Improvement in Alzheimer's Disease. ", J Alzheimers Dis, June 23, 2014, © IOS Press
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Mediterranean Diet Puts Children At Less Risk Of Obesity

June 19, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Children in eight European countries who ate more vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts and fish – the basic components of the Mediterranean diet – tended to be less overweight or obese than their counterparts who ate a more Western style diet. Parents of the children completed questionnaires and were interviewed by Swedish researchers to determine dietary habits, especially regarding 43 foods. Children were scored by level of intake of foods typical of the Mediterranean diet, as well as for low intakes of foods such as dairy and meats. Children with high adherence to the Mediterranean diet were 10-15 percent less likely to experience major increases in BMI, waist circumference and body fat.
Gianluca Tognon et al., "Children consuming a Mediterranean diet are 15% less likely to be overweight, study finds", News release, study presented at the European Congress on Obesity, June 19, 2014, © Tognon et al.
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Physicians Group Says Diet Supplements Can Be Harmful To The Liver

June 17, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
New guidelines on diagnosis of drug-induced liver injury warn of the impact of herbal and dietary supplements. Most of the products on the market are not well-regulated, the American College of Gastroenterology said, sometimes containing traces of heavy metals and prescription drugs. Drug-induced liver injury has been on the rise over the last decade along with the explosive growth in the use of supplements. The authors of the guidelines cited the example of catechins, a generally safe polyphenol found in green tea, an average cup of which contains 50-150 mg. But some green tea extract pills sold to help with weight loss contain more than 700 mg – particularly dangerous when taken several times a day.
Naga P Chalasani et al., "ACG Clinical Guideline: The Diagnosis and Management of Idiosyncratic Drug-Induced Liver Injury. ", The American Journal of Gastroenterology, June 17, 2014, © The American College of Gastroenterology
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A Whole Grain Revolution In The Making On The West Coast

June 16, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
The West Coast is home to a growing phenomenon in the bread industry: local grain economies whose goal is to scale up production of whole grain products in a way that is profitable for farmers and competitively priced for consumers – “a true alternative to an industrial economy”. The whole grains movement is based on locally grown grain varieties that result in flour very different from what’s available commercially today. The grains are milled without ever separating the germ, the embryo of a grain kernel, and the bran, the protective outer layer. Baked goods – from cookies to bread – not only taste better than the so-called whole grain products available in supermarkets today, they may also be healthier. Advocates and scientists say people who are gluten sensitive – but not celiac sufferers – report they can enjoy breads made from whole grains without the adverse effects.
Sophie Egan, "A Long Way From Wonder Bread", NewYorkTimes.com , June 16, 2014, © The New York Times Company
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Gluten-Free Diet Also Benefits The Brains Of Celiac Patients – Study

June 16, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Celiac disease patients –  who have a severe allergic reaction to the protein gluten found in wheat, barley and rye – benefit both physically and mentally from a gluten-free diet, an Australian study reports. Participants who avoided gluten not only experienced intestinal healing, they experienced improvements in cognition. Celiac patients often report a condition called “brain fog” in addition to the severe intestinal discomfort from eating gluten. “Cognitive performance improves with adherence to the gluten-free diet in parallel to mucosal healing,” the authors concluded.
I. T. Lichtwark et al., "Cognitive impairment in coeliac disease improves on a gluten-free diet and correlates with histological and serological indices of disease severity. ", Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, June 16, 2014, © John Wiley & Sons Ltd
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Bread Made With Canola Oil Reduces Blood Sugar, Bad Cholesterol

June 14, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A study of 141 type 2 diabetics by Canadian researchers has found that eating a low-glycemic diet, including bread made with canola oil, led to a significant reduction in blood glucose levels and in LDL or “bad”, cholesterol. The canola bread diet was compared to a similar diet with whole wheat bread. The results translate into a seven percent reduction in cardiovascular events, or the equivalent of an additional 20 mg dose of the cholesterol-reducing drugs known as statins. Interesting finding: patients on the whole wheat diet seemed to have better blood flow after 12 weeks than those on the canola bread diet. Whole wheat foods have consistently been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
David J.A. Jenkins et al., "Effect of Lowering the Glycemic Load With Canola Oil on Glycemic Control and Cardiovascular Risk Factors: A Randomized Controlled Trial. ", Diabetes Care, June 14, 2014, © American Diabetes Association
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A Healthy Diet Alone Can Significantly Cut The Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes

June 14, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Improving your diet – eating more whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and less sugar and saturated fat – reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a U.S. study. The researchers stressed that diet is associated with diabetes independent of weight loss and physical activity, though lifestyle improvements do reduce diabetes risk even further. Eating a healthy diet reduced the risk for type 2 diabetes by about 20 percent, compared to those who made no changes to their diets. Dietary quality was measured using the 110-point Alternate Healthy Eating Index 2010.
Sylvia Ley et al., "Improving Diet Quality Reduces Risk for Type 2 Diabetes", News release, study presented at the American Diabetes Association's scientific sessions, June 14, 2014, © American Diabetes Association
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Study Associates Intake Of Processed Red Meat With Heart Problems

June 12, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A study that analyzed health data from more than 37,000 adult men of all ages showed that eating processed red meat – smoked, cured, salted, and laced with preservatives or other chemicals – increases the risk of heart failure. Participants in the Swedish study completed questionnaires on food intake and other lifestyle factors from1998 to the date of heart failure diagnosis, death or the end of the study in 2010. Men who ate the most processed red meat (75 grams a day or more) had a 28 percent higher risk of heart failure and a 2-fold increased risk of heart failure death. The risk of heart failure or death among those who ate unprocessed red meat did not increase, however.
Joanna Kaluza et al., "Processed and Unprocessed Red Meat Consumption and Risk of Heart Failure: A Prospective Study of Men. ", Circulation: Heart Failure, June 12, 2014, © American Heart Association, Inc.
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Gluten-Specific Enzyme: Answer To A Prayer From Celiac Sufferers?

June 12, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A new Finnish study suggests for the first time that there may be a non-dietary therapy for celiac disease sufferers.  Half of the participants in the study were given a dose of the gluten-specific enzyme ALV003 each time a small amount of gluten – a protein found in wheat, barley and rye – was eaten. It is very difficult for celiac sufferers to completely avoid gluten because of cross-contamination in food processing. The enzyme decreased gluten-induced intestinal injury without adverse side effects. The control group experienced gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea and abdominal pain. The researchers have launched a 500-patient clinical trial to further test the benefits of ALV003.
Marja-Leena Lähdeaho et al., "Glutenase ALV003 Attenuates Gluten-Induced Mucosal Injury in Patients With Celiac Disease. ", Gastroenterology, June 12, 2014, © AGA Institute
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Increased Protein Intake – But Not From Red Meat – Linked To Lower Stroke Risk

June 11, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A Chinese study that analyzed data from previous research finds that a diet moderately high in protein – a minimum of 20 grams a day, especially from fish – tends to protect people from stroke. The researchers looked at seven studies with more than 254,000 participants who were followed for an average of 14 years. Those with the highest amount of protein in their diet were 20 percent less likely to experience a stroke than those with the lowest amount. For every additional 20 grams of protein, the risk dropped 26 percent. The researchers said the findings do not support an increased intake of red meat, however. "Stroke risk may be reduced by replacing red meat with other protein sources, such as fish," the authors said.
Zhizhong Zhang et al., "Quantitative analysis of dietary protein intake and stroke risk. ", Neurology, June 11, 2014, © American Academy of Neurology
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Good News For Wonder Bread Fans: White Bread Boosts Healthful Gut Bacteria

June 11, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Researchers in Spain have discovered something that may help restore the tarnished reputation of traditional white bread, long a staple of American households. Thirty-eight healthy adults were questioned about their diets. In addition, stool samples were analyzed to determine the bacteria present in their intestines  A surprising finding was that white bread boosted the levels of Lactobacillus, a group of beneficial bacteria. The analysis also showed that the citrus-derived compound pectin actually reduces levels of some helpful bacteria, contrary to findings of previous research on pectin alone. That revelation led to perhaps the most useful insight derived from the research: the impact of foods on our microbiomes should be analyzed in combinations, rather than discretely.
Adriana Cuervo et al., "Pilot Study of Diet and Microbiota: Interactive Associations of Fibers and Polyphenols with Human Intestinal Bacteria. ", Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, June 11, 2014, © American Chemical Society
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Six Of Ten Households Have At Least One Person Following A Restricted Diet – Harris Poll

June 10, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A Nielsen study finds that six of ten American households have one person who is paying close attention to their diet and restricting their intake of at least one food. The poll, conducted by Harris, found that topping the list of restricted ingredients was sugar (36 percent) and sodium/salt (36 percent), followed by carbohydrates (22 percent), dairy, meat, and gluten. A Nielsen spokesman said that a restriction of an allergen or other risky food for one person in a household “can turn into a household ban”. And that presents both a challenge and an opportunity for food retailers and manufacturers.  The poll also found that 87 percent of Americans are trying to eat a healthful diet.
"Majority of American households have someone monitoring or restricting a part of their daily diet", News release, Nielsen, June 10, 2014, © Nielsen
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Food Industry Researcher Lists Top Trends In Natural, Organic Eats

June 10, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A food industry research organization has come up with a list of top trends in organic and natural foods. Heading the list is lentils, a food that has grown in popularity as people search for plant-based proteins. Lentils are now found in pasta and waffles, to cite two examples. Other trends identified by Sterling-Rice Group include: prebiotics, “co-biotics” and probiotics; beets (in juices, fruit leathers and yogurt); whole grains in beverages; grass-fed beef, chickens and pigs; “beeless” honey made from fruits; savory sauces and dressings; African superfoods such as nutrient-dense baobab fruit snacks to moringa leaf snack bars and bissap tea.
"Top Ten Natural & Organic Food Trends That Will Either Make You Go Yum or Make You Go Hmmm", News release, Sterling-Rice Group, June 10, 2014, © Sterling-Rice Group
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Grain Legumes Are Highly Nutritious, Sustainable, But Unfortunately Not Widely Cultivated

June 9, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Grain legumes, also known as pulses, are packed with essential micronutrients, and are highly sustainable because they do not require nitrogen fertilization. But unfortunately they are not cultivated on the same scale as cereals in most countries, a joint U.S.-Canadian study reports.  The researchers noted that a 3.5 ounce serving of any of field peas, lentils, chickpeas, and common bean provides a significant amount of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of iron, zinc, selenium, magnesium, manganese, copper, and nickel. The only key micronutrient that the crops lacked is calcium. The researchers recommended that agriculturists and dieticians around the world should encourage Increased production and consumption of grain legume crops, because of their nutrition profile and sustainability.
Heather Ray et al., "Mineral Micronutrient Content of Cultivars of Field Pea, Chickpea, Common Bean, and Lentil Grown in Saskatchewan, Canada. ", Crop Science, June 09, 2014, © Crop Science Society of America, Inc.
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Lycopene Shown To Improve Function Of Blood Vessel Lining, Reducing Cardiovascular Risk

June 9, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A British clinical study that focused on the health effects of the powerful antioxidant lycopene, found in tomatoes and available in supplement form, discovered significant cardiovascular benefits. Thirty-six cardiovascular disease patients and thirty-six healthy volunteers were given either an off-the-shelf supplement containing 7 mg of lycopene or a placebo. Lycopene improved and normalized endothelial (blood vessel lining) function in the patients, but not in healthy volunteers. Lycopene improved the widening of the blood vessels by 53 percent compared to baseline. However, the supplement had no effect on blood pressure, arterial stiffness or levels of lipids.
Parag R. Gajendragadkar et al., "Effects of Oral Lycopene Supplementation on Vascular Function in Patients with Cardiovascular Disease and Healthy Volunteers: A Randomised Controlled Trial. ", PLoS ONE, June 09, 2014, © Gajendragadkar et al.
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Calling Dietary Supplements Worthless Is “Irresponsible”, Scientists Argue

June 2, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Scientists at Oregon State University say the case against vitamin and mineral supplements is far from “closed” as some researchers declared recently. Last December scientists published three separate studies that said most vitamin and mineral diet supplements have “no clear benefit and may even be harmful” to well-nourished adults. The OSU researchers, however, said many types of dietary supplements fill nutritional gaps, improve general health, may help prevent chronic disease, are not harmful and are very cheap. They agreed that a balanced diet including fruits and vegetables offers the greatest health benefit, but the diet of many Americans is heavy on calories and light on nutrients. The OSU researchers and colleagues called it “irresponsible to ignore decades of nutrition research” on the benefits of dietary supplements.
Balz Frei et al., "Enough Is Enough. ", Annals of Internal Medicine, June 02, 2014, © American College of Physicians
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Countries Worldwide Have Failed To Come To Grips With The Obesity Epidemic

May 31, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Global obesity is on the rise, and countries are failing to effectively intervene in the problem, according to a U.S. analysis of trend data from 188 countries. In fact, not one country has reported success in combating obesity in the past 33 years. More than 2 billion people – or about 30 percent of the world’s population – are either obese or overweight. Study authors said the rise in global obesity rates over the last three decades is a major public health epidemic in both the developed and the developing world. The highest proportion of obese people (13 percent) live in the United States, while China and India together represent 15 percent of the obese population.
Ng M et al., "Global, regional, and national prevalence of overweight and obesity in children and adults during 1980–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013", The Lancet, May 31, 2014, © Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation/The Lancet
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Mix Up The Exercise Regimen For Optimum Health Benefits

May 30, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A U.S. study finds that more exercise is not really as good for you as more types of exercise. Performing a single type of workout – just running, just cycling, etc. – is less effective for fitness and weight loss than following a regimen of resistance exercises, interval sprints, pilates or yoga stretching, and endurance exercise. The study involved 36 females and 21 males aged 35 to 57 who were obese or overweight -- basically out of shape. For 16 weeks three randomly assigned groups ate the same amount of whey protein daily, but exercised differently: some were sedentary, some did resistance training, and some did multidimensional activities. The researchers found that multidimensional exercisers showed the greatest health improvements, including weight loss, abdominal fat loss and lower blood pressure.
P. J. Arciero et al., "Timed-daily Ingestion of Whey Protein and Exercise Training Reduces Visceral Adipose Tissue Mass and Improves Insulin Resistance: The PRISE Study. ", Journal of Applied Physiology, May 30, 2014, © Journal of Applied Physiology
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Adding High-Fiber Prunes To Diet Helps With Weight Loss

May 30, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Adding prunes to a weight loss diet program can help people shed pounds, a British clinical study has found. Scientists tested the impact of prunes for 12 weeks on 100 overweight and obese participants who generally ate a diet low in fiber. Participants either ate prunes every day (140 g for women and 171 g for men), and a control group only given advice on healthy snacking. Those who ate prunes as part of a healthy lifestyle diet lost 2 kg (4.4 lb) and shed 2.5 cm (0.98 in) off their waists, and the prunes were well-tolerated. The people in the control group lost only 1.5 kg (3.3 lb) and 1.7 cm (0.67 in) from their waists.
Joanne Harrold et al., "Dried Fruit (Prune) Consumption Does Not Undermine Active Weight Management Or Produce Adverse Gastrointestinal Effects", Study presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Sofia, Bulgaria (HTPO.017), May 30, 2014, © Harrold et al.
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Study Finds That Eating White Bread Increases Risk Of Weight Gain, Obesity

May 30, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
The controversy over the healthfulness of white bread continues. A new as-yet-unpublished Spanish study that tracked the dietary habits of 9,000 college graduates over five years find that those who ate only white bread, especially two or more portions a day, were 40 percent more likely to become overweight or obese than those who ate less. People who ate both white and whole grain breads, however, were not at risk for weight gain. The researchers found no significant connection between whole grain bread consumption and weight gain, probably “because of the types of carbohydrates, fiber content and other ingredients in whole grain bread”.
Robert Preidt, "Could White Bread Be Making You Fat?", Philly.com/HealthDay News, May 30, 2014, © Interstate General Media, LLC
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Natural Sweetener From “Miracle Berry” Needs Work Before It Supplants Sugar In Foods

May 29, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Though its use as a healthful sweetener in everyday cooking and baking is probably far off in the future, a naturally occurring taste-modifying protein known as “miraculin”, found in the berries of the Synsepalum dulcificum plant, is getting a lot of attention these days. The so-called “miracle fruit” from West Africa provides a “sweet fix” before eating a sugar-free dessert, for example. It is being tested at high-end restaurants around the world, where it turns sour flavors to sweet without the obesity-inducing effects of sugar. But before the full potential of the berry can be realized, some technical problems need to be resolved. Refrigerating and heating miraculin cause the protein to activate long before food can be sampled.
David Cox, "The 'Miracle' Berry That Could Replace Sugar", The Atlantic, May 29, 2014, © The Atlantic Monthly Group
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Decline In Preschooler Obesity Tied To Fewer Purchases Of Junk Food

May 28, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
One reason childhood obesity rates have stalled and started to drop in recent years is the fact that parents of preschoolers are buying less junk food and sugary drinks, according to a U.S. study. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that obesity rates among preschoolers (aged two to five) have slid from 12.1 percent to 8.4 percent. To find out why, the researchers analyzed food and beverage purchase data between 2000 and 2011 from 43,000 U.S. households with preschool-age children. They identified the top 20 foods and beverages purchased per capita, finding declines especially in milk, soft drinks, juices and juice drinks, and grain-based desserts, all of which include higher calorie solid fats and added sugars.
Christopher Ford et al., "Families with preschoolers buying fewer high calorie foods and beverages", News release, upcoming study in American Journal of Preventive Medicine, May 28, 2014, © Ford et al.
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Ultimate Health Food Mix For Busy Office Workers Leaves Something To Be Desired

May 28, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Blogger Farhad Manjoo recently spent a week taste-testing a new health drink touted by its creators as a scientific solution to a purported need for quick, nutritious meals made from a mix. Soylent, as it’s called, is meant to replace “staple meals” in the lives of people who have too little time to prepare healthful foods. The inventor of Soylent says it’s cheap ($3 a serving), easy to prepare, and more nutritious than the junk most office workers stuff themselves with. The problem, according to Manjoo, is that Soylent is “punishingly boring” and “joyless”. It tastes and looks bland: it is the same color as motel carpets. It may offer complete nourishment, but it does so “at the expense of the aesthetic and emotional pleasures many of us crave in food”.
Farhad Manjoo, "The Soylent Revolution Will Not Be Pleasurable", The New York Times, May 28, 2014, © The New York Times Company
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Red Wine Polyphenols Shown Highly Effective At Killing Harmful Oral Bacteria

May 28, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Swiss and Spanish researchers have determined that the polyphenols in red wine and grape seed extract are effective in getting rid of the bacteria that cause tooth decay and gum disease, common problems globally. For the study, the researchers grew cultures of bacteria responsible for dental diseases as a biofilm. The biofilms were immersed for a few minutes in red wine, red wine without alcohol, red wine spiked with grape seed extract, and water and 12 percent ethanol for comparison. They found that red wine with or without alcohol and wine with grape seed extract were the most effective at eliminating bacteria. The findings could lead to the development of natural products that prevent dental diseases with fewer side effects.
Irene Muñoz-González et al., "Red Wine and Oenological Extracts Display Antimicrobial Effects in an Oral Bacteria Biofilm Model. ", Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, May 28, 2014, © American Chemical Society
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Diet Soda Drinkers Lose More Weight Than Water Dieters – Study

May 27, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A 12-week clinical study subsidized by the U.S. beverage industry finds that drinking diet sodas helps people lose weight. The researchers, two of whom are paid consultants of the Coca-Cola Company, said that those who drank diet beverages during the study “lost more weight and reported feeling significantly less hungry” than participants who drank only water. The study among 303 people showed that people who drank diet sodas lost an average of 13 pounds – 44 percent more than the control group, which lost an average of nine pounds. Sixty-four percent of the diet soda group lost at least five percent of their body weight, compared with only 43 percent of the control group. Both diet soda and water groups saw reductions in waist circumference and blood pressure.
John C. Peters et al., "The effects of water and non-nutritive sweetened beverages on weight loss during a 12-week weight loss treatment program. ", Obesity, May 27, 2014, © The Obesity Society
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Granola Churns The Breakfast Market In Japan

May 23, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
The traditional Japanese breakfast is gradually disappearing, due mostly to the time constraints of the modern lifestyle. Lengthy preparation of miso soup, salmon filets, pickled vegetables, etc., is being replaced by breakfast cereals, especially granola, which Japanese adults do not associate with kids’ sugary ready-to-eat-cereals. Key evidence of the trend: shipment value of granola increased 55.3 percent from 2012 to $143 million in 2013. Sales of granola, introduced in Japan in the 1990s, stagnated for years until snack manufacturer Calbee changed the brand name to Calbee Frugra, marketing it with free sample giveaways. Exposure increased on social media, a cookbook was added, and positive health publicity boosted granola’s image. “As granola in Japan demonstrates, the opportunity to shake up the breakfast market is there,” according to Datamonitor.
"Can Japan's granola boom spark a breakfast revolution in Asia?", Report, Datamonitor, May 23, 2014, © Datamonitor
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Schools Ban Unhealthy Treats In Fight Against Obesity

May 23, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
The healthful eating movement in schools, energized by the advocacy of Michele Obama and the regulatory activities of the USDA, has its grassroots dimension as well. Nationwide, schools are banning high-calorie, low-nutrition foods -- e.g., birthday cupcakes -- from classrooms and fundraising events. A recent initiative in a Georgia elementary school is a prime example. The principal explained to parents a new policy banning food treats at the two designated classroom parties held each semester. The ban on food treats is to protect the “increasing number of students with food allergies”, but also to encourage more healthful eating. Georgia’s schoolchildren are among the fattest in the country: nearly 37 percent are too heavy, putting the state in 12th place.
Maureen Downey, "DeKalb school banishes birthday cupcakes. Have a pencil instead", Ajc.com, May 23, 2014, © The Atlanta Journal-Constitution/Cox Media Group
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Vegan Version Of Atkins Diet Helps Drop Pounds, Reduce Heart Disease Risk

May 22, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
The so-called “Eco-Atkins” diet – low carb and vegan – not only helps dieters shed pounds, it also helps lower cholesterol and reduce heart disease risk, according to a Canadian study. Twenty-three obese men and women completed the six-month diet, in which participants ate only 60 percent of daily weight-maintenance calories, but were allowed to select their own menus, either Eco-Atkins or high carb/low fat. Eco-Atkins participants consumed 26 percent of calories from carbs, 31 percent from proteins and 43 percent from fat, primarily from vegetable oils, avocado, nuts and soy products. Over six months, participants on the Eco-Atkins diet experienced a 10 percent drop in cholesterol and lost an average of four more pounds than the high-carbohydrate, low-fat diet.
David J A Jenkins et al., "Effect of a 6-month vegan low-carbohydrate (‘Eco-Atkins’) diet on cardiovascular risk factors and body weight in hyperlipidaemic adults: a randomised controlled trial. ", BMJ Open, May 22, 2014, © BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.
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Weight Loss At Any Age Reduces The Risk Of Heart Disease

May 20, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A British study has taken a long-term look at the impact of weight loss on cardiovascular risk factors, including carotid artery wall thickness and systolic blood pressure. Men and women (normal, overweight and obese) were followed from birth in 1946, and checked at ages 36, 43, 53 and 60-64. The researchers found that losing weight at any age can result in enduring cardiovascular health benefits. The findings support public health strategies and lifestyle modifications that will help overweight and obese people lose weight, no matter what their age. In fact, adults who drop a BMI category – from obese to overweight, or overweight to normal – at any age reduce the risk of cardiovascular problems.
Marietta Charakida et al., "Lifelong patterns of BMI and cardiovascular phenotype in individuals aged 60–64 years in the 1946 British birth cohort study: an epidemiological study. ", The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, May 20, 2014, © Elsevier Ltd
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Scientists Show How One Form Of Vitamin E Is Actually Bad For You

May 20, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Increased consumption of vitamin E-rich cooking oils – canola, soybean and corn – could be the culprit in the rising incidence of asthma, U.S. researchers report. Trouble is, it's the wrong kind of vitamin E. Depending on its chemical formula, vitamin E has significantly different effects on health. Gamma-tocopherol, found in corn, soy and canola oils, is linked with poor human lung function. But the alpha-tocopherol form found in olive and sunflower oils is linked to improved lung function. The study looked at lung function and vitamin E data gathered at intervals from 4,526 people over 20 years. A high level of gamma-tocoperol in the blood plasma was associated with a 10 to 17 percent reduction in lung function.
Marchese et al., "The vitamin E isoforms α-tocopherol and γ-tocopherol have opposite associations with spirometric parameters: the CARDIA study ", Respiratory Research, May 20, 2014, © Marchese et al.
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Study Shows How A Mediterranean Diet Reduces Blood Pressure

May 19, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
British scientists explain in a study in mice why the Mediterranean diet has been associated in earlier research with reductions in hypertension. The diet is rich in unsaturated fats from olive oil, nuts and avocados, and in nitrates and nitrites from spinach, celery and carrots. Combining unsaturated fatty acids and nitrogen compounds creates nitro fatty acids, which inhibit an enzyme known as epoxide hyrdrolase that in turn lowers blood pressure.
Rebecca L. Charles et al., "Protection from hypertension in mice by the Mediterranean diet is mediated by nitro fatty acid inhibition of soluble epoxide hydrolase. ", PNAS, May 19, 2014, © National Academy of Sciences
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New Peanut Flour May Be Better Suited To Desensitizing People To Peanuts

May 16, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Researchers at North Carolina State University have created a modified peanut flour that could be used to safely desensitize people who are allergic to peanuts. The new flour contains allergens called epitopes, as well as natural edible fruit polyphenols, and could replace the peanut flour currently used to desensitize people to dangerous peanut allergies, because the flour is itself dangerous, producing severe side effects. Polyphenols in the newly developed flour alter the epitopes so that they do not trigger an allergic response in the patient. But they still cause enough of an immune system reaction to slowly desensitize the person to peanuts. The researchers said the flour could also be adapted to treat other kinds of food allergens.
Kristen Fischer, "New Type of Flour Could Help Desensitize Kids to Food Allergies", Healthline, May 16, 2014, © Healthline Networks, Inc
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Beneficial For Type 2 Diabetics: Wholegrain Rye Bread, Sourdough Wheat Bread

May 16, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Eating whole grain rye and sourdough-fermented wheat bread lowers blood sugar and insulin response after meals, effectively reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes, a Finnish doctoral thesis confirms. The researcher said natural fiber of the breads, with its indigestible carbs and bioactive compounds, impact glucose metabolism in healthy people and people with metabolic syndrome, a precursor of type 2 diabetes. Everything works synergetically in glucose metabolism, Jenni Lappi shows: intestinal microbes, short chain fatty acids produced by fermenting grain fiber, and metabolites of phenolic acids contained in grain fiber.
"Wholegrain bread reduces risk of diabetes: study", Xinhua News (China), May 16, 2014, © Xinhua, english.news.cn.
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Weight, Blood Sugar Are Better Controlled When Type 2 Diabetics Eat Fewer, Larger Meals

May 15, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Some nutritionists and healthcare professionals have urged type 2 diabetics to eat six small meals during the day to help control weight and blood sugar. But a new study by scientists in the Czech Republic finds that eating two large meals a day. Fifty-four men and women aged 30 to 70 being treated with oral diabetes drugs followed either of two restricted-calorie diet regimens (two large meals or six small meals a day) for 12 weeks, then switched regimens for 12 weeks. The researchers measured various biomarkers, including fasting blood sugar, found that type 2 diabetics on a calorie-restricted diet benefited from eating larger breakfasts and lunches rather than six smaller meals during the day.
Hana Kahleová et al. , "Eating two larger meals a day (breakfast and lunch) is more effective than six smaller meals in a reduced-energy regimen for patients with type 2 diabetes: a randomized crossover study. ", Diabetologia, May 15, 2014, © Springer
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Meta-Analysis Shows That Sugar Contributes To Risk Factors For Heart Disease

May 15, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
New Zealand researchers who analyzed nearly 50 years of clinical study data from around the world  found that sugars contribute to cardiovascular risk, no matter what a person’s weight is. Data from 49 studies were collected and pooled for analysis. The researchers acknowledged that the effects of sugars on blood pressure and lipids were “relatively modest”, but stressed that the findings support public health recommendations to reduce added sugar in diets. They suggested that the human body somehow handles sugar metabolism differently from other carbohydrates.
L. A. Te Morenga et al., "Dietary sugars and cardiometabolic risk: systematic review and meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials of the effects on blood pressure and lipids. ", American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, May 15, 2014, © American Society for Nutrition
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Food Industry Sees Benefits Of Including Prebiotic Fiber In New Products

May 13, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Consumers and food manufacturers are increasingly aware of the role of dietary fiber in weight maintenance and weight loss. Fiber’s value in a weight loss program is based on a simple fact: it provides appetite-reducing bulk without the calories. The spotlight now is on prebiotic fibers such as oligofructose-enriched inulin and oligofructose that can be used in foods to reduce calorie intake and help people manage blood sugar levels. One clinical study involving overweight and obese adults demonstrated that intake of food enriched with oligofructose at a level of 12 grams/day over three weeks significantly reduced caloric intake. With results like that in mind, it’s not surprising that food manufacturers are including oligofructose-enriched inulin and oligofructose in new product plans.
Helene Alexiou, "Prebiotic Fibers Offer New Opportunities for Weight Management", Nutraceuticals World, May 13, 2014, © Rodman Media
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Study Rules Out Resveratrol As Reason For Red Wine’s Heart-Protective Benefit

May 12, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A 15-year U.S. study of people in Italy whose diet includes regular intake of resveratrol found that the compound is not associated with an extended lifespan or reduced risk of cardiovascular disease or cancer. For many years now resveratrol has been touted as a sort of miracle nutrient because cultures that drink red wine, which contains significant amounts of resveratrol, seem to live longer and have less heart disease. The researchers, however, could find no evidence  that resveratrol was the reason. They acknowledged that drinking red wine, eating chocolate and berries is associated with reduced risk of heart problems. But some other ingredient, so far unknown, is probably providing the protective benefit.
Richard D. Semba et al., "Resveratrol Levels and All-Cause Mortality in Older Community-Dwelling Adults. ", JAMA Internal Medicine, May 12, 2014, © American Medical Association
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Study: No Connection Between Calcium Supplements And Cardiovascular Disease Risk

May 9, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Contrary to earlier published studies, there’s no connection between cardiovascular disease in women and calcium supplements taken to maintain bone health, according to a U.S. study. The researchers analyzed data collected from a cohort study involving more than 74,000 women who were followed for 24 years. During that time, there were 2,709 heart attacks and 1,856 strokes. Women who took more than 1,000 mg/day of calcium supplements compared with none, the risk for coronary heart disease and for stroke was about the same as for non-smokers, women without hypertension, and women who had regular physical exams. The researchers concluded that their findings “do not support the hypothesis that calcium supplement intake increases cardiovascular disease risk in women”.
J. M. Paik et al., "Calcium supplement intake and risk of cardiovascular disease in women. ", Osteoporosis International, May 09, 2014, © International Osteoporosis Foundation
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Eating Fruits, Vegetables Reduces Risk Of Stroke In Men And Women Of All Ages

May 8, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A meta-analysis of 20 studies conducted around the world over two decades demonstrates that the risk of stroke can be reduced significantly by eating fruits and vegetables every day. The clinical studies, which included more than 760,000 men and women who had 16,981 strokes, showed a 32 percent decrease in stroke risk for every 200 grams of fruit eaten, and an 11 percent reduced risk for every 200 grams of vegetables. The Chinese researchers said the beneficial effects of fruits and vegetables applied equally to men and women, to type of stroke (clot or bleeding), and to all ages (younger or older than 55).
D. Hu et al., "Fruits and Vegetables Consumption and Risk of Stroke: A Meta-Analysis of Prospective Cohort Studies. ", Stroke, May 08, 2014, © American Heart Association, Inc.
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Low-Carb Diet More Beneficial To Type 2 Diabetics

May 8, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A two-year Swedish study of the impact of reducing dietary carbs or fat on type 2 diabetics has found that the low-carb diet had the more positive effect. The clinical trial involving 61 patients who ate either a low-fat or low-carb diet found that only the patients whose diet was low in carbohydrates saw reduced levels of inflammation. Both groups lost about the same amount of weight. Patients with type 2 diabetes experience higher levels of inflammation which is believed to contribute to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and other complications.
Lena Jonasson et al., "Advice to follow a low-carbohydrate diet has a favourable impact on low-grade inflammation in type 2 diabetes compared with advice to follow a low-fat diet. ", Annals of Medicine, May 08, 2014, © Informa Plc.
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Revolutionary Bread Mix Provides An Answer To Almost Every Dietary Concern

May 7, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A Florida-based bakery says it’s ready to shake up the bread industry with a bread mix that addresses a myriad of health problems – celiac disease, gluten intolerance, insulin resistance, hypertension, obesity, need for more protein, etc. Smart Baking Company will deliver its Smart Loaf mix to health food stores after its crowd-funding “kick starter” program finishes on May 21. The Smart Loaf mix will be high in protein and fiber, gluten free, zero carb and low in sodium. At 80 calories per service, the quick baking bread – just 60 minutes from start to loaf – is targeted at people who want to avoid wheat, starch and sugar, the company says. And to those who don’t own baking pans: the package serves as the pan.
"World's First Zerocarb and Gluten Free Bread Mix", News release, Smart Baking Company, May 07, 2014, © Smart Baking Company
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