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Main author Dr. Iris Shai, a researcher at the S. Daniel Abraham International Center for Health and Nutrition in the Department of Epidemiology at BGU, achieved achieved by all diets prescribed comparable with the results of medical weight loss drugs were. Shai said that clearly, it’s not a diet that is ideal for all We believe that this study the clinical medicine the clinical medicine low-carb and Mediterranean diets as safe effective alternatives for patients. Fox, is based on personal preference and the medical goals for such intervention .
Black Fox, Danit R. Greenberg, Bolotin, Tangi – Rozental, sugar Ramot, Benjamin Brickner, Schwartz, Sheiner, Katorza, Joachim Fiedler, George Martin, bloomer, Matthias, Stumvoll, Michael, Stampfer, The Dietary Intervention Randomized Controlled Trial Group. N Engl J Med Volume 359, Number 3, Pages 229-241, July 2008.
Among the 36 participants with diabetes, low fat diet.
Liver function and inflammatory biomarkers in all three diets improved. The authors concluded that: Mediterranean and low-carb diets can be effective alternatives to low-fat diets, the more beneficial effects on lipids and on glycemic control . Suggest that personal preferences and metabolic considerations might inform individualized tailoring of dietary interventions.University of Californiang Disease Cells indicates higher risk of dying.
A wide number of certain cells to the lung of patients IPF may their chances of death, University of Cincinnati in increase , researchers have discovered.
Because the disease progresses, air bags in the lungs will replacing fibrotic scar. Lung tissue is thick where the scarring forms, which irreversible loss irreversible loss of the fabric to capability use oxygen in the blood stream. By grants from the by grants from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.. IPF children this study in the January in the January edition of the journal Chest with our colleagues with colleagues from the University of California Francisco and National Jewish Medical Center in Denver, Colorado, be co-author of the lung scarring.