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  1. Such diets are rich in fresh fruits and vegetables and whole grains, and low in saturated fats. (Web site)
  2. Vegan diets are also very healthy, and are mostly low in fat and cholesterol yet high in fiber and essential vitamins and minerals. (Web site)
  3. Diets were formulated to be isocaloric and isonitrogenous.
  4. Diets were general assemblies of the Imperial Estates of the Holy Roman Empire of which several took place in the city of Worms in what is now Germany.
  5. Diets were changed to control or boswellia-supplemented on day 0 (beginning of DSS or TNBS treatment) and continued till the time of death. (Web site)


  1. Anything from weight loss and diets to skin care, blogging and making money online. (Web site)


  1. Children who were raised on diets in which butter was a central ingredient grew to be robust, sturdy and free of tooth decay.


  1. It contains virtually no calories but is rich in fibre, which makes this jelly-like food very popular for diets.
  2. These diseases are linked to diets low in fibre and high in saturated fat.
  3. Population studies in East Africa seemed to show a protective effect of fibre[2] and high-fibre diets became the fashion.


  1. One major concern expressed by the nutrition community is related to whether or not people are getting enough elongated omega-3 fatty acids in their diets.
  2. These diets have caused concern among nutritionists because of the metabolic changes and health risks associated with limited carbohydrate consumption (3).
  3. However, getting sufficient protein is usually not a concern for vegetarians, since most American diets tend to contain more protein than they need.


  1. Low-fat diets that are high in fiber, whole grains, legumes, and fresh produce can offer health advantages for cholesterol control.
  2. Cerivastatin is used to lower elevated blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels when low-fat diets and lifestyle changes are ineffective.
  3. Smokers and adults on very low-fat diets are at increased risk of developing vitamin-E deficiency.


  1. Azerbaijanis have combined these two foods - garlic and yogurt - which are typical to diets of people who enjoy the benefits of long life.


  1. My clinical observations suggest that acne vulgaris may be closely related to the consumption of diets, which are rich in fat content.
  2. Cao G, Booth SL, Sadowski JA, Prior RL. Increases in human plasma antioxidant capacity after consumption of controlled diets high in fruit and vegetables.
  3. Patients who have kidney problems need to be careful about protein consumption, as high-protein diets can worsen this condition.


  1. However, the incidence of cavities increases as their diets begin to include more "westernized" processed foods.
  2. Diets laden with saturated fat, cholesterol, and salt are the key factors in the incidence of cardiovascular diseases.


  1. Magnesium is an essential nutrient that is inadequate in many American diets.


  1. Reports on the diets of British school children show that they tend to eat far too much fat and sugar and not enough dietary fibre, iron and calcium.
  2. Hence, heme iron can account for up to 35 percent of absorbed iron in diets when accounting for only 10 percent of total dietary iron intake.
  3. Vegetarian diets are low in heme iron, but careful meal planning can help increase the amount of iron absorbed.


  1. Compensatory mechanisms may help vegetarians adapt to diets that may be low in zinc (33).
  2. Vegetarian diets tend to contain less zinc than meat-based diets.
  3. This review updates nutrition professionals on our current understanding of both the physiological and pharmacological roles of zinc in animal diets.


  1. Alcohol interferes with thiamin metabolism in the body, and diets high in alcohol are often deficient in vitamins and minerals.

Low-Fat Diet

  1. Many low-fat diets are also vegetarian, although anyone can follow a low-fat diet, whether or not they are vegetarian.
  2. In patients not responding to a low-fat diet, enteral nutritional therapy (elemental, semi-elemental and polymeric diets) may be required.


  1. The consumption of meaty diets, compared to vegetarian diets, has been shown to nearly double the risk of gallstones in women.
  2. But people who are on very rapid weight-loss diets may be given medicines for pain and nausea and to prevent gallstones.
  3. Gallstones are not associated with diets high in non-heme iron foods such as beans, lentils, and enriched grains.

Amino Acids

  1. Essential amino acids refer to the amino acids that are essential for our diets.
  2. Deficiencies in the proper balance of amino acids is likely to occur in those with poor diets.
  3. Infusion solutions require a range of amino acids including those essential in human diets.


  1. Supplements are important as these days people are slacking on their diets and not getting enough proteins, which means not enough amino acids.
  2. The high protein diets rely on a lot of animal fats and proteins, but these vegetarians don't eat them.
  3. People with struvite stones, who need to reduce phosphates in their diets, should also cut down on proteins.

Diets Rich

  1. Some studies have found benefits associated with diets rich in whole plant foods, and risks associated with diets rich in animal-based foods.
  2. Without exception, he found a strong correlation between diets rich in animal fats, robust health and athletic ability.
  3. British Jews, as shown by the Jewish Housewives Cookbook (London, 1846), also had diets rich in cream, butter, eggs, and lamb and beef tallows.


  1. A high intake of fluids and diets rich in fruits, vitamin C, and magnesium were associated with a lower risk of Crohn’s only.
  2. In fact, people who eat diets rich in calcium may actually weigh less and have less body fat.
  3. As a consequence of diets rich in fats, proteins and caffeine, the body tends to get dehydrated.


  1. When humans get stressed or are not receiving enough calcium in their diets, the mucus membrane in the stomach erodes away.
  2. The typical yellow-coloured fat of humans and chickens is a result of fat storage of carotenes from their diets.
  3. Just as in humans, high-fat diets have been associated with elevated cholesterol levels and heart disease in captive-living Western lowland gorillas.


  1. Rats were maintained on diets of varying iron content for several weeks to generate animals of differing iron status.
  2. Such diets have also caused increases in hepatic lipid peroxidation and activation of inflammatory pathways in the liver of rats (9).
  3. Scientists “create” obese mice and rats to use in research on diets or diabetes by injecting them with MSG at birth.

Gallstone Formation

  1. However, low-fiber, high-cholesterol diets, and diets high in starchy foods have been suggested as contributing to gallstone formation.
  2. Low-fibre (roughage), high-cholesterol diets, and diets high in starchy foods have been suggested as contributing to gallstone formation.
  3. However, low fiber, high cholesterol diets, and diets high in starchy foods have been suggested as contributing to gallstone formation.


  1. Miniature Pinschers are also prone to overeating and should have their diets monitored to prevent obesity.
  2. Obesity and diets that are high-fat or high-calorie have been linked to cancer in laboratory animals and humans.
  3. Literature reviews of research on the effect of high-protein, low-carbohydrate diets on obesity and lipid levels are not convincing.


  1. Iodine is a needed nutrient that is lacking in most diets.
  2. IMPLICATIONS: These data support efforts to increase dietary folate in segments of the population having diets with low intakes of this nutrient.
  3. Vegan diets may lack this nutrient because fortified cow’s milk is its most common dietary source.


  1. Some evidence suggests that low-fat and high-fiber diets may reduce your risk of colon cancer.
  2. People who eat diets rich in fruits and vegetables seem to have a lower incidence of many cancers including colon cancer.
  3. Most preliminary studies have shown high calcium diets are associated with reduced colon cancer risk.


  1. Diets high in vegetables and fruits have been linked with a lower risk of colorectal cancer.
  2. In countries where the people have adopted western diets, the incidence of colorectal cancer is increasing.
  3. Vegetarian diets may decrease the risks of colorectal cancer due to the lack of animal fat.

High Intakes

  1. Diets with high intakes of energy may lead to increased levels of oestrogen and other hormones that may enhance expression of HHMMTV.


  1. Pernicious anemia is simple to treat (with vitamin replacement) but it is easily missed, particularly in patients whose diets are rich in folic acid.
  2. Women with diets low in folic acid and those who smoke may be at a higher risk for cervical dysplasia.
  3. Folic acid and B12 should be considered in all cases of nerve inflammation, nerve degeneration blood sugar problems, nerve irritation and vegetarian diets.


  1. Vegetarian diets tend to be higher in potassium, magnesium, and calcium, as is the DASH diet.
  2. Diets rich in potassium may help to maintain healthy blood pressure.
  3. While potassium is lower in modern diets compared with so-called primitive diets, true deficiencies are uncommon.


  1. Like many Western diets, the customary diet of this population was high in sodium and low in potassium.
  2. Diets high in sodium (salt) can contribute to increased blood pressure.
  3. Sodium chloride (salt) may be helpful, but Western diets already contain too much sodium.

Heart Disease

  1. The Garden of Eden--plant based diets, the genetic drive to conserve cholesterol and its implications for heart disease in the 21st century.
  2. Carnivorous wild animals have diets high in fat and cholesterol but no signs of atherosclerosis and heart disease.
  3. Diets rich in plant fiber are related to a reduction of heart disease, colon cancer and diabetes.

Cholesterol Levels

  1. Diets high in saturated fats raise “bad” cholesterol levels in the blood.


  1. Other studies have shown that high fat diets significantly increase the risk of cardiovascular disease(3,47).
  2. Most studies to date have found no difference in stone development between people with low and normal protein diets over 4 years.
  3. Despite these startling admissions, the studies nevertheless concluded the exact opposite and urged people to reduce animal foods from their diets.

Pregnant Women

  1. Pregnant women plagued by cravings for pickles and ice cream must remember to include plenty of folic acid in their diets.
  2. Pregnant women and nursing mothers should only consider using supplemental L-lysine if their diets are low in this amino acid.
  3. Vitamin supplements are warranted for certain people, such as pregnant women, newborns, and people on special diets.


  1. But I have always suggested that people supplement those diets with some "living" food- meats, eggs, fish, veggies, and fruits.
  2. Most of the essential amino acids can be found in the typical foodstuff that we consume as part of our daily diets, including meat, fish and vegetables.
  3. Vegetarian diets that do not include fish and eggs are generally low in active forms of omega-3 fats.


  1. Conversely, diets high in fiber-rich foods such as fruits, vegetables, and beans prevent the buildup of excess hormones in the system.
  2. Diets high in fibers found in oats, psyllium seeds, fruit (pectin), and beans (guar gum) are linked to a reduction of cholesterol levels.
  3. Macrobiotic diets consist mostly of whole grains and beans.


  1. The vegans follow diets that include food only from plants like fruits vegetables, seeds, legumes, grains, and nuts.
  2. Vegan diets can provide zinc at levels close to or even higher than the RDA. Zinc is found in grains, legumes, and nuts.
  3. Since improperly prepared grains cause so many digestive problems, many people have partially or completely removed grains from their diets.


  1. High-fiber diets promote bowel regularity, may help reduce the risk of colon cancer, and can help reduce cholesterol levels.
  2. It also helps explain why diets rich in fruits and vegetables are associated with reduced risk of heart diseases.
  3. Also, some studies have suggested that diets that avoid dairy products may reduce the risk of prostate and ovarian cancer.

Coronary Heart Disease

  1. Diets high in saturated fat have been shown to correlate with an increased incidence of atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease.


  1. Surveys of lower-income families in the United States have revealed that about 6% of the infants are anemic indicating a deficiency of iron in their diets.
  2. It should be noted that symptomatic vitamin E deficiency in healthy individuals who consume diets low in vitamin E has never been reported. (Web site)
  3. Deficiency has been associated with extremely inadequate protein diets in children. (Web site)

Vitamin B12

  1. People who may struggle to get enough vitamin B12 in their diets, such as vegans, may need to take vitamin B12 tablets for life.
  2. Myth: Fermented soy foods can provide vitamin B12 in vegetarian diets. (Web site)


  1. Most diets provide an adequate amount of BCAAs for most people, which is about 25-65 mg per 2.2 pounds of body weight.
  2. Phosphorus is a necessary nutrient, but diets are almost always adequate in this mineral.
  3. Upon shopping, growing or raising foods rich in amino acids, individuals need to impart an adequate and substantial amount of protein within their diets.


  1. In some parts of the world, diets that are low in iodine increase the risk for thyroid cancer.
  2. The incidence of thyroid cancer also is higher in countries where diets are low in iodine.
  3. In some areas of the world, diets are low in iodine. (Web site)


  1. Diets rich in milk, cheese, yogurt and other dairy products provide important vitamins and minerals essential for human growth and development. (Web site)
  2. Riboflavin (vitamin B2) may also be low on vegan diets, the main dietary source being milk and milk products. (Web site)
  3. In normal diets, most galactose comes from the breakdown (metabolism) of lactose, which is found in milk and dairy products. (Web site)


  1. Most people can prevent this anemia by including animal products like milk, cheese, and eggs in their diets.
  2. Wheat bran, eggs, meat, milk, and cheese are important sources in diets containing these foods. (Web site)
  3. Since most people who eat meat or eggs get enough B 12 in their diets, a deficiency of this vitamin usually means that the body is not absorbing it properly.

American Dietetic Association

  1. Both the American Diabetes Association and the American Dietetic Association recommend diets based on the use of food exchange lists. (Web site)
  2. The American Dietetic Association and Dietitians of Canada agree that well planned vegan diets are a great idea. (Web site)


  1. Milk and other dairy products remain a staple in the diets of most Americans. (Web site)
  2. Americans are advised to reduce (not eliminate) fat in their diets.
  3. Tens of millions of Americans are now working to prevent cancer by taking supplements and adding functional foods to their diets.


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