Diets that promote the consumption of foods rich in lycopene may make an individual less likely to have a calcified abdominal aorta.
Frequent drinking of alcohol may induce the development of breast cancer, especially in overweight and obese women.
Favoring the intake of ultra-processed foods may promote the occurrence of dyslipidemia in older adults.
Elevated consumption of foods high in polyphenols and flavonoids may slash the risk of stomach (gastric) cancer.
Regular intake of foods packed with carotenoids may help hinder the development of gestational diabetes mellitus in pregnant women.
Increased intake of ultra-processed foods may result in unhealthy lipid profiles in men and women.
Strict adherence to a vegetarian diet may result in a healthier lipid profile in men and women.
Pregnant women on high cholesterol diet may be at risk of developing gestational diabetes.
Avid intake of foods high in cholesterol, such as eggs, may facilitate the onset of gestational diabetes in pregnant women.
Consistent ingestion of foods high in carotenoids may confer an individual with significant protection against depression.
High dietary ingestion of carotenoids may help to keep asthma at bay.