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Healthy lifestyle and weight reduction remains crucial for the prevention and treatment of NAFLD.
Could a shift in our food consumption patterns help reverse the negative trend of reactive nitrogen?
Alpro Foundation Award for best scientific publication for a young researcher goes to Perrine Laroche for her research on the global impact of more plantbased eating in the Western world.
Meta-analysis of 41 studies showed no effect of soy or isoflavones on estrogen or testosterone levels in men
This talk explored how dietary changes can improve microbiota and mood as well as lowering inflammation and disease risk
Data suggests that plant-based diets, in combination with physical activity and weight loss, may reduce NAFLD-symptoms.
Identifying which areas have the biggest potential to shift to more plant-based land-friendly foods which could lead to largest carbon benefits.
Most FBDGs were not compatible with a set of global environmental targets related to climate change and environmental resource use as described in the EAT planetary health diets.
This 12 weeks intervention study on either soy or whey protein providing 2g of leucin found significant increases in muscle strength and lean body mass in response to resistance training.
Healthy and sustainable diets are neutral in taste, and include less umami, salt, fat and bitter tastes.
Listen to the recording of this interesting webinar with EAT expert Dr Fabrice DeClerck.
Consumption of 25g soy protein daily modestly but significantly reduced LDL-cholesterol by -3.2% and total cholesterol by -2.8%
A more plant-based diet is accompanied by lower weight gain and less body fat over time.
Consumption of a soy drink has may alleviate vasomotor symptoms in post-menopausal women without affecting mood or cognition.
The Alpro Foundation welcomes the EAT-Lancet report and its cut-through recommendations for feeding people healthily while protecting the planet.
One Blue Dot is the British Dietetic Association's Environmentally Sustainable Diet Project.
Based on the results of this meta-analysis soyfoods and soy protein supplements can be considered suitable protein sources for building strength and increasing muscle mass while undertaking resistance
To bring about the greatest environmental benefit, they emphasise dietary change is required, in particular a reduction in total animal production.
Two recent studies strengthen dietary recommendations to adopt a more plant-based diet to help manage diabetes.
Substituting 1 to 2 servings of animal proteins with plant proteins every day could lead to a reduction in the 3 main cholesterol markers for cardiovascular disease prevention.
A new meta-analysis indicates that following the Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of frailty in older individuals.
How food is produced and consumed has consequences for the planet. The MedDiet has been proposed as a sustainable dietary model.
Plant-based eating can save society billions: lower healthcare & productivity-related costs
Experts from Lund University have calculated that switching to a plant-based diet is 1 out 4 most effective actions individuals can take to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Reducing meat and dairy intakes can benefit environmental sustainability without compromising the nutritional adequacy of the diet.
Healthy balanced plant-based diets are inversely associated with diabetes risk and are useful to improve blood glucose management.
Greater adherence to the Mediterranean diet could exert favourable effects on sperm quality: higher sperm concentration, total sperm count and better sperm motility.
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