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Relationship Between Carbohydrate Intake (Quantity, Quality, and Time Eaten) and Mortality (Total, Cardiovascular, and Diabetes): Assessment of 2003-2014 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Participants.

Methods and research design This secondary research looked at the relationship between total daily and individual differences in carbohydrate intake with mortality and mortality using data from adults from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey and National Death Index. Conclusions The participants who consumed more high-quality carbohydrates throughout the day had lower all-cause mortality risk, while more daily intake of low-quality carbohydrates was correlated to elevated all-cause mortality risk. Conclusions & Conclusions The consumption of more low-quality carbohydrates at dinner was correlated with higher diabetes risk, and eating more high-quality carbohydrates at dinner was associated with reduced all-cause and CVD mortality, regardless of the total daily intake and quality of carbohydrates.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36174119


Dietary contributors to fermentable carbohydrate intake in healthy American college students.

The study looked at food items that contribute the most to increased fermentable carbohydrate intake and its link to improved diet quality in college students. According to the diet history questionnaire-II, FC intake and health eating index-2015 results were assessed. Positive associations were discovered between FC intake and red and orange vegetables, whole fruits, and dark green vegetables. To influence college students's eating preferences, tutors are being required to promote these food items in order to improve diet quality and FC intake to improve diet quality and FC intake.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36170454


Pre-diagnosis fiber : carbohydrate intake ratio and mortality of ovarian cancer: results from a prospective cohort study.

Background : The relationship between fiber to carbohydrate and cancer mortality is not well-known. The aforementioned topic of ovarian cancer patients was prospectively investigated for the first time. Methods : A total of 793 newly diagnosed OC patients aged 18-79 years were included. Using a validated food frequency questionnaire, pre-diagnosis diet data was collected. OC patients died in the follow-up period, according to the report. OC patients died in the follow-up period. C-R intake and higher fiber intake were strongly correlated with lower mortality in OC patients, but no evidence of a correlation between pre-diagnosis carbohydrate intake and OC mortality was found. No evidence of a nonlinear relationship between F : C-R and OC mortality was found. Pre-diagnosis high fiber intake and high F : a reduced risk of OC death have been linked to reduced risk of OC mortality, according to the report.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36093635


Impact of maternal dietary carbohydrate intake and vitamin D-related genetic risk score on birth length: the Vitamin D Pregnant Mother (VDPM) cohort study.

Background Our goal was to investigate the relationship between maternal vitamin D status and IGF-1 in healthy Minangkabau pregnant women and their effects on newborn anthropometry outcomes using a nutrient approach. Using linear regression analysis, the effect of the GRSs on IGF-1, vitamin D, and newborn anthropometry, as well as the relationship between the GRSs and dietary causes was determined. According to babies born to mothers with 2 risk alleles, pregnant mothers who had higher carbohydrate intake and who had u22652 risk alleles of VDR-GRS gave birth to babies with significantly shorter birth lengths than those born to babies with 2 risk alleles.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36071390

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