Clinical Inquiry: Do dietary choices alone alter the risk of developing metabolic syndrome?
Valley Family Residency Program, Renton, WA, USA.The Journal of family practice (Impact Factor: 0.89). 09/2013; 62(9):507-519.
In studies of patient populations controlled for differences in dietary content alone, independent of weight loss or exercise changes, diets with high glycemic index foods, low whole grain and fiber content, and low fruit and vegetable content are associated with an increased incidence of metabolic syndrome.
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