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The authors of a recent study downplaying the health risks of red meat have financial ties with meat producers. The international group of researchers has received funding from a university program partially backed by the beef industry

Meat Study Authors Have Financial Ties to Beef Industry

Annals of Internal Medicine study claims the health threat from red, processed meat is overstated
A brief diet intervention can reduce symptoms of depression among young adults with elevated depression symptoms

Diet Intervention Can Cut Depression Symptoms in Young Adults

Depression Anxiety and Stress Scale-21 depression subscale score reduced three months after intervention
More patients with inflammatory bowel disease following a diet low in fermentable oligosaccharides

Low-FODMAP Diet Relieves Gut Symptoms for More IBD Patients

Adequate relief of gut symptoms reported for more patients following low-FODMAP versus control diet
For young adults

Food Insecurity Linked to Chronic Disease in Young Adults

Second study shows food insecurity linked to mental health problems, poorer sleep outcomes
Food insecurity is prevalent among Medicare enrollees

Food Insecurity Prevalent Among Medicare Enrollees

Odds of food insecurity up with reporting four or more chronic conditions, depression, anxiety
An international panel suggests that adults continue their current levels of consumption of red or processed meat based on evidence from five systematic reviews published online Oct. 1 in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

Panel Votes Yes to Current Level of Red, Processed Meat Intake

Weak recommendations with low-certainty evidence based on five systematic reviews
Psoriasis is associated with high body mass index and low intake of meat

Psoriasis Tied to High BMI, Low Meat Intake in Japanese Study

Meat, fish intake patterns among psoriasis patients in Japan opposite of those in Western countries
A healthy dietary pattern is associated with a reduced incidence of chronic kidney disease and albuminuria

Healthy Dietary Patterns Linked to Lower Incidence of CKD

Reduction seen in incidence of chronic kidney disease, albuminuria; no significant link found for drop in GFR
From 1999 to 2016

Quality of Carbohydrates, Protein Has Improved in U.S. Diet

1999 to 2016 saw drop in percent of energy intake from low-quality carbs, increase from high-quality carbs
Increasing daily consumption of nuts is associated with less long-term weight gain and a lower risk for obesity in adults

Nut Consumption Tied to Less Annual Weight Gain, Obesity

Findings seen for increased consumption of total nuts as well as walnuts, other tree nuts, peanuts