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Higher seafood intake is tied to a shorter time to pregnancy

Higher Seafood Intake May Shorten Time to Pregnancy

More than eight servings per cycle also tied to higher frequency of intercourse
Consumption of non-nutritive sweeteners does not increase blood glucose levels

Non-Nutritive Sweeteners Don’t Up Blood Glucose Levels

Concentration of NNSs decreases gradually over the course of observation after consumption
A moderate level of egg consumption is associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease

Daily Egg Consumption Linked to Reduced CVD Risk

Reduced risk seen for ischemic heart disease, major coronary events, stroke in Chinese adults
Anthocyanin intake is associated with slower decline in lung function

Slower Decline in Lung Function With Anthocyanin Intake

Slower annual rates of decline in FEV1 and FVC for those in highest quartile of anthocyanin intake
For women

Healthful Diet Linked to Reduced Risk of Hearing Loss in Women

Inverse association between AMED, DASH, AHEI-2010 diet scores with risk of hearing loss for women
One to two servings of seafood per week is recommended for cardiovascular benefits

Seafood Recommended 1 to 2 Times/Week for Cardiac Benefit

Benefits of seafood consumption include reduced risk of cardiac death, coronary heart disease, stroke
Better diet quality

Better Diet Quality Associated With Larger Brain Volume

Relationship seen with gray matter, white matter, and hippocampal volumes
Patients with heart failure frequently have malnutrition

Malnutrition Is Associated With Poor Prognosis in Heart Failure

One-year mortality was increased for patients with moderate or severe versus mild or no malnutrition
For children and adults with type 1 diabetes mellitus

Exceptional Glycemic Control With Very Low-Carbohydrate Diet

Low rates of adverse events for children and adults with T1DM consuming very low-carb diet
Intake of some food groups and nutrients may affect the timing of menopause

Certain Foods May Impact Timing of Menopause

Fish, legumes associated with later menopause; refined carbohydrates linked to earlier menopause