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82 1 2003

"From exposure estimations it appears that the additional cancer risk might not be negligible."

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83 2 2002

21,454 male participants enrolled in the U.S. Physicians’ Health Study, followed for an average of 17 years. Most dramatic relationship between survival with any food was nut consumption.

Compared with men who rarely or never consumed nuts, those who consumed nuts 2 or more times per week had a 47% lower risk (nearly half the risk) of sudden cardiac death and a 30% lower risk of total coronary heart disease death. (70% of risk for total coronary heart disease).

Nuts and seeds had anti-arrhythmic and anti-seizure effect associated with 60% reduction in sudden cardiac death.

This pattern of benefit on coronary heart disease end points suggests that at least part of the effect of nut consumption on sudden cardiac death may be due to a reduction in fatal ventricular arrhythmias. "consumption of nuts powerfully reduces the chance of having a life-threatening cardiac arrhythmia called ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia. (People who have heart disease do not always die of heart attacks; they die of an irregular heartbeat that prevents the heart from pumping properly.) Removing nuts and seeds from one’s diet may actually increase the risk of one of these fatal rhythm disturbances."

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84 3 1999

frequency of nut consumption has been found to be inversely related to all-cause mortality in several population groups such as whites, blacks, and the elderly. Thus, nut consumption may not only offer protection against IHD, but also increase longevity. In a large, prospective epidemiologic study of Seventh-day Adventists in California, we found that frequency of nut consumption had a substantial and highly significant inverse association with risk of myocardial infarction and death from IHD. The Iowa Women's Health Study also documented an association between nut consumption and decreased risk of IHD.

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85 4 2000

Trans fats elevate LDL, decrease HDL, increase heart disease risk.

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605 5 2006

71 countries studied
Increase Risk: Animal food, animal fat, milk, sugar, alcohol, stimulants;
Decrease Risk: sunshine, onions, soybeans, beans, (green veggies)

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694 6 2001

Dr. Fuhrman: "The nutritarian diet is the most effective method to lower high cholesterol, even more effective than drugs." Compared with the starch-based and low-fat diets, the high-fiber vegetable diet resulted in the largest reduction in low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol (33% +/- 4%, P <.001) and the greatest fecal bile acid output (1.13 +/- 0.30 g/d, P =.002), fecal bulk (906 +/- 130 g/d, P <.001), and fecal short-chain fatty acid outputs (78 +/- 13 mmol/d, P <.001).

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698 7 1998

the quarter of the population that eats the fewest fruits and vegetables has approximately double the cancer rate for most types of cancer when compared to the quarter with the highest intake. Common micronutrient deficiencies are likely to damage DNA by the same mechanism as radiation and many chemicals, appear to be orders of magnitude more important, and should be compared for perspective. Remedying micronutrient deficiencies is likely to lead to a major improvement in health and an increase in longevity at low cost.

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1029 8 1998
Lichtenstein AH, Kennedy E, Barrier P, Danford D, Ernst ND, Grundy SM, et al. Dietary fat consumption and health. Nutr Rev. 1998;56(5 Pt 2):S3-19; discussion S19-28. Abstract
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1250 9 2004
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1251 10 2003
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1252 11 2003
Haag M. Essential fatty acids and the brain. Can J Psychiatry. 2003;48(3):195-203. Abstract
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1253 12 2003
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1254 13 2002
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1255 14 2002
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1256 15 2001
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1257 16 2001
Kromhout D. Diet and cardiovascular diseases. J Nutr Health Aging. 2001;5(3):144-9. Abstract
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1258 17 2001
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1259 18 2000
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1260 19 2000
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1261 20 2000
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1262 21 1999
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1263 22 1999
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1264 23 1999
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1265 24 1995
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1267 25 1976
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1268 26 1974
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1269 27 1957
ROSE WC. The amino acid requirements of adult man. Nutr Abstr Rev Ser Hum Exp. 1957;27(3):631-47.
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1270 28 1995
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1271 29 2001
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1272 30 1982
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1273 31 1966
Hardinge MG, Crooks H, Stare FJ. Nutritional studies of vegetarians. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1966;48:25.
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1505 32 1995
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1526 33 2003
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