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Monday, June 28, 2010

CODHy: Good Foods Loom Larger than Bad Foods in MetSyn Risk

Another shelf-life expired?
For premenopausal women, the amount of "unhealthy" foods -- such as meats and salty snacks -- they eat may matter less in the development of metabolic syndrome than the amount of vegetables, whole grains, and other healthy foods, a researcher said here...

On the other hand, there was a strong and significant relationship between the content of healthy foods and the risk of metabolic syndrome.
Still think they have any idea what they are talking about?

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