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High-protein diets may reduce coronary blood flow and accelerate coronary artery disease progression.
High red meat intake may increase serum concentrations of insulin, glucose, and endothelial dysfunction biomarkers.
A single high-fat meal may impair flow-dependent vasoactivity and endothelial function in healthy individuals.
Milk protein, casein, may promote the proliferation of prostate cancer cells, such as PC3 and LNCaP.
A low-carbohydrate, high-protein, high-fat diet reduces arterial wall function in patients with high odds of developing cardiovascular diseases.
High saturated fat intake may increase a prostate cancer patient's risk of dying from that prostate cancer.
A very low fat, high fiber diet may lower the risk of developing breast cancer.