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Regular drinking of soft drinks and artificially-sweetened beverages may up cardiovascular disease risk.
Frequent consumers of sugar-sweetened and artificial-sweetened beverages may be at increased risk of developing metabolic syndrome.
Individuals who are habitual consumers of foods high in selenium and vitamin C are less prone to develop metabolic syndrome.
High dietary ingestion of foods high in vitamin K may cut down the risk of developing metabolic syndrome in young adults.
Adequate intake of phylloquinones (vitamin K) from food sources may help guard against the development of metabolic syndrome
Increased consumption of 100% unprocessed fruit juice may protect individuals against obesity and metabolic syndrome.
In addition to improving the glycemic and lipid profile of diabetics, vegetarian diets may also help to reduce type 2 diabetes risk significantly.
Generous intake of legumes, such as beans, peas, chickpeas, and lentils may help guard against type 2 diabetes.
Consistent consumption of diets rich in fibers, particular vegetable and cereal fibers, may cut down type 2 diabetes risk.
Regular consumption of magnesium-rich foods, such as legumes, whole grains, and green vegetables, may cut down metabolic syndrome risk in older Americans.
Generous intake of diets high in whole grains may significantly cut down metabolic syndrome risk.