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Study under review: The impact of diets rich in low-fat or full-fat dairy on glucose tolerance and its determinants: a randomized controlled trial
Does consuming a diet higher in either full-fat or low-fat dairy alter glucose tolerance or insulin sensitivity when compared to a diet low in dairy intake?
Other Articles in Issue #78 (April 2021)
Mini: How much can the concept of “food addiction” explain overeating and obesity?
Is food addiction a useful concept? In this Mini, we quickly cover the main points of agreement and disagreement from a recent debate between two experts in the field.
Deeper Dive: Investigating the relationship between vitamin C, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease
Vitamin C supplementation seems to make a dent in blood pressure in people with diabetes. Its effect on glycemic control is less certain.
Deeper Dive: The effects of melatonin on sleep quality in the context of various diseases
Melatonin works particularly well to improve sleep quality in people with metabolic and respiratory diseases, but the effect size isn't huge.
Mini: Sex differences in the association between body composition and cardiovascular mortality
Higher muscle mass predicts a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease in men. But in women, higher fat mass plays this role. In this Mini, we give some details and possible explanations for these recent findings.
Comparing animal and plant protein in the context of resistance training
Are high-protein vegan diets any different from high-protein omnivorous diets when it comes to gains? This study aimed to find out.
Deeper Dive: Investigating intermittent fasting for protection against heart disease
Intermittent fasting could be heart-healthy, but more data is needed before saying for sure.
What’s better for improving inflammation: exercise or caloric restriction?
In people with overweight or obesity, combining exercise with caloric restriction leads has the biggest impact on inflammation, according to this recent meta-analysis.