Research Roundup

May 2008 Issue

Research Roundup

Trans fatty acids that occur naturally in meat and dairy products do not increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Carrots may help reduce the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, say Dutch researchers.
Eating foods least likely to raise blood sugar may reduce your risk of diabetes and other diseases, suggests an Australian study.

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