Research Roundup

October 2009
Environmental Nutrition;Oct2009, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p8
The article offers food research-related updates in the U.S. and Canada. Scientists from Toronto have found that the Eco-Atkins diet offers heart-health advantages with vegetable proteins from gluten, soy, and nuts. American researchers have found that people transitioning from single to married have the tendency to become obese. People with diabetes have a higher risk to become depressed than other individuals.


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