Oily Fish Consumption and more...

“Oily Fish Consumption Tied to Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk.”
Use of fish oil supplements over time also tied to lower diabetes risk.

onsumption of oily fish, but not nonoily fish, is associated with a lower risk for type 2 diabetes (T2D), according to a study published online Jan. 11 in Diabetes Care.

Guo-Chong Chen, from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, and colleagues used data from 392,287 middle-aged and older participants (55 percent women) in the U.K. Biobank to evaluate associations of oily and nonoily fish consumption and fish oil supplements with incident T2D.

MORE info online at: https://consumer.healthday.com/oily-fish-consumption-tied-to-lower-diabetes-risk-2649920285.html


” Could intermittent fasting reduce breast cancer risk in obesity? “

New research finds that time-restricted feeding improves insulin levels and reduces tumor growth in mice with obesity-driven postmenopausal breast cancer.

The study found that tumor growth was driven and accelerated by elevated insulin levels in the mice.

It also found that lowering the mice’s insulin levels and improving their metabolic health had an anti-tumor effect.

“Time-restricted eating has a positive effect on metabolic health and does not trigger the hunger and irritability that is associated with long-term fasting or calorie restriction,” says Dr. Manasi Das, postdoctoral fellow at the University of California (UC), San Diego and first author.

READ more online at: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/could-intermittent-fasting-reduce-breast-cancer-risk-in-obesity


 

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