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  • Diet and Multiple Sclerosis: Scoping Review of Web-Based Recommendations. [Review]
  • IJInteract J Med Res 2019 Jan 09; 8(1):e10050
  • Beckett JM, Bird ML, … Ahuja KD
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is a wide variety of Web-based dietary advice, which in some cases is contradictory. In most cases, this advice is the result of peoples' individual experiences and has not been scientifically tested. How people living with MS use this information is not known. These findings highlight the important role health professionals can play in assisting people living with MS in their health information-seeking behaviors.
  • Diet quality of vegetarian diets compared with nonvegetarian diets: a systematic review. [Journal Article]
  • NRNutr Rev 2019 Jan 08
  • Parker HW, Vadiveloo MK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Lacto-ovo vegetarians or vegans had higher overall diet quality (4.5-16.4 points higher on the Healthy Eating Index 2010 [HEI-2010]) compared with nonvegetarians in 9 of 12 studies. Higher HEI-2010 scores for vegetarians were driven by closer adherence to recommendations for total fruit, whole grains, seafood and plant protein, and sodium. However, nonvegetarians had closer adherence to recommendations for refined grains and total protein foods. Higher diet quality in vegetarian diets may partially explain improvements in health outcomes compared with nonvegetarians; however, more research controlling for known confounders like health consciousness is needed.
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