Dietary Intake and Chronic Disease Prevention
Noce, Annalisa (editor)
Romani, Annalisa (editor)
Bernini, Roberta (editor)
This reprint describes how lifestyle changes can impact the incidence and progression of chronic non-communicable diseases. In this context, regular physical activity and heathy nutritional habits are very important. Moreover, natural bioactive compounds could represent a new adjuvant therapy in the clinical management of these pathological conditions.
Keywordsdiet quality; cardiometabolic risk; sugar-sweetened beverages; food groups; home food availability; diabetes; prediabetes; healthy food; unhealthy food; healthy food availability; bladder cancer; case-control study; dietary patterns; diet; factor analysis; dietary energy; macronutrient composition; trend; disparity; subpopulation; anaphylaxis; asthma; IgE; leukotriene; mast cell protease; methylxanthines; motor activity; polyphenols; temperature; Theobroma cacao; male obesity secondary hypogonadism (MOSH) syndrome; ω-3 PUFA; adipose tissue; body weight; testosterone; lung function of healthy population; difference of FEV1; macronutrient; longitudinal study; obese; cardiovascular disease; Mediterranean diet; non-communicable disease; obesity; physical activity; NMSC; lifestyle; smoking; alcohol; Mexican adults; dietary fiber; esophagus; stomach and colorectal cancer; nutrition; refined grains; whole grains; chronic kidney disease; dietary pattern; eGFR; Fukushima Health Management Survey; proteinuria; trajectory analysis; sodium; potassium; arterial hypertension; endothelial dysfunction; organ damage; caloric restriction diet; intermittent fasting; frailty; vascular aging; age related syndrome; sarcopenia; malnutrition; hydrolysable tannins; anthocyanins; urinary tract infections; quality of life; cranberry; Sweet Chestnut; pasta; carotenoids; antioxidant compounds; kidney health; HPLC/DAD analyses; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023