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SUBJECT: April JNutr via Roc Nutrition Newsletter
HIGHLIGHTS: FOR everyone: Soy rather than milk protein increases microbiome diversity and reduces lipid levels; triglyerides 40% and cholesterol 20%.

Only 10% of Americans have a healthy sodium-to-potassium ratio in their diets.  The dietary sodium-to-potassium ratio (Na:K) is shown to be more strongly associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and CVD-related mortality than either sodium or potassium intake alone.

There is an inverse ratio between omega-3 intake and depression.  An inverse association between the omega-3 index and depressive symptoms was observed among participants with elevated oxidative stress biomarkers. These data suggest that oxidative stress status may identify those who might benefit from ω-3 FA consumption to improve depressive symptoms.

The Dietary Inflammatory Index Is Associated with 75% increased Prostate Cancer Risk.

Salt Promotes Passive Overconsumption of Dietary Fat.

HIGHLIGHTS: FOR over 65: Men over 65 need 30% more protein.

Intake of Total Polyphenols and Some Classes of Polyphenols Is Inversely Associated with Diabetes in Elderly People at High Cardiovascular Disease Risk.

HIGHLIGHTS: FOR children
Higher Childhood Red Meat Intake Frequency Is Associated with Earlier Age at Menarche, whereas greater fatty fish intake frequency is associated with a later menarcheal age.

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