As the mornings get cooler and the news is full of predictions of a second wave of Coronavirus, many Nutrition Practitioners are wondering what role the nutrition profession will play in supporting recovery from this health crisis. Nutrition Evidence is here to bring you the latest science available to inform your clinical decisions in this area, so you can feel confident in your practice.
It is now clear that those with certain co-morbidities are more susceptible to serious complications from infection with Covid-19. Many of the conditions identified fall under the umbrella of Metabolic Syndrome.
This month, we begin a series of alerts focusing on Metabolic Syndrome. Over the next few months, we will be bringing the latest scientific research to your inbox on the different biochemical processes that have gone wrong and lead to metabolic disorder. To begin your dive into this vast subject, check out this short list of recent systematic reviews, before diving through the 26 randomised controlled trials released within the last 10 years.
Newly Indexed Articles for September 2020
The following articles are featured as “recommended reading” this month:
Paleolithic nutrition for metabolic syndrome: systematic review and meta-analysis. in The American journal of clinical nutrition, 2015
The Effect of a Multidisciplinary Lifestyle Intervention on Obesity Status, Body Composition, Physical Fitness, and Cardiometabolic Risk Markers in Children and Adolescents with Obesity. in Nutrients, 2019
Effect of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention on Energy-Reduced Mediterranean Diet Adherence Among Patients With Metabolic Syndrome: Interim Analysis of the PREDIMED-Plus Randomized Clinical Trial. in JAMA, 2019
Effect of Vitamin D Supplementation on Obesity-Induced Insulin Resistance: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial. in Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.), 2018
The Fluid Aspect of the Mediterranean Diet in the Prevention and Management of Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes: The Role of Polyphenol Content in Moderate Consumption of Wine and Olive Oil. in Nutrients, 2019