Health Claims Reference Documentation

  1. Based on;
    - Not smoking
    - Exercising 30 minutes each day
    - Consuming 1-2 alcoholic beverages each day
    - Following a healthy diet, including nutrient-rich diet including high intakes of vegetables, fruit, nuts, whole grains, healthy fats (omega-6 and omega-3); and low intakes of red and processed meats, sugar, trans fat, and sodium.
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  6. Hearing loss; women only
  7. Elderly population depression
  8. Brain atrophy with B vits and long-chain fatty acids
  9. Assmann anti aging with healthy dietary pattern.
  10. Folic acid in women.
  11. Age related macular degeneration
  12. Increase muscle strength with BCAAs
  13. Muscle work longer to exhaustion.
  14. Stronger appendicular muscles in sarcopenia patients with whey, leucine, vit D
  15. Increase risk inflammatory diet (sugar drinks, processed meats; low F&V)
  16. VLDL (700 kcal/day) 6-month, nutrient-dense.
  17. Children deficient one or more nutrients
  18. high choline intake.
  19. Fewer hip fractures with milk drinking (rich in calcium, D, B2, zinc, B12, magnesium).
  20. Yevo beta study.
  21. Nutrient Loading Challenge, in press
  22. Less photoaging from monounsaturated fats. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0044490
  23. Less wrinkle vitamin C.
  24. In those with low energy intake, there was 50% slower aging with nutrient-dense foods. doi:10.3945/jn.115.210740
  25. In diabets on nutrient-dense diet (two meal replacements/day) with exercise; less knee pain. LookAHEAD. doi:10.1002/acr.22544
  26. Stroke risk down from substituting 5% energy of dairy fat for vegetable oil.
  27. Lower LDL with low-fat, low-cholesterol diet (AHA diet).
  28. using POMS, a mood assesment tool, the depression score went down 16% in the group getting multivit and mineral.
  29. Bifidobacteria increased with accepted prebiotic fiber. doi: