Vegetables and exercise may not be glamorous, but they could save your life, expert report confirms
May 24, 2018
| By Diane Mapes / Fred Hutch News Service
Fred Hutch's Dr. Anne McTiernan was part of an international panel that just issued new cancer prevention recommendations. Read their top 10 tips for sidestepping the disease through diet, exercise and healthy habits.
'Not all carbohydrates are created equal'; study led by Marian Neuhouser and Johanna Lampe finds a 'slow carb' diet may reduce heart disease, cancer risk
Jan. 17, 2012
| By Kristen Woodward
Among overweight and obese adults, a diet rich in slowly digested carbohydrates, such as whole grains, legumes and other high-fiber foods, significantly reduces markers of inflammation associated with chronic disease, according to a new study by Hutchinson Center researchers. Such a low-glycemic-load diet, which does not cause blood-glucose levels to spike, also increases a hormone that helps regulate the metabolism of fat and sugar.
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