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High glycemic index diet increases the risk of gallbladder disease 26 percent
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Gallbladder disease is 26 percent more common in the one-fifth of people eating a diet with the highest glycemic index or highest glycemic load compared to the one-fifth eating a diet with the lowest glycemic index / glycemic load according to a study from the University of Sydney in Sydney, Australia. Conclusion
Conclusion: Low glycemic index diets reduce the risk of certain diseases
“Low-GI and/or low-GL diets are independently associated with a reduced risk of certain chronic diseases,” the authors of the paper concluded.
Data from 37 studies analyzed
The study analyzed data from 37 studies.
Barclay A, Petocz P, Mcmillan-Price J, Flood V, Prvan T, Mitchell P, Brand-Miller JC. Glycemic index, glycemic load, and chronic disease risk—a meta-analysis of observational studies. Am J Clin Nutr. 2008 Mar, 87(3):627-37.
AUTHOR’S CONTACT INFORMATION
J. C. Brand-Miller
Human Nutrition Unit
University of Sydney
Sydney, NSW, Australia 2006
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