Higher fruit and vegetable consumption linked to lower risk of early death for dialysis patients
Higher consumption of fruits and vegetables may be associated with a lower risk of premature death in patients undergoing maintenance hemodialysis, according to a study published January 31, 2019 in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. Compared with patients who had 0–5.5 servings of combined fruits and vegetables per week, those who had 5.6–10 servings and those who had more than 10 servings had 10% and 20% lower risks of dying from any cause, respectively, as well as
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