Low-glycemic-load diet cuts inflammation marker in study

01/15/2012 | United Press International

A study in The Journal of Nutrition found that overweight and obese participants who followed a low-glycemic-load diet achieved a 22% reduction in C-reactive protein level. "Lowering inflammatory factors is important for reducing a broad range of health risks," lead author Marian Neuhouser said.

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