More people on a very restrictive crash diet developed gallstones than did those on a low-calorie eating plan, according to a study from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden published in the International Journal of Obesity. Researchers could not determine the reason for the difference.
Restrictive diet may increase risk of gallstones, study says
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