Restrictive diet may increase risk of gallstones, study says

06/10/2013 | Reuters

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.

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