Friday, February 22, 2019
Analysis of Nutrition News
Boosting Key Milk Nutrients May Help Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk ScienceDailyThe report (ScienceDaily screen 1) mainly focused on the master(prenominal) contributions of vitamin D, calcium and magnesium in risk taproom for diabetes most in particular the type 2 diabetes. (qtd in ScienceDaily, screen 1)The language used is reasonably comprehensive with the use of familiar words and with only a fewer technical terms. The authors understanding of the previously reported findings is satisfactory to allow him or to allow her to thoroughly explain the findings of the studies presented. In two studies conducted by Pittas et al. and Larsson et al., meta-analyses approaches were conducted to obtain the results. (qtd in ScienceDaily, screen 1)Studies performed were mainly based on American diet, therefore similar studies may be conducted to evaluate whether these findings practise for other racial and ethnic populations. These information would really be serviceable for individuals wh o have diabetes or are at risk of developing diabetes as well as the general population for the promotion of health and prevention of disease.However, to a reader without extensive nutritional background, results of this study may be misleading. The report may mislead by giving the reader the conceit that drinking milk alone will be prevention plenteous against diabetes. Other preventive measures for diabetes should have been included in the report to countermand misinterpretation.ReferenceScienceDaily. Boosting Key Milk Nutrients May Help Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk. (13 July 2007). 16 July 2007 .