HEALTHFUL DIETARY PATTERNS AND RISK OF END-STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE: THE SINGAPORE CHINESE HEALTH STUDY
Year Published: 2020
Kidney International Reports
T. GENG, T. Jafar, W.P. Koh
"Among the individual components, higher consumption of nuts and legumes products, lower consumption of red/processed meat and sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) were significantly associated with a decreased risk of ESKD."
Key Findings: In this study, authors looked at the relationship between dietary patterns consumed and end-stage kidney disease.