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The Dietary Science Foundation’s 2022: Groundbreaking studies start to yield results


The past year brought exciting dietary news. Preliminary data from the study of diet for IBS show that dietary treatments can be more effective for stomach pain than medicine. Another study the Dietary Science Foundation has contributed to has revealed that it’s possible to eat a nearly normal amount of food and still lose weight. […]

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Important diet study on type 2 diabetes receives millions

The Dietary Science Foundation has a fabulous piece of news! Nutritionist Kristin Amundsen, who is running the study of diet for type 2 diabetes, has received a scholarship for almost 2,4 million Norwegian crowns (approximately 230,000 euros) for her work. The study has also received attention on the Norwegian public service national news program.  Dietary […]

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New study challenges theories about weight loss, fat and calories

diet | keto | ketogenic diet | lchf | low-carbohydrate | low-fat diet | obesity | Weight loss |

Yet another study the Dietary Science Foundation has supported has been published; this time a study of diet and obesity. The results go against several established theories in the area. Participants lost a substantial amount of weight despite an almost normal calorie intake. The amount of fat or carbohydrate in the diet made no difference […]

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An update from the Dietary Science Foundation:
Exciting results from the study of diet for IBS


Preliminary data is in from the first study the Dietary Science Foundation contributed to, diet for IBS, and the results are exciting. The dietary treatments used in the study appear to be more effective for stomach pains than drugs. More good news is that the study of diet for type 2-diabetes has been launched. Here’s […]

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2021 in review: the Dietary Science Foundation’s first study is published


2021 included a milestone for the Dietary Science Foundation. For the first time the results of a study that we have contributed to were published. Here’s 2021 in review and some things we can look forward to during 2022. Time to look at 2021 in review. First and foremost we’d like to thank everyone who […]

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Short-term fasting and a low-carbohydrate diet are effective treatments for fatty liver disease

5:2-diet | 5:2-fasting | fatty liver disease | Intermittent fasting | lchf | low-carbohydrate | NAFLD | non-alcoholic fatty liver disease |

Today supporters of the Dietary Science Foundation can be happy and proud. For the first time we’re able to present the results of a study we have helped fund: the study of diet for fatty liver disease. It has shown that 5:2 and LCHF diets can counteract fatty liver, thereby preventing liver cancer, cirrhosis and […]

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The Dietary Science Foundation’s 2020 in review:
A year when we’ve mostly been looking forward to 2021


The effects of the corona pandemic on the Dietary Science Foundation have been mild compared to the rest of society. In 2020 we managed to raise approximately 142,000 euros which will help launch the study of diet for type 2 diabetes. Here’s the year in review and some things we’re looking forward to in 2021. […]

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An update from the Dietary Science Foundation:
Six years, six vital dietary studies

dietary science | fatty liver | ibs | nutrition | obesity | science | sugar | type 1 diabetes | type 2-diabetes |

The Dietary Science Foundation was founded six years ago, and has since helped finance six different research projects. Some are the largest of their kind in their fields. It’s time to summarize what’s been happening, and we also want to share some good news: the results of the study of diet and fatty liver have […]

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Two of DSF’s studies have finished

Dietary Science Foundation | fatty liver | ketogenic diet | low-carbohydrate | nutrition | obesity |

We finally got what we’ve been waiting for: the completion of a study the Dietary Science Foundation has helped finance. And not just one but two studies have crossed the finish line. We will have access to the results after the researchers have analyzed and published the data in scientific journals. Research is not for […]

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850,000 € invested in a study of diet for type 2 diabetes

counter weight plus | Dietary Science Foundation | food for health | ketogenic diet | lchf | low-carb | nutrition science | type 2-diabetes |

The Dietary Science Foundation has terrific news once again: the study that aims to help people reverse their type 2 diabetes disease can finally get started. The Swedish insurance company Skandia is contributing 450,000 euros to the Swedish part of the project, and the Dietary Science Foundation is giving nearly 400,000 euros over three years. […]

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