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CHOChinese Hamster Ovary
CHOCarbohydrate (chemical formula Carbon Hydrogen Oxygen)
CHOChemical Hygiene Officer
CHOChief Happiness Officer (work happiness expert)
CHOCommunity Health Outreach (various locations)
CHOChief Health Officer (corporate title)
CHOCommunity Hospital of Ottawa (Illinois)
CHOContinuous Hours of Operation (software testing)
CHOCommunity Health Organization
CHOCommunity Health Officer
CHOCambodian Hope Organization (religious non-profit)
CHOCameron Highlanders of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada)
CHOCMOS Harmonic Oscillator
CHOChief Household Officer
CHOCharlottesville, VA, USA - Charlottesville/Albemarle (Airport Code)
CHOCentre Hospitalier d'Orsay (French: Orsay Hospital Center; Orsay, France)
CHOChildren's Hospital of Oklahoma
CHOCanadian Hemophilia Outcomes
CHOClub Hématopoïèse et Oncogenèse (French: Hematopoiesis and Oncogenesis Club; French Society of Hematology)
CHOCertified Hotel Owner (certification)
CHOChief Humanitarian Officer
CHOChuan Hup Offshore
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The overall market for Low Carbohydrate Nutrition Bars is relied upon to develop at a CAGR of generally xyz% throughout the following five years, will arrive at xyz million US$ in 2024, from xyz million US$ in 2019.
Do ketogenic diets provide metabolic benefits beyond those of moderate carbohydrate restriction, and especially for diabetes?
ISLAMABAD -- Foods high in carbohydrates - found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes - may help you reduce body weight and fat as well as improve insulin function, suggests a study challenging previous beliefs.
Researchers estimated that from the age of 50, the average life expectancy was an additional 33 years for those with moderate carbohydrate intake - four years longer than those with very low carbohydrate consumption, and one year longer than those with high consumption.
"The source of food notably modifies the association between carbohydrate intake and mortality," the authors write.
Results showed a U-shape association between overall carbohydrate intake and life expectancy, with low (less than 40% of calories from carbohydrates) and high (more than 70%) intake of carbohydrates associated with a higher risk of mortality compared with moderate intake (50%-55% of calories).
Keywords: Carbohydrate counting, Meal-time insulin, Basal insulin, Bolus insulin.
"A decrease in fat intake automatically led to an increase in carbohydrate consumption and our findings may explain why certain populations such as South Asians, who do not consume much fat but consume a lot of carbohydrates, have higher mortality rates," Mahshid Dehghan, the study's lead author, said in a (https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-08/mu-iss082517.php) press release.
Early research cited the maximum rate of exogenous carbohydrate oxidation to be ~1 g/min.
Panning over to the subset of our population that is endurance athletes, at first glance it may seem counterintuitive to even consider a low carbohydrate diet.
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