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- Fayaz, Elham; Damirchi, Arsalan; Zebardast, Nozhat; Babaei, Parvin
- Nutrition 2019
- adipokines; blood glucose; blood serum; cinnamon; diabetes; exercise; females; glucose; herbal medicines; insulin; insulin resistance; laboratory animals; lipid composition; low density lipoprotein; menopause; metabolic syndrome; ovariectomy; rats; tumor necrosis factor-alpha; waist circumference; women
- ... : The incidence of metabolic syndrome (MetS) in menopausal women is one of the main concerns of health cares. Metabolic syndrome clusters have been known to be related to imbalance in pro and anti-inflammatory adipokines such as SFRP5 and WNT5A. WNT5A induces inflammatory state to induce insulin resistance and further pathological consequences. Recent strategies to prevent progressions of MetS tow ...
- de Souza Leão, Leila Sicupira Carneiro; de Aquino, Luana Azevedo; Dias, Juliana Furtado; Koifman, Rosalina Jorge
- Nutrition 2019
- blood glucose; body mass index; body weight; diastolic blood pressure; high density lipoprotein cholesterol; low calorie diet; metabolic syndrome; oat bran; patients; remission; soluble fiber; statistical analysis; triacylglycerols; waist circumference; weight loss
- ... It is unclear whether addition of soluble fiber to a low-calorie diet potentializes weight loss and amelioration of metabolic syndrome (MetS). We analyzed the effects of oat bran on prevalence of MetS and associated disorders.A pragmatic, randomized, controlled, six-week nutritional trial was carried out in 154 outpatients (mean age 47.6 ± 12.6 years). The intervention group (n=83) received a low- ...