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- Amiot, M. J.; Riva, C.; Vinet, A.
- Obesity reviews 2016 v.17 no.7 pp. 573-586
- waist circumference, etc ; Citrus; Mediterranean diet; anti-inflammatory activity; blood glucose; blood pressure; body mass index; cinnamon; clinical trials; foods; green tea; hesperidin; humans; hyperlipidemia; inflammation; isoflavones; lipid metabolism; metabolic syndrome; obesity; oxidative stress; patients; polyphenols; quercetin; resveratrol; small fruits; systematic review; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... Dietary polyphenols constitute a large family of bioactive substances potential beneficial effect on metabolic syndrome (MetS). This review summarizes the results of clinical studies on patients with MetS involving the chronic supplementation of a polyphenol‐rich diet, foods, extracts or with single phenolics on the features of MetS (obesity, dyslipidemia, blood pressure and glycaemia) and associa ...
- Lo, K.; Wong, M.; Khalechelvam, P.; Tam, W.
- Obesity reviews 2016 v.17 no.12 pp. 1258-1275
- waist circumference, etc ; adiposity; adolescents; adults; blood pressure; body mass index; children; databases; hyperglycemia; hyperlipidemia; hypertension; meta-analysis; metabolic syndrome; models; risk factors; screening; triacylglycerols; variance; waist-to-height ratio; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Waist‐to‐height ratio (WHtR) is superior to body mass index and waist circumference for measuring adult cardio‐metabolic risk factors. However, there is no meta‐analysis to evaluate its discriminatory power in children and adolescents. A meta‐analysis was conducted using multiple databases, including Embase and Medline. Studies were included that utilized receiver‐operating characteristics curve a ...