diabesity


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diabesity

n (Med) → Diabetes fwegen Fettleibigkeit
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The minister made this recommendation while inaugurating the International Conference on Countering Diabesity in Gulf countries at the King Faisal Conference Hall in Riyadh.
The doctors quoted recommendations made by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) which have suggested a three-pronged strategy of weight loss, good nutrition and active lifestyle to stem the unbridled diabesity epidemic.
But, as Dr Chinnadorai Rajeswaran, a Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust consultant physician with a special interest in obesity and chairman of the National Diabesity Forum, says: "For some patients it is the only solution and we should be doing more of these operations.
Dietary curcumin significantly improves obesity-associated inflammation and diabetes in mouse models of diabesity.
India today sits on the ticking time bomb of two closely interlinked epidemics- Obesity and Type 2 diabetes, aptly termed DIABESITY, Diabetic Living India reported.
It will be left inside the subjects undergoing the diabesity study for a year.
10] Researchers have even coined a new term, diabesity, to acknowledge that these two conditions often coexist.
The strategic impact of PREVIEW concerns the massive problems associated with the global diabesity epidemic (obesity and type-2 diabetes) and therefore includes partners from Europe (East, West, North and South) and Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.
We know that fat consumption is tied to many chronic disease conditions such as CVD, diabesity, nephropathy, hepatopathy, neuro-endocrine and neuropathic syndrome, arthritis and cancer.
Kaufman offers a frank - verging on frightening - discussion of ``the emergence of diabesity,'' the dual epidemic of obesity and diabetes, and also the book's namesake.
Kaufman offers critical advice for our generation: "To stop the diabesity epidemic, the new normal must become not just an individual but a societal choice.
Francine Kaufman, Head of the Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles and the author of the up-coming book Diabesity.