Women with metabolic syndrome
who took estrogen alone had a smaller increase in risk, but they were still at significantly higher risk than women with metabolic syndrome
who did not take hormones.
Recently, researchers from Loma Linda University used data from a large study of Seventh-day Adventists to examine the relationship between dietary patterns and metabolic syndrome
Health news reported that the findings indicated that enriching the diet of mice with the fermentable fiber insulin prevented metabolic syndrome
that is induced by a high-fat diet and they identified specifically how this occurs in the body.
Individuals with fasting plasma glucose < 110 mg/dL and without the minimum of three features of the metabolic syndrome
set by the Inclusion criteria were enrolled as the control group.
Material and method: The study included 61 patients with obesity, 51 patients with metabolic syndrome
and 59 healthy controls aged 10-16 years.
GDM is a known risk factor for type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome
, but it hasn't been clear until now how subsequent pregnancies influence the risk, reported Michael Varner, MD, of the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, and his coauthors (Obstet Gynecol.
Due to increased abdominal adiposity and insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome
is accompanied by chronic low-grade inflammation.
The findings point out that a high risk for schizophrenia implies a certain risk for patients to develop metabolic syndrome
independent of treatment effects," said Dr.
Methodology: Age and gender matched 40 subjects with metabolic syndrome
and 40 control groups took part in this study.
We suggest such a term for Metabolic Syndrome
in South Asia, using the basic term 'DHOL'.
is highly prevalent in type 2 diabetic patients and is a strong risk factor for cardiovascular diseases in such patients.
As defined by WHO and IDF, variables of metabolic syndrome
studied were BMI, hypertension, hyperglycemia and hyperlipidemia.