The purpose of the current study was to quantify liver adiposity
in a chronic SCI population using FSF determined by MRI.
Dr Daniel W Belsky, an epidemiologist at Duke University School of Medicine in North Carolina, US, says in children with obesity genes, "adiposity
rebound occurs earlier and higher.
In addition to BMI, waist circumference (WC) in children and adolescents is correlated with abdominal adiposity
and is associated with risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and metabolic disorders (29).
Significant associations between C-reactive protein levels, body adiposity
distribution and peripheral blood cells in school-age children.
In experimental studies in rats, several parameters, such as body weight (BW) (12,13), body mass index (14), total body fat (15), fat pad mass (15,16), adiposity
index (14,17), the Lee index (18,19), magnetic resonance imaging (20), and dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (21), have commonly been used to demonstrate increased adiposity
and investigate the mechanisms underlying obesity.
13, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- General and abdominal adiposity
are associated with mortality in a population of Mexican adults, according to a study published online Aug.
The findings come from an 8-week controlled trial presented at the annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, which set out to examine the impact of a daytime versus delayed eating schedule on body mass, adiposity
, and energy homeostasis in adults of normal weight.
An adjusted Vectra DA score was developed to account for three factors known to impact inflammation: age, gender and degree of adiposity
proxied either by serum leptin level or body mass index, or BMI.
Pregnancy contributes to an accumulation of abdominal adiposity
, which is an indicator of cardiometabolic dysfunction in later life.
Obesity-related adverse health consequences occur predominately in individuals with upper body fat accumulation, the detrimental distribution, commonly associated with visceral obesity. Abdominal obesity is more common among South Asians than general adiposity
in contrast to whites, who have only a slightly higher rate of abdominal adiposity
, and blacks who actually have a lower rate of abdominal obesity than general obesity. Abdominal obesity is seen with increased prevalence in South Asians even among those who have a body mass index (BMI) <25 kg/[m.sup.2].
The visceral adiposity
index (VAI) is proposed to be a simple and low-cost tool for the evaluation of adipose tissue dysfunction and its associated cardiometabolic risk in adult population (5).