Metabolic Syndrome Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Second generation probiotics: 'We're only scratching the surface...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | NutraIngredients

    ... are now targeting areas such as metabolic activity with potential indications for diabetes type 2 metabolic syndrome," he said. "In addition, the gut brain axis has now become a major focus with evidence beginning to grow that probiotics can impact ...

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  2. Vanderbilt-led study shows high-salt diet decreases thirst, increases hungerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | Medical News Today

    ... . Our findings suggest that there is much more to know - a high salt intake may predispose to metabolic syndrome," Titze said. Support for the studies came largely from the German Federal Ministry for Economics and Technology, the Interdisciplinary ...

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  3. New studies to shed more light on laminitis and equine endocrine issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | Horsetalk

    ... of equine endocrinology, with emphasis on PPID (pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction) and EMS (equine metabolic syndrome)/insulin dysregulation. Members of the Waltham International Laminitis and Obesity Research Consortium gave nine of the 50 ...

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  4. Effects Of A High-Salt Diet On The Body: The Surprising Way Sodium Is Linked to Hunger And ThirstRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | Medical Daily

    ... hypertension. Our findings suggest that there is much more to know-a high salt intake may predispose to metabolic syndrome," Jens Titze, M.D., study co-author said in MedicalXpress. The Centers for Disease Control recommends that a healthy adult ...

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  5. High-Fat, High-Carb Diet Causes ArthritisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | News Max

    ... the meat fat in the diet with lauric acid we found decreased signs of cartilage deterioration and metabolic syndrome so it seems to have a protective effect," said researcher Sunder Sekar. He said fatty acids could cause tissue inflammation ...

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  6. Osteoarthritis linked to high-fat dietRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | Medical News Today

    ... the meat fat in the diet with lauric acid, [they] found decreased signs of cartilage deterioration and metabolic syndrome, so it seems to have a protective effect." The researchers conclude that: "Replacement of traditional diets containing ...

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  7. High-fat, high-carb diet a cause of osteoarthritisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | Science Blog

    ... the meat fat in the diet with lauric acid we found decreased signs of cartilage deterioration and metabolic syndrome so it seems to have a protective effect," Mr Sekar said. "We tested a variety of saturated fats and found that long term use of ...

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  8. Research sheds new light on the body's response to high salt intakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | Medical News

    ... ypertension. Our findings suggest that there is much more to know -- a high salt intake may predispose to metabolic syndrome," Titze said.

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  9. Your NEJM Group Today: Cushing's Review / Pregnancy Soon After...Read the original story

    Monday Apr 17 | Journal Watch

    NEJM Clinical Practice Center: Review: Only three biochemical tests - urinary free cortisol, plasma corticotropin, and plasma cortisol measurements - are needed to distinguish patients with Cushing's syndrome from those with obesity or the metabolic syndrome. Read more at the link below.

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  10. Study Shows High-Salt Diet Decreases Thirst, Increases HungerRead the original story

    Monday Apr 17 | Newswise

    ... hypertension. Our findings suggest that there is much more to know a high salt intake may predispose to metabolic syndrome," Titze said. Support for the studies came largely from the German Federal Ministry for Economics and Technology, the ...

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  11. The popular 'paleo' diet is based on a mythRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... idea is that our diets have changed too quickly for our genes to keep up; and the result is said to be "metabolic syndrome," a cluster of conditions including elevated blood pressure, high blood-sugar level, obesity, and abnormal cholesterol levels. ...

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  12. Science says you should be eating avocados every dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | MSN Living

    Here is some very good news for guacamole lovers everywhere: A new review of scientific literature suggests that eating avocado is a simple way to prevent metabolic syndrome. Dubbed " the new silent killer ," metabolic syndrome is the term used to describe a combination of three or more risk factors for heart disease and diabetes .

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  13. The "True" Human DietRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | Scientific American

    ... idea is that our diets have changed too quickly for our genes to keep up; and the result is said to be "metabolic syndrome," a cluster of conditions including elevated blood pressure, high blood-sugar level, obesity, and abnormal cholesterol levels. ...

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  14. Association between serum retinol-binding protein 4 concentrations...Read the original story

    Saturday Apr 15 | CiteULike

    ... the association between serum RBP4 concentrations and clinical indicators of diabetes, renal function, metabolic syndrome and obesity in subjects with type 2 diabetes. MEDLINE, EMBASE and CINAHL databases were searched from 2005 through November ...

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  15. Diet and exercise are the first approach used to reduce cholesterol levels.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 15 | Times of Oman

    ... increases the risk of heart disease. It is as bad as LDL cholesterol. It is also considered to be sign of metabolic syndrome. For example if a person is overweight mainly at the tummy area and eat a lot of fatty and sugary foods, they are more ...

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  16. New research says eat an avocado every dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 15 | WPTV Local News

    According to a new study that we like very much, an avocado a day really does keep the doctor away. Scientists are saying that eating avocados can be a good way to prevent metabolic syndrome, known as " the new silent killer ."

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  17. The Sexual Impact of Diabetes on WomenRead the original story

    Friday Apr 14 | Psychology Today

    ... Rates are highest among African-Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans. In addition, pre-diabetes or "metabolic syndrome"-including blood sugar higher than normal but not quite diabetes-affects an astonishing 35 percent of adult Americans, some ...

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  18. Optimum Performance: Live longer -- HealthyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 14 | NOLA.com

    ... in Boston found that drinking one or more regular or diet colas every day doubles your risk of metabolic syndrome--a cluster of conditions, including high blood pressure, elevated insulin levels, and excess fat around the waist, that increase your ...

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  19. A New Science-Backed Excuse to Eat More AvocadoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 14 | Phillymag.com

    ... and found that eating the green stuff on the daily seemed to be pretty darn effective at warding off metabolic syndrome (that's the term to describe having three or more risk factors for heart disease and diabetes). VICTORY. [ Health ] a If you ...

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  20. Retinol-binding protein 4 inhibits insulin signaling in adipocytes by ...Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 13 | CiteULike

    ... is secreted from adipocytes and liver. Serum RBP4 levels correlate highly with insulin resistance, other metabolic syndrome factors, and cardiovascular disease. Elevated serum RBP4 causes insulin resistance, but the molecular mechanisms are unknown. ...

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