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Carbohydrate Intake and Closed-Loop Insulin Delivery System during Two Subsequent Pregnancies in Type 1 Diabetes

We therefore wanted to investigate glycemic control obtained by using HCLs and its connection with carbohydrate intake in type 1 diabetes pregnancy. During their first pregnancy and HCL use during the subsequent pregnancy, we included results from women with a sensor-augmented pump during their first pregnancy and HCL use during subsequent pregnancy. 6. 6% vs. 0. 6% in the first and second pregnancies, respectively, with age 30. 2 vs. 33. 0 vs. 35 years, diabetes duration 23 years, and baseline HbA 1c 0. 7% vs. 6. 7 vs. 6. 6 % in the first and second pregnancies. 69. 1 vs. 78. 6 percent, p = 0. 045, with the HCLs showing longer glucose levels than SAP. In a small group of pregnant women with type 1 diabetes, a small group of pregnant women with type 1 diabetes were attributed to improved glycemic control.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/metabo12111137


Higher carbohydrate intake in relation to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in patients with type 2 diabetes

Background:Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is an overlooked complication of type 2 diabetes. MethodsThis multi-sectional study found that although dietary carbohydrates play a significant role in intrahepatic fat synthesis, liver steatosis in patients with T2D in patients with T2D is not fully investigated. Although liver steatosis has been present in patients with T2D patients, there has been no evidence of liver steatosis in patients with T2D patients. paraphrasedoutput:ConclusionIn the total sample, carbohydrate intake was found to be highly associated with liver steatosis in those aged 50 years and below, with a strong correlation between carbohydrate intake and CAP values in patients aged 226–450 years; however, multi linear regression analysis revealed a strong connection between carbohydrate intake and CAP values in patients aged 50 years and below. To establish the causality between carbohydrate intake and liver steatosis, further research is required.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fnut.2022.996004


Effect of Carbohydrate Intake on Maximal Power Output and Cognitive Performances

The present research was designed to determine the positive effects of acute carbohydrate intake on muscular and cognitive function. Anyone in explosive sports was in a random, double-blind study consisting of six sprints with a passive recovery followed by 15 minutes suboptim cycling after either maltodextrine and fructose or placebo intake. Exercise on VS task under both conditions and on SRT only during CHO conditions, showing a positive effect of exercise on VS tasks. SRT was quicker after exercise in the CHO condition, but no effect of exercise was observed in the Pl condition, although no effect of exercise was observed in the Pl condition. In addition, a highly probable positive effect of CHO was found on SRT and a potential positive influence on image scanning and Go/Nogo tasks with no change in accuracy.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/sports4040049


Association between Dietary Carbohydrate Intake and Control of Blood Pressure in Patients with Essential Hypertension

However, no studies have aggregated to investigate the relationship between carbohydrate intake and blood pressure control in patients with hypertension. Following the covariates' adjustment, fewer CEPs in Q1 and Q2 were significantly linked to higher risks of poor SBP control. Conclusions: A lower dietary CEP is a risk factor for SBP monitoring, while a healthy CEP of 56% to 66% is ideal for BP control in patients with essential hypertension.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare10112245


Sweet Taste Receptor TAS1R2 Polymorphism (Val191Val) Is Associated with a Higher Carbohydrate Intake and Hypertriglyceridemia among the Population of West Mexico

The purpose of this research was to determine the connection of the TAS1R2 gene polymorphism in West Mexican populations' carbohydrate intake and HTG. Val/Val genotype carriers had a higher intake of total carbohydrates, fiber, and servings of cereals and vegetables than other genotype carriers. The Val/Val genotypes showed a greater risk of HTG than the Ile/Val and Ile/Ile genotypes compared to the Ile/Val and Ile/Ile genotypes. In addition, the Val/Val genotype was associated with approximately 30% higher triglycerides compared to the Ile/Val and Ile/Ile genotypes. In conclusion, the Val/Val genotype of TAS1R2 was related to a higher carbohydrate intake and HTG.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu8020101


Effect of preoperative oral liquid carbohydrate intake on blood glucose, fasting-thirst, and fatigue levels: a randomized controlled study

Results: In the intervention group and control group, respectively, the mean blood glucose levels in the first postoperative hour were 90. 90 u00b1 13. 56 mg. dL-1 and 107. 00 u00b1 15. 84 mg. dL-1. According to their corresponding postoperative mean fasting scores in the 24th postoperative hour, the average fatigue scores were 5. 56 - 5. 80 and 5. 46 respectively, with corresponding postoperative mean fasting scores of 5. 54 and 5. 86. 78. 76 and 5. 76, respectively. Patients'u2019 postoperative blood glucose and thirst levels were found to be positively affected by oral intake of liquid carbohydrate prior to spinal anesthesia.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjane.2021.02.053


Impact of maternal dietary carbohydrate intake and vitamin D-related genetic risk score on birth length: the Vitamin D Pregnant Mother (VDPM) cohort study

Abstract Background Our aim was to investigate the correlation between maternal vitamin D status and IGF-1 levels in healthy Minangkabau pregnant women and their influence on newborn anthropometry findings and see if this relationship could be modified by dietary intake using a nutrigenetic approach. Using linear regression analysis, the effect of the GRSs on IGF-1, vitamin D, and newborn anthropometry, as well as the relationship between the GRSs and dietary factors was investigated. Compared to babies born to mothers with fewer risk alleles, pregnant women with higher carbohydrate intake and who had u22652 risk alleles of VDR-GRS gave birth to babies with significantly shorter birth lengths than those born to babies with 2 risk alleles. Conclusion This review found no relationship between VDR-GRS and carbohydrate intake on birth length results that was novel.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-022-05020-3


Emotional eating is related to carbohydrate intake in active women

Abstract BACKGROUND Physical activity can improve eating habits in relation to dietary habits shifts. BACKGROUND Physical fitness may have a role in diet changes. Uncontrolled eating was associated with increased carbohydate intake for women, and fat-free mass media content was linked to less Emotional eating solely in men. There were no differences in energy and macronutrient intake between training and non-training days. CONCLUSION Regular physical exercise is linked to improved eating habits, but women may find it difficult to maintain or lose weight due to increased levels of emotional eating.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1590/s1980-6574201600040020


Associations of overall and specific carbohydrate intake with anxiety status evolution in the prospective NutriNet-Santé population-based cohort

Abstract We investigated the connection between carbohydrate intake and fear change within the general population of NutriNet-Santu00e9 cohort. According to Polytomous logistic regression studies, sweetened beverage intake was correlated with increased risk of u201cTransientu201d anxiety. Untu201d anxiety was found with higher odds of u201cPersistent anxiety, intakes of total carbohydrates, and complex carbohydrates, according to the u201d's version, while 100% fruit juice intake showed lower odds of u201d anxiety. u201d: The % energy from carbohydrates, total carbohydrates, complex carbohydrates, and complex carbohydrates were correlated with increased risk of u201d anxiety. Among French adults, this prospective research revealed significant links between diet carbohydrate intake and anxiety status change.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-25337-5


Effects of 120 vs. 60 and 90 g/h Carbohydrate Intake during a Trail Marathon on Neuromuscular Function and High Intensity Run Capacity Recovery

The purpose of this review was to investigate and compare the effects of 120 g/h CHO intake during a mountain marathon on internal fitness load, peaking of high intensity running capacity, and recovery of peak endurance run capacity. Changes in Abalakov's time, Abalakov jump height, and half-squat test 1 repetition maximum between T1 and T2 showed significant differences between T1 and T2, but not in the HIGH group. Conclusions: 240 g/h CHO intake during a marathon can reduce neuromuscular exhaustion and enhance peak endurance of a strenuous run capacity 24 h after a physically demanding event of 90 g/h and 60 g/h, according to the author.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu12072094

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