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Efficacy and Tolerability of the Ketogenic Diet Compared to the Mediterranean Diet in a Cohort of Overweight/Obese Patients: Effects on Anthropometric and Metabolic Parameters

"— Background: According to the World Health Organisation and the Global Burden of Disease Study, a healthy and balanced diet may significantly reduce the incidence and prevalence of the key chronic diseases. " Objectives: Setting aside pharmaceutical and surgical interventions, our aim is to determine the safety and tolerability of two different diets, Mediterranean Diet and Ketogenic Diet, in a cohort of overweight/ obese patients and evaluate the effects that these have on anthropometric and metabolic measurements. Methods: The study includes 60 people divided into two groups; a first group of 30 people followed a Mediterranean diet, while the other group, which is also composed of 30 people, followed a ketogenic diet. In participants who followed the Mediterranean diet versus those who followed a ketogenic diet, there is a greater risk of subjects suffering from arterial hypertension, type 2 diabetes mellitus, treated with diuretics and oral hypoglycemic agents. People on the ketogenic diet have a greater decrease in body mass index, body mass index, waist circumference, waist circumference, waist circumference, waist-hip index, waist circumference, waist circumference, waist circumference, waist circumference, waist circumference, waist-hip ratio, fat mass, and visceral fat mass after 3 weeks of nutritional therapy compared to those on the Mediterranean diet. Conclusions: The results of this research reveal that after four months of nutritional therapy, there was a greater acceptance of the ketogenic diet compared to the Mediterranean diet in limiting some anthropometric variables and some metabolic parameters.

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Effect of Untreated and Alkaline Treated Melon Husk Diets on the Hematological Indices and Blood Chemistry of Broilers, Metabolic Trial, and Muscle PH

"The five diets contained a control diet with 0% or 0% of inclusion of melon husk, 10%, and 20% of untreated melon husk; the 10% and 20% percentage of inclusion of Alkaline treated melon husk as a substitute for maize. The result obtained for the single effect of inclusion for ether extract and the nitrogen-free extract was significantly affected by the level of inclusion. Since the muscle pH is not adversely affected, blood tests were found to be higher in the diet containing melon husk to control diet.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6596677


Effects of preeclampsia and eclampsia on maternal metabolic and biochemical outcomes in later life: a systematic review and meta-analysis

"Objective: To investigate the correlation between preeclampsia and eclampsia on subsequent metabolic and biochemical measurements. " Following delivery, we searched five engines until November 2018 for research examining PE/E's effects on metabolic and biochemical outcomes. PE was defined as the presence of hypertension and proteinuria at > 20 weeks of pregnancy, whereas placebos did not have PE/E. Effects were reported as a risk difference or mean difference, as well as their 95% confidence interval and their 95% confidence interval. In comparison to controls, PE/E dramatically raised systolic BP, diastolic BP, waist, and hip indices, glucose, insulin, triglycerides, glucose, insulin, HOMA-IR index, C reactive protein, and MetS. In an intermediate to long-term follow-up period, women with PE/E had a shorter metabolic and biochemical profile than those without PE/E.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6570894


Relationships between changes in EEG and some metabolic parameters in patients of Truskavets' spa

U0017b ukow Xa w ery, Zakanyak Nataliya R. , Popovych Dariya V. , Popovych Igor L. , Lech A. , Tusen Kushneruk Anatoliy V. , Popovych Dariya V. , Popovych Dariya V. , Popovych Dariya V. , u0017b u017b ukow Xa ya u Xa u e u w u w ya R. , Popovych Dariya V. , Popovych Dariya V. , Popovych Dariya V. 2021 Authors 2021 The Authors 2021; This article by Stephen Leo Varadkar is published in this issue with open access at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland, Open Access. This is an open access article licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non commercial license Share alike. This is an open access article licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Act (Cert) Non commercial license This is an open access article licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non commercial license Share alike. U017b ukow w ery yankoes physiology and some physiological parameters in patients of Truskavets' U017b National Medical University, Ternopil, Ukraine, Xa john utchi, Ukraine – Khovnery University of Nurember 4, Ukraine, Darakhobe, Ukraine (tekha T. Ogury Tekhoe 1921b B esu2019: u2019, Ukraine Xa tu2019 a Xa ya e zat e u2019 ton u2019 Xa Physio u2019 spa tok Bru Xa K. xa Bru tok ton tok, Bru xa & Xa Bru Xa Bru tok Brutok e Bru Bruz toka Brutono Brutonovia Bruce Brutono Bru Bruton Brut In Truskavetsu2019 spa patients, we discovered associations between EEG/HRV parameters and plasma/ urine electrolytes concentrations. In remission, 22 men aged 23-70 years old who underwent rehabilitation of chronic pyelonephritis and cholecystitis were the object of interest. Changes in neurodynamics by 99,8 percent and 99,4% respectively, judging by the coefficient of determination, shifts in the concentrations of electrolytes and nitric metabolites in the urine and plasma are mediated by changes in neurodynamics. Balneotherapy has an effect on the exchange of electrolytes and nitrogen metabolites across the CNS. ".

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6568227


Metabolic engineering of Clostridium ljungdahlii for the production of hexanol and butanol from CO2 and H2

"Background : To combat climate change's impacts and protect depletioning fossil resources, it's imperative to replace fossil fuels and petrochemicals with renewable alternatives. " Results: A 17. 9-kb gene cluster containing 13 genes from C. kluyveri and C. acetobutylicum for butanol and hexanol biosynthesis, was converted into C. ljungdahlii by conjugation, incorporating 13 genes from C. kluyveri and C. acetobutylicum for butanol and hexanol biosynthesis. We removed the first-round select marker from CRISPR/Cas9 and embedded an additional 7. 8 kb gene cluster containing 6 genes from C. carboxidivorans from C. carboxidivorans. Conclusions: We then established the function of the butanol/hexanol biosynthesis genes and achieved hexanol biosynthesis in the syngas-fermenting species C. ljungdahlii for the first time, reaching the corresponding C. carboxidivorans' naturally occurring levels. Hexanol was produced without selection by the genomic integration strain, and is therefore suitable for continuous fermentation processes. ".

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