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Higher Diet Quality in African-American Adolescents Is Associated with Lower Odds of Metabolic Syndrome: Evidence from the NHANES

ABSTRACT BACKGROUND Background: The emergence of atherosclerotic cardiovascular events in adulthood has been attributed to the onset of metabolic syndrome in adolescence. Given the increasing prevalence of obesity and MetS among African-American youth, there is a need to establish a correlation between MetS and modifiable risk factors, such as diet control, since these results may improve preventative and therapeutic approaches. Objectives of this research were to determine diet quality in AA adolescents and youth from the NHANES' Alternative Healthy Eating Index 2010 and the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension pattern score, as well as investigating the relationship between diet quality with MetS and its components. People in the fourth quartile group of the DASH pattern scoring had 0. 63 times less chance of experiencing hypertensive BP than those in the lowest quartile.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/nxab027


Association of cholesterol and oxysterols in adipose tissue with obesity and metabolic syndrome traits

Abstract: Abstract Adipose tissue stores a significant amount of body cholesterol in humans. Adipose tissue abnormality during weight gain may be one of the metabolic syndrome's contributing factors. Methods The FAT expandability study found concentrations of cholesterol and oxysterols in 19 adult women with body mass index between 23 and 40 kg/m 2 were determined by HPLC-MS/MS. In both adipose tissues and 24S-hydroxycholesterol in visceral tissue, where cholesterol correlated with 24S-hydroxycholesterol was higher than with 27-hydroxycholesterol in 27-hydroxycholesterol, and 24S-hydroxycholesterol in 27-hydroxycholesterol, where cholesterol levels were higher than those with 27-hydroxycholesterol in 27-hydroxycholesterol and 27-hydroxycholesterol in 27-hydroxycholesterol and 27-cholesterol in both cholesterol hydroxycholesterol cholesterol in 24S-hydroxycholesterol in 24S-hydroxycholesterol in 24S-hydroxycholesterol in 27-hydroxycholesterol in 27-hydroxycholesterol in 24S-hydroxycholesterol in 24S-hydroxycholesterol in 27-hydroxycholesterol in 24S-hydroxycholesterol in 27-hydroxycholesterol in 27-hydroxycholesterol in 24S-hydroxycholesterol in 24S-hydroxycholesterol in 24S-hydroxycholesterol in 24S-cholesterol in 24 Conclusions: Adipose tissue oxysterols have been correlated with blood insulin and insulin resistance. In visceral adipose tissue, Tissue cholesterol was more closely linked to 27-hydroxycholesterol in subcutaneous adipose tissue and 24S-hydroxycholesterol in visceral adipose tissue. While adipose 24S-hydroxycholesterol levels seem to be related to certain metabolic syndrome symptoms and inflammation, some diabetic syndrome and inflammation, adipose ulcer formation, and inflammation, adipose 27-hydroxycholesterol may be able to them, adipose 27-hydroxycholesterol may have some protection against them.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1210/clinem/dgac188


Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome & Breast Cancer – short review

Breast cancer is the leading cause of death among women and the second leading cause of mortality in the entire world. This research investigated the future of predictive and prognostic biomarkers, such as Exosome, by altering the expression of distant cancer cells in the tumor microenvironment and breast cancer progression.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.37868/bes.v2i1.id182


Association between preventable risk factors and metabolic syndrome

Limited data is available on the connection between Met-S and avoidable risk factors in young adults. High blood sugar, elevated systolic and diastolic blood pressures, and elevated body mass index were all typical risk factors, according to the common risk factors, which included elevated blood sugar, elevated systolic and diastolic blood pressures, and elevated body mass index. Both estimates showed that prediabetes and diabetes were 55. 2 and 8. 4%. Met-S was found to be significantly higher among individuals with sedentary lifestyles. In conclusion, the results of this report show that military recruits, who represent healthy young adults, are also vulnerable to Met-S.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1515/med-2021-0397


Screening of metabolic syndrome in children and adolescents

Metabolic syndrome is thought to be a group of risk factors for cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. Depending on the diagnosis criteria, the prevalence of MS in children and teens reaches 6–39 percent. Consequently, the study was carried out along with the gene-rally approved criteria for MS early screening in children and adolescents. A cross sectional study was conducted on 155 children aged 9–18 years, which divided two groups: a group of children with MS, 90 children with MS on the back of abdominal obesity, and a group of children without MS — 65 children with normal body weight — 65 children with normal body mass.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0721.18.2.2022.1153


Sleep Satisfaction May Modify the Association between Metabolic Syndrome and BMI, Respectively, and Occupational Stress in Japanese Office Workers

Obesity and psychological strain are both vague and difficult. The aim is to investigate the relationship between metabolic syndrome and body mass index, as well as occupational strain among Japanese office workers. Occupational strain is self-reported using the Brief Work Stress Questionnaire, which is self-reported. BMI and MetS/pre-Mets were based on the participants' annual health check-up results. In participants with high sleep arousal, no significant associations have been found. Sleep satisfaction, according to the results of this research, can influence MetS and BMI, respectively, as well as occupational stress.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19095095


Inflammatory Markers and the Metabolic Syndrome in Pakistan

The main aim of the investigation was to determine the relationship between inflammatory markers and metabolic syndrome in the Pakistani population. This descriptive report was conducted in DHQ Hafizabad from July 2021 to December 2021. With measurable importance in the second gathering, C-receptive protein is more abundant than in the principal bunch. Patients with metabolic disorder contrasted and C-responsive protein have a less effective role in laying out proinflammatory and cardiovascular risk in patients with chronic disease and cardiovascular disease. Patients with a metabolic disease exhibit a fiery status, according to the FDA.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.9734/jpri/2022/v34i32a36108


Role of adiponektin and leptin in the development of metabolic syndrome and related obesity and type II diabetes mellitus

Every year, the number of people suffering from metabolic syndrome is on the rise. Associated obesity, type II diabetes mellitus, and type II diabetes mellitus are currently among the most common disorders.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.20340/vmi-rvz.2022.1.clin.3


Risk for cardiovascular disease associated with metabolic syndrome and its components: a 13-year prospective study in the RIVANA cohort

Abstract Background We wanted to investigate the link of metabolic syndrome and its single components with cardiovascular disease and estimated their effect on the prematurity of cardiovascular events in the use of rate advancement periods. Methods We performed prospective reviews among 3976 participants in the Vascular Risk in Navarre Study, a Mediterranean population-based cohort. MetS was associated with a higher risk of major cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular, and all-cause mortality in the United States, but there was no such association with an elevated risk of myocardial infarction or stroke. Participants in MetS' multivariable hazard ratio was 1. 32 for major cardiovascular disease, 3. 73 years with RAP of 3. 73 years, and 1. 45 for all-cause mortality. The degree of the interactions of MetS' single components of MetS was similar to MetS' forecasts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12933-020-01166-6


Gut bacteria-derived peptidoglycan induces a metabolic syndrome-like phenotype via NF-κB-dependent insulin/PI3K signaling reduction in Drosophila renal system

Abstract Abstract: Although microbiome-host interactions are common in stable conditions, gut microbiota dysbiosis can disrupt the host's physiological and behavioral parameters, mainly by yet unknown mechanisms. We investigated the effects of a gut chronic dysbiosis on host physiology using the Drosophila model. Adult flies were persistently infected with the non-pathogenic Erwinia carotorova caotovora bacteria, giving organ degeneration with organ degeneration resembling Metabolic Syndrome-associated pathologies, according to our findings. This work establishes a functional crosstalk between bacteria-derived peptidoglycan and the immune NF-B cascade, which is responsible for metabolic disease onset by lowering insulin signal transduction.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-70455-7

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