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In Tehranian adults, we wanted to investigate the connection of recognized lifestyle causes, expressed as a healthy lifestyle score, and the risk of MetS. Participants of the Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study were recruited from among other participants of the Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study, which concluded with a mean of 6 years. A total of 3480 participants without MetS were recruited from among participants of the Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study's 64,000 participants. At baseline, dietary results were obtained using a validated food frequency questionnaire at baseline. HLS was measured in three ways among the participants based on four factors, including: no current smoking, no obesity, strenuous physical fitness, and a healthy eating pattern. There was no correlation between the higher score of HLSAHEI 2010, HLSMS, and HLSHDP with MetS risks in the age and sex adjusted model. After adjustment for confounding factors, the risk of MetS decreased across tertiles of HLS, and HLS. HDP.
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