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Metabolic Syndrome (MetS): A study protocol of health-promotion lifestyle modification intervention

The best way to improve health is to promote wellness by leading a healthy lifestyle among young adults enrolled in higher learning institutions via health promotion. The effects of lifestyle change intervention services on perceived benefit-barrier behaviour, self-confidence, health-promoting lifestyle habits, and MetS parameter were tested in this report. This two-phase research: Cross-sectional and two-arm placebo controlled trials included 124 young adults who were randomly assigned either intervention or control groups randomly assigned either intervention or control groups. The intervention group will be given LMIP, while the controlled group will be given an information booklet. E-International Publishing House, Ltd. , UK, has published AMER ABRA cE-Bs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21834/ebpj.v6i18.3062


1485-P: Difference between Comprehensive Physical Fitness Age and Calendar Age Is a Potent Predictor of Incident Metabolic Syndrome (MetS)

Although grip strength, single-leg balance, and trunk flexibility are all predicted of type 2 diabetes and atherosclerosis, according to sources, comprehensive physical fitness training modified by age can have a direct effect on these cardiovascular risks. According to Japanese guidelines, there were 8,041 non-MetS people aged 22 to 86 y who underwent the physical endurance tests cited above yearly for 4 years. MetS was defined as a disease in Japan. PFI stands for the difference between physical fitness age and calendar age. We'll define PFI as the difference between physical fitness age and calendar age. According to a multivariate analysis, a 1. 38 fold and 1. 98 fold increased risk in the high PFI group compared to the moderate and low PFI groups revealed a 1. 38 fold and 1. 98 fold increase in risk. The PFI can be used as a non-invasive and simple screening device for those at elevated risk of cardiovascular disease, which is independent of calendar age in a Japanese population.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2337/db20-1485-p


Relationship of sociodemographic and lifestyle factors and diet habits with metabolic syndrome (MetS) in a multi-ethnic Asian population

Literature describes a high incidence of MetS among Malaysians, with differing ethnic groups. The study aim was to examine the association of various sociodemographic, lifestyle causes, and diet habits of such communities in Malaysia's three major ethnic groups. Materials and Methods We carried out a cross-sectional investigation in Johor, Malaysia, among 481 Malaysians aged 18 years and above living in Johor, Malaysia. With MetS, multiple logistic regression was used to examine relationships between sociodemographic and lifestyle causes, as well as dietary habits. Overall, age and Indian ethnicity [AGR>0. 80. 94] increased, while lower education AOR= 0. 44[95%CI = 0. 20-0. 94] reduced the odds of MetS in this population. Conclusion The population in Johor is a mix of these elements, and some of them are linked to MetS in certain ethnic groups.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1101/796144


Combined Intranasal Insulin/Saxagliptin/Metformin Therapies Ameliorate the Effect of Combined Oral Contraceptive- (COC-) Induced Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) with a Major Target on Glucose Metabolism in Adult Female Wistar Rats

To determine the effects of the continuous use of combined oral contraceptives on adult female Wistar rats' metabolic syndrome indices and potential therapeutic management, try to investigate the effect of the continuous use of combined oral condomists on adult female Wistar rats' indices of metabolic syndrome and potential therapeutic management. Any of the 64 female Wistar rats were given either distilled water, nothindrone, COC, intranasal insulin, metformin, saxagliptin, INI+MET, and INI+SAX. FBG and Hb1Ac were reduced significantly by therapy with INI+SAX and INI+MET; in addition, the level of insulin in the INI+MET groups was significantly elevated. The Serum lipid profile report revealed a statistical decrease in the low-density lipoprotein level, which was also drastically reduced in the INI+SAX group, which was also significantly reversed in the INI+SAX group. In the INI+MET group, decreased catalase activity in the COC group was reversed. Because of COC therapy, a nonsignificant rise in the level of TNF- was reversed by INI and INI+MET therapy, leading to a nonsignificant rise in the level of TNF-.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2021/9693171


Retrospective Evaluation on the Use of a New Polysaccharide Complex in Managing Paediatric Type 1 Diabetes with Metabolic Syndrome (MetS)

History: Children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes are at a higher risk of being overweight or obese, as well as suffering from cardiometabolic signs. Patients and Methods: The following studies were collected and retrospectively reviewed for 27 paediatric patients with a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes in conjunction with obesity and MetS. The mean daily blood glucose levels, SD of daily blood glucose levels, mean coefficient of variation, mean coefficient of variation, LBGI, HBGI, J-index, total cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, and triglycerides were all improved, as shown by a significant increase was also present in the metabolic and glycaemic variability parameters of mean daily blood glucose levels, SD of daily blood glucose levels, and triglycerides. Conclusions: PGR has a positive anesological and metabolic response in obese MetS patients with type 1 diabetes, according to the company.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13103517


Prevalence of metabolic syndrome (MetS) in Chinese subjects gradually increased with impaired glucose homeostasis: a multicenter, clinical based, cross-sectional study

Abstract Abstract: Metabolic Syndrome is a risk factor for Cardiovascular Diseases in women. MetS prevalence by glucose homeostasis varies among various age and gender groups, according to a study done by the Department of Health and Human Sciences. With an oral glucose tolerance test, 2341 people were found to be normal glucose tolerance, and 5448 were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. All other 1468 participants were found to be impaired fasting glucose or impaired glucose tolerance subjects. MetS in the male IFG/IGT group gradually decreased from 73. 2 percent to 41. 0 percent in subjects over the age of 30 years. MetS in the female IFG/IGT group gradually increased from 30% to 75% as age, which is gradually increasing with age. Conclusions: MetS was high and gradually increased in Chinese subjects with varying glucose tolerances, both in males and females, and in males and females with impaired glucose homeostasis.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-12-675


Incidence of post-partum metabolic syndrome (Mets) in women with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) in tertiary care hospital Lahore 2013–2014

Background: During pregnancy, gestational diabetes mellitus is characterized by elevated blood glucose levels. About 19. 5% of the women with GDM experience post-partum metabolic syndrome. Methods: A prospective cohort study was carried out at tertiary-care hospital in Lahore, Spain, from Jan 2013 to Dec 2014 to determine the prevalence of Mets in women with GDM. Women with and without GDM were admitted during the 28th week of pregnancy after informed consent, during informed consent. Mets' Cumulative Incidence of Mets was 33% in GDM and 15. 4% in non-GDM. The GDM group was noticeably older than the non-GDM group. However, in the non-GDM group 7's non-GDM group 29 had impaired FBS, and in the non-GDM group 7 had poor FBS, with impaired FBS. Diabetes was present in 27 of the GDM group of the GDM group, but not in the non-GDM group. In the BDM group, BMI blood pressure fasting glucose, and triglycerides were both significantly higher than the non-GDM group. Conclusion: The report shows that the GDM group is at a higher risk of developing Mets.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5339/jemtac.2016.icepq.12


Vitamin D Receptor Gene Polymorphisms and the Risk of Metabolic Syndrome (MetS): A Meta-Analysis

Several studies have looked at the relationship between vitamin D receptor polymorphism and metabolic syndrome risk. Therefore, we performed a meta-analysis to determine the exact relationship between vitamin D receptor polymorphisms and MetS risk. Methods: All relevant studies describing the connection between the FokI or/and TaqI,/and BsmI or/and ApaI polymorphisms of the Vitamin D Receptor and susceptibility to MetS published before February 2019 were systematically searched in Web of Science, Scopus, and PubMed. Results: A total of nine papers based on four gene variants were published, including 3348 participants with 1779 metabolic syndrome patients. The overall results revealed a strong relationship between BsmI polymorphism and MetS susceptibility in the recessive model, allelic model, and bb vs. BB. However, no significant association was found between TaqI polymorphism, ApaI polymorphism, FokI polymorphism, and MetS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2174/1871530320666200805101302

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