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Relationship of sociodemographic and lifestyle factors and diet habits with metabolic syndrome (MetS) among three ethnic groups of the Malaysian population.

The aim of this research, as well as the three main ethnic groups in Malaysia, were various sociodemographic, lifestyle factors, and diet habits of such groups, since sociodemographic characteristics, lifestyle triggers, and diet habits of such groups have been reported to be diverse, but the intention of this research was to look at the relationship between various sociodemographic characteristics, lifestyle factors, and diet habits of those groups, as well as with MetS overall, as well as the three main ethnic groups. Materials and methods We carried out a cross-sectional study among 481 Malaysians aged 18 years and over living in Johor, Malaysia, where we investigated the state of Johor, Malaysia. MetS increased the risk of MetS in this group due to rising age and Indian ethnicity, [which includes 0. 44 percentCI = 0. 20-0. 94], although higher education AOR = 0. 44[95%CI = 0. 20-0. 94] decreased the odds of MetS in this population. MetS rates among the Malays and the Chinese were raised after quick finishing of meals and reduced physical fitness were both associated with elevated risk of MetS among the Malays and the Chinese. Conclusion The population of Johor depicts a variety of lifestyle and eating habits, and certain ethnic groups are attributed to MetS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0224054


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 effect of the continuous use of combined oral condomists on adult female Wistar rats' indices of metabolic syndrome and potential therapeutic intervention. FBG and Hb1Ac were reduced in INI+SAX and INI+MET therapy, greatly raising the risk of FBG and Hb1Ac; in addition, the level of insulin was significantly elevated in the INI+MET groups. A statistical decrease in high-density lipoprotein concentration was found by a statistical decrease in the INI+SAX study, which was also significant reversed in the INI+SAX group. In the INI+MET group, the reduction of catalase activity in the COC group was reversed. Following COC therapy, INI and INI+MET therapy reversed a nonsignificant rise in TNF- as a result of COC therapy. Liver GLUT4 and G-6-phosphate levels were both significantly elevated by COC therapy, and INI+SAX's effect was reversed by INI+SAX in both assays, respectively.

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

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