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Overweight and the Metabolic Syndrome:

From Bench to Bedside (Endocrine Updates)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsGeorge A. Bray (Editor), Donna H. Ryan (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages356
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7445379M
ISBN 100387321632
ISBN 109780387321639

  Although metabolic syndrome is often closely related to overweight or obesity and inactivity, the graphic shows that that is not necessarily true. Another cause of metabolic syndrome is linked to insulin resistance. When we eat food, our digestive system normally breaks down many of these foods into glucose (sugar) to be used as energy by our. Metabolic syndrome is the name for a group of risk factors that raises your risk for heart disease and other health problems, such as diabetes and stroke. Learn more about causes, risk factors, screening and prevention, signs and symptoms, diagnoses, and treatments for metabolic syndrome, and how to participate in clinical trials.

Other names for the condition include dysmetabolic syndrome, insulin resistance syndrome, and syndrome X. Now, the PBS show. The DASH Diet with Marla Hellershows you how to reverse or prevent metabolic syndrome. Specifically, people who have 3 or more of these symptoms have metabolic syndrome: Waist larger than 40" for men, and 35" for women. Metabolic syndrome a condition that is extremely common yet largely unknown to the public. I get blank uncomprehending stares when I tell people they have it. Nearly 35% of all adults, and 50% of those over 40 years of age have it, and those numbers are rapidly increasing.

  This second exercise-themed post is going to deal with the issue of how best to exercise if you’re overweight or are suffering from metabolic syndrome. It should be stated immediately that any kind of exercise is better than no exercise. Also, the more the better, if you keep it at an amateur level. Metabolic syndrome is a medical condition that’s fast becoming a worldwide epidemic. It currently affects an estimated 25% of the world population. In the United States alone, the prevalence of metabolic syndrome has increased by more than 35% in the past 30 years (1, 2).


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Genetic components of overweight and the metabolic syndrome are reviewed. The key role of visceral fat is emphasized by giving it a chapter of its own written by one of the foremost investigators of this problem. The importance of overweight and the metabolic syndrome in children is recognized in a separate : Hardcover.

The importance of overweight and the metabolic syndrome in children is recognized in a separate chapter. There are a number of chapters focusing on treatment including behavioral therapy, exercise, diet, medications and surgery. In summary, this book is the alpha and omega of the overweight and metabolic syndrome problem.

Overweight and the Metabolic Syndrome: by George A. Bray,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Endocrinology/Metabolism/Diabetes Mellitus Feb 26 This timely book provides an overview of topics related to obesity.

These include associated health risks, childhood obesity, genetics, evaluation, treatment, behavioral strategies, and successes and failures in preventing obesity. This comprehensive reference work edited by one of the leading authorities on obesity presents an up-to-date survey of the current scientific understanding of the metabolic syndrome, as well as an overview of the most significant changes to the field over the past 30 : Hardcover.

This comprehensive reference work edited by one of the leading authorities on obesity presents an up-to-date survey of the current scientific understanding of the metabolic syndrome, as well as an overview of Overweight and the Metabolic Syndrome: book most significant changes to the field over the past 30 years.

The Metabolic Syndrome is a valuable reference text, covering all aspects of the metabolic syndrome and its constituent diseases including inflammation, oxidation and adipocytokines.

This book explains the aetiology, pathogenesis and clinical treatment of all risk factors as well as the relationship with diabetes, non alcoholic fatty liver disease, polycystic ovary syndrome and coronary.

To investigate correlation of vitamin B12 with obesity insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome. The cross-sectional and primary care-based study was carried out. Anthropometric, blood pressure measurements and bioelectric impedance analysis (BIA) were.

Thirty years ago, I published my first monograph on obesity (Bray, ). Many things have changed in these 30 years, but many have remained the same. Preparation of The Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity has given me a chance to survey the changes to the field and to present an update of the scientific information.

In retrospect, I conclude that a major component of the current “epidemic” of. Medical Books Free. This Website Is Intended To Provide Medical Ebooks For Free Download By Doctors & Medical Students. CLICK HERE FOR MEDICAL BOOKS FREE DOWNLOAD FOR THOSE MEMBERS WITH BLOCKED DOWNLOAD LINKS.

Overweight and the Metabolic Syndrome:: From Bench to Bedside. Overweight and the Metabolic Syndrome:: From Bench to Bedside (Endocrine Updates) Editors: George A. Bray, Donna H.

Ryan Release: The metabolic syndrome and overweight are becoming increasingly common in economically developed countries, as shown by emerging prevalence data, 16 Some evidence suggests that overweight is also increasing in economically developing countries.

17 However, few data exist on the metabolic syndrome in economically developing countries. We Cited by: The Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity presents an up-to-date survey of the current scientific understanding of obesity and the metabolic syndrome, as well as an overview of the most significant changes to the field over the past 30 years.

By first presenting a historical context for overweight, the book drives home the point that obesity is by no means simply a contemporary problem, and its. Some time ago, a year-old male with metabolic syndrome, whom I’ll call “Jake” came to see me.

Jake is a private kind of guy and was embarrassed by his weight and his poor health. He also doesn’t like doctors, so he hadn’t been to one in 15 years. metabolic syndrome in healthy obese, overweight and normal weight individuals: the atherosclerosis risk in communities study Patrick T. Bradshaw, 1, 2 Keri L.

Monda, 1, 3 and June Stevens 1, 2 1 Department of Epidemiology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, Cited by:   The prevalence of metabolic syndrome in obese children and adolescents has increased worldwide.

Obese children have higher abdominal fat, which is associated with hyperinsulinism and cardiometabolic alterations such as low HDLc, increased triglycerides and LDLc, and increased blood pressure, resulting in increased risk for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases [ 6, 9, 16 - 19 ].Cited by:   THE METABOLIC SYNDROME represents a cluster of risk factors that is thought to increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes more than the individual components [abdominal obesity, increased serum triglycerides, low high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, hyperglycemia, and hypertension] ().The pathophysiology of the metabolic syndrome is believed to Cited by: The metabolic syndrome, also known as “insulin resistance” is an important hormone disbalance involving insulin.

High carbohydrate diet. It is of significance to note that a large percentage of Americans and other people in countries of the Western civilization eat too much starch, sugar and fat.

The components of the metabolic syndrome are abdominal obesity, dyslipidemias, hypertension, insulin resistance with or without glucose intolerance, and prothrombotic and proinflammatory states. This clustering of cardiovascular risk factors has also been called Syndrome X.

The metabolic syndrome is a highly prevalent condition that affects a considerate number of adults and has become increasingly relevant to many disciplines in clinical medicine.

This title examines the pathogenesis of metabolic syndrome and its relationship with diabetes and coronary heart disease (CHD), and reviews different treatment options.

The dramatic rise in childhood obesity in developing countries is considered a major driving force behind the high prevalence of the pediatric metabolic syndrome in those countries.

In studies conducted among children and adults in Iran and Turkey, the most frequent components of the metabolic syndrome were high triglyceride levels and low HDL Cited by:   There is very little information on, and hence an urgent need to better understand, obesity and metabolic dysfunctions among U.S.

college students, particularly as obesity rates have increased most rapidly among to year-old individuals and those with some college education (1,2). The National College Health Risk Behavior Survey suggests that as many as 35% of college students may Cited by: The Journal of Obesity & Metabolic Syndrome is an official, peer-reviewed research journal published by the Korean Society for the Study of Obesity.

Obesity is a major risk factor for various metabolic disorders such as type 2 diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver .