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Inverse association of mediterranean diet with obesity and abdominal obesity: 6.7 years follow-up study
Introduction: Studies have shown beneficial health effects of the Mediterranean diet, for instance, it's associations with risk of chronic disease. In this study, the associations between of adherence to the Mediterranean ...
Insulin resistance in chronic hepatitis B and C
Aim: To determine whether insulin resistance occurs in patients with chronic hepatitis B (CHB) and chronic hepatitis C (CHC), and its relationship with the presence of liver fibrosis and steatosis. Methods: Untreated ...
Seasonal variation of serum lipids in adults: Tehran lipid and glucose study
Background: a variety of studies have noted seasonal variation in blood lipid levels, yet the mechanism for this phenomenon has not been clear. This leads to significant difference in prevalence of lipid disorders in ...
Metabolic syndrome in normal-weight Iranian adults
Background: The risk of metabolic risk factors increases in Middle-Eastern adults within the normal limits of BMI. There is a report that 30.1% of the Iranian population had metabolic syndrome but no reports on the prevalence ...
Anthropometric parameters as helpful factors for prediction of type 2 diabetes onset, Tehran lipid and glucose study
Background: The aim of this study was to determine the best Anthropometric indices for prediction of the risk of type 2 Diabetes in lower and higher 60 years old population in Tehran. Methods: As a prospective study among ...
Fruit and vegetable consumption and risk factors for cardiovascular disease
Background: Only limited data are available on the benefits of fruits and vegetable consumption on CVD risk factors. The aim of this study was to examine whether and to what extent intake of fruits and vegetables are ...