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Speed of eating related to metabolic syndrome incidence

September 1, 2015

The incidence of metabolic syndrome is linked to eating quickly, especially among those with a larger waist circumference and higher HDL cholesterol levels, according to recent study findings published in the Journal of Epidemiology.

“There are several hypotheses to explain why eating speed can have an impact on the incidence of metabolic syndrome,” the researchers wrote. “First, due to a lack of satiety, rapid ingestion may cause overeating before the stomach senses fullness. Second, eating fast may lead to insulin resistance, resulting in metabolic syndrome.”

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Addition of parent BMI increases prediction of eligibility for bariatric surgery

August 31, 2015
Eligibility for bariatric surgery in adulthood may be predicted using a combination of a child’s and parent’s BMI at baseline assessment, according to recent…
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Changes in brain connectivity associated with food cravings

August 31, 2015
Obese individuals may be ‘hard-wired’ to crave specific food items, according to data recently presented at the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology…
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Drinking water before meals may increase weight loss

August 31, 2015
Drinking about 1 pt of water three times daily before meals may lead to moderate weight loss in adults, according to research in Obesity.Researchers attempted to modify…
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Non-albuminuric CKD increases CV, all-cause mortality risk in adults with type 1 diabetes

August 31, 2015
Adults with type 1 diabetes and non-albuminuric chronic kidney disease have an increased risk for both cardiovascular events and all-cause death, but no increased risk…
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Avoiding “Loss of Chance”…Improving the Screening, Treatment, and Referral of Patients with Diabetic Retinopathy

Avoiding “Loss of Chance”…Improving the Screening, Treatment, and Referral of Patients with Diabetic Retinopathy

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Genentech, Inc.

Despite a number of effective treatment options, diabetic eye disease is a leading cause of vision loss in the United…
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VIDEO: Chef integrates food and medicine in promotion of cardiometabolic health

VIDEO: Chef integrates food and medicine in promotion of cardiometabolic health

August 10, 2015
NEW ORLEANS — Chef Leah Sarris, program director at the Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine at Tulane…
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Assessing Cornerstones for Successful Weight Loss

Assessing Cornerstones for Successful Weight Loss: Building a Foundation that Really Works

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Takeda Pharmaceuticals International, Inc., US Region and Orexigen Therapeutics, Inc.

Obesity has increased dramatically in the past 2 decades and is now considered a health care epidemic in the United…
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