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How do Super Lean Subjects Keep Resistant to Body Weight Gain?

Obesity is the 5th leading cause of global death, and is major risk factors for many chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, hypertension and cancer. Obesity is caused by an imbalance between energy intake and energy expenditure, and it is widely agreed to be a consequence of a gene by environment interaction. Although on average obesity rates are increasing, the shape of the distribution of adiposity is changing: it is becoming more right skewed. Th...

Role of the Gut Microbiome on Lean Mass and Physical Function in Older Adults

I recently published significant associations between circulating gut bacteria-related metabolites with lean and skeletal muscle mass and with measures of physical function in older adults, evidence that suggests a role for gut bacteria on the maintenance of these outcomes. To date, studies aimed at identification of associations between gut bacteria with lean mass or with specific measures of physical function have yet to be reported. Accordingly, my over-arching hypothesis is...

Lean Beef Consumption and Insulin Sensitivity in Men and Women With Risk Factors for Diabetes

The objective of this trial is to compare the effects of a healthy, lean beef diet and an average American, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) style diet, that is low in saturated fatty acids (SFA), on insulin sensitivity in men and women with risk factors for diabetes mellitus.

The Lean Meats Mediterranean Diet Study

The purpose of the proposed research study is to assess the effects of including greater amounts of minimally processed red meat (lean pork and beef) into a Mediterranean Diet on cardiometabolic and emotional well-being.

Metabolic Characteristics of Lean Diabetes in Rural and Semi-urban India and in the United States

India has the world's highest prevalence of diabetes, expected to rise to 80 million by 2030. This includes many patients with lean diabetes, with low body mass index (BMI) and severe complications of diabetes. Despite its prevalence in India and other countries and its dire health consequences to individuals with the disease, little is known about the aetiopathogenesis and the genotype-phenotype relationship, lean diabetes being a cluster of low birth weight individuals, MODY,...

A Mail and Video-based Weight Loss Trial in Breast Cancer Survivors

Proposed is a 6-month randomized controlled trial, in 200 overweight or obese Stage I-IIIC breast cancer survivors examining 6-month changes in: 1) body weight, 2) diet, 3) physical activity, and 4)quality of life in women randomized to receive the modified LEAN intervention compared to women randomized to wait-list control (i.e., the wait-list control will receive the modified LEAN intervention after completing the 6-month study).

The Role of Phosphorus in Diet Induced Thermogenesis (DIT) of Both Lean and Obese Subjects

The study aim at: Investigating the impact of phosphorus ingestion on DIT of lean and obese subjects consuming high carbohydrate meal. Investigating the impact of phosphorus ingestion on DIT of lean and obese subjects consuming high protein-low phosphorus meal.

Complex Effects of Dietary Manipulation on Metabolic Function, Inflammation and Health

The purpose of this research study is to 1) understand how some, but not all people with obesity develop obesity related conditions such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, 2) compare the effects of 3 popular weight loss diets (Mediterranean, low-carbohydrate, or a very-low-fat plant-based diet) in people with obesity, and 3) compare the effects of consuming a low, moderate or high-protein diet in lean individuals.

Impact of Resistance Training-Protein Supplementation on Lean Muscle Mass in Childhood Cancer Survivors

This study is being conducted because low lean muscle mass is prevalent among childhood cancer survivors. Lean muscle is the non-fatty muscle tissue that makes up part of the body's lean body mass. Low lean muscle mass is associated with loss of overall body strength, declining mobility and eventually, loss of independence. Among childhood cancer survivors, low lean muscle mass may contribute to reduced physical functioning and a sense of fatigue with exertion, limiting abili...

The Dose-Response Effects of Lean Beef in a Mediterranean-Style Dietary Pattern on Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors

The objective of this study is to evaluate the effects of different quantities of lean beef (0.5, 2.5, 5.5 oz/day) on lipids, lipoproteins, and vascular health endpoints in the context of a modified Mediterranean dietary pattern that is representative of foods typically consumed in the United States.

Acute Effects of Dietary Fiber on Postprandial Responses in Lean and Overweight Subjects

It has been suggested that obesity occurs because the colonic microbes in obese individuals, compared to those who are lean, produce more short chain fatty acids during the fermentation of dietary fiber; this means that obese individuals obtain more energy from dietary fiber than lean. On the other hand, it is possible that the ability of colonic short chain fatty acids to improve glycemic control and suppress appetite may be reduced in obese subjects. The aim of this study was...

Effectiveness of Carbohydrate Counting Method With Mixed Meals

In a randomized, cross-over designed study, the investigators examined the effectiveness of the carbohydrate counting method after consumption of mixed meals typical of the Greek cuisine with various protein and fat contents in a sample of people with type 1 diabetes (DM1). The investigators also tried to further explore the effects of additional extra virgin olive oil (11 ml) on the glycemic response.

Effects of Fatty and Lean Fish Intake on Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Subjects With Coronary Heart Disease

The aim of the study is to examine the effects of fatty fish and white (lean) fish on cardiovascular disease risk factor levels in subjects with established coronary heart disease using multiple medications. The main end points are blood pressure, serum lipids, inflammatory markers, arrhythmias and gene expression in peripheral mononuclear cells. The study design was a controlled, parallel study lasting 8 weeks with three diet groups: fatty fish, white fish and control group (l...

Effects of Moderate Consumption of Lean Fish on Weight Loss

the aim of present study is to compare the specific effects moderate consumption of lean fish on weight loss of healthy obese and overweight female adults, while participants follow energy-restricted diets also to investigate the effects of this intervention on carbohydrate and lipid profiles, as cardiometabolic risk factors.

Health Beneficial Effects of Krill Oil and Lean and Fatty Fish

Intake of omega-3 (n-3) polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) from fish oil and fish are associated with significant health benefits in risk of cardiovascular disease. However, both lean and fatty fish have been shown to have beneficial effects suggesting that not all effects are mediated by n-3 PUFAs. Krill oil is an n-3 PUFA supplement on the marked. The n-3 PUFAs from krill oil is in the form of phospholipids, and these fatty acids may be more readily and effectively absorbed ...

Simple Changes Weight Loss Intervention

The investigators examined feasibility and acceptability of a non-restrictive diet focused on increasing dietary fiber and lean protein for weight loss. Fifteen obese adults enrolled in a 12-week assessment which included 6 bi-weekly individual dietary counseling sessions to attain a daily goal of higher fiber (>35 g/day) and lean protein (0.8 g per kilogram/day of individual's ideal body weight).

Gastrointestinal Hormonal Regulation of Obesity

The objective of this study is to test and determine whether a high protein diet is efficacious, safe and beneficial to curtail food intake and body weight in obese adult human patients and to establish whether neurohormonal mechanisms of a high protein diet induce an early signal of fullness or satiety in a relevant experimental model, focusing on activation of gastric vagal afferents.

Influence of Central Nervous Insulin Action on Insulin Sensitivity of Peripheral Organs in Lean Versus Overweight Humans

Research in animals and first experiments in humans indicate that insulin action in the brain regulates peripheral insulin sensitivity. One major organ might be the liver. Previous studies in humans showed that the human brain is an insulin sensitive organ in lean but not in overweight/obese persons. Therefore, this study will include lean versus overweight/obese persons. In this study, insulin action will be introduced by intranasal insulin administration in lean and ov...

Nutritional Effect of an Amino Acid Mixture on Lean Body Mass (LBM) in Post-bariatric Surgery Patients

The Focus of this study is to look at the role of nutrition in maintaining lean body mass post-gastric bypass surgery. The purpose of this study is to test whether LBM is increased in those patients receiving a nutritional supplement of amino acids is enhanced when compared to control patients not receiving the supplement.

Effect of Metformin Therapy on Serum Under-carboxylated Osteocalcin Levels in Hyperandrogenic Lean Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Women

High ucOC may favor insulin release in lean hyperandrogenic women to compensate for impaired insulin sensitivity. Meformin is an insulin sensitizing agent will be given for these women trying to interfere with the pathophysiology of PCOS in these women as followed up by serum UC-OC levels.

Contributing Factors in the Pathobiology of Airway Remodeling in Obesity

There are two aims for this study. The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of body weight and hormones on airway fibrosis (scarring) and lung function in obese & lean asthma subjects compared to obese & lean non-asthma subjects (Aim 1). And in obese subjects with asthma undergoing bariatric surgery compared to obese non-asthma subjects undergoing bariatric surgery (Aim 2).

Prevalence of Carbohydrate Intolerance in Lean and Overweight/Obese Children

The purpose of this study is to determine the prevalence of impaired glucose (carbohydrate) tolerance in lean children with a family history of diabetes and in overweight/obese children with or without a family history of diabetes mellitus.

Metformin and Core Temperature in Obese and Lean Males

Metformin is known to increase 18F-FDG uptake in subjects using metformin in retrospective trials. In this study the researchers aim to investigate the influence of metformin (500 mg 1/day) on temperature in the colon, glucose uptake in the colon and energy expenditure in healthy lean (BMI < 24kg/m2) or obese subjects (BMI>28kg/m2). The investigators will measure 18F-FDG uptake in the colon, temperature in the colon, insulin sensitivity and energy expenditure before afte...

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Effect of Metformin on Exercise-induced Lipolysis

The aim of this study is to investigate whether metformin has inhibitory effect on exercise-induced lipolysis in subcutaneous adipose tissue in healthy lean man. Ten healthy lean mean will follow protocols consisting of 60 minutes of exercise on bicycle ergometer combined with a) orally administered metformin and b) locally administered metformin into adipose tissue and c) without metformin treatment. Microdialysis is used for assessment of metabolites in situ in subcutaneous a...

Beef in an Optimal Lean Diet (BOLD) Effects on Established and Emerging Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Risk Factors: Effects on Metabolic Syndrome

The proposed research will provide important information about the role of 2 intervention diets that provide different amounts of lean beef and meet current nutrient recommendations for the treatment of Metabolic Syndrome (MetSyn), a chronic disease that is still increasing in prevalence at alarming rates. The experimental and diet designs will enable us to evaluate lifestyle interventions for MetSyn for persons who maintain weight, lose weight and maintain their weight loss, ...

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