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The purpose of our study is to use a flaxseed-based nutritional supplement in combination with exercise training (walking) for improving cholesterol levels. We hypothesize that exercise training will improve cholesterol profile and that adding supplementation with a flaxseed nutritional supplement will further improve cholesterol profile.
Current recommendations today suggest that use of therapeutic lifestyle changes, such as supplementation with specific dietary components and moderate exercise, are appropriate interventions for individuals with borderline high blood pressure. Dietary intervention with natural products, such as flaxseed, is associated with decreased prevalence of cardiovascular disease (Adolphe 2010). Lignans are the active compounds in flaxseed believed to mediate ...
The study was conducted to determine the therapeutic role of flax seed for Poly cystic ovary syndrome. A sample of 100 subjects were collected. The subjects were from various age group ranging from 18 to 45 years. Subjects showing the signs, symptoms, biochemical, and clinical parameters of the diseases were included in the study. Three different quantities of flax seed were introduced to the subjects for 90 days. Objectives: 1. To assess the nutritional status of Pol...
The main purpose of this study is to better understand the effects of two types of treadmill exercise programs that include education and/or techniques that may be helpful for exercise among individuals with, or at risk for, metabolic syndrome.
The study will evaluate the utility of hypoxic exercise training to improve cardiovascular and metabolic health among obese breast cancer survivors. While participants exercise, a lower fraction of inspired oxygen will be used to simulate a higher altitude. This approach removes the mechanical strain needed to sustain moderate-to-vigorous exercise intensity which is believed to support exercise tolerance. Participants are randomized to either the treatment (walking+simulated-al...
This study aims to develop a program of systematic physical exercise maintained for at least 12 weeks to normalize biomarkers of metabolic syndrome; improve neurocognition and social functioning; increase empowerment, self-esteem and self-efficacy and reduce self-stigma in individuals with severe mental disorder with metabolic syndrome.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effects of aerobic interval training (AIT) versus strength training (ST) or a combination of these regimes (COM) on factors comprising the metabolic syndrome in order to find the most effective exercise regime for patients with metabolic syndrome.
Physical activity is shown to positively reduce the risk of developing both cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. Current guidelines recommend 30-60 minutes of moderate intensity cardiorespiratory exercise five days per week. However, studies report that
Flax seed oil, fish oil, and soy bean oil, are commonly recommended supplements for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). These oils have different chemical structures and biological actions. It is not yet known which of these oils has the most beneficial effects in PCOS patients because they have never been compared to each other head to head. In this study the researchers hope to learn more about the effects of these oils on blood sugar and insulin levels.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether drinks containing Salvia hispanica L (Salba) or Flax lower postprandial blood glucose levels and improve appetite in healthy individuals.
The purpose of this study is to test the feasibility of nutrition and exercise counseling program for reducing the incidence of metabolic syndrome in prostate cancer patients on Androgen Deprivation Therapy.
The study will test whether damage of the heart nerves appears in patients before they develop diabetes.
Black Americans with a family history of early heart disease tend to have a group of risk factors that can contribute to heart disease. These risk factors, which include excess body weight, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol, are known collectively as metabolic syndrome. This study will compare a community-based, coach-led exercise program to an individual, self-led home-based exercise program to determine which program is more effective at reducing the metabolic syndrom...
Moderate exercise is recommended to improve cardiovascular health in obese and overweight people particularly with metabolic syndrome (MetS) that have hypertension, elevated fasting blood sugar, and elevated blood lipids. This study is being done to determine how platelets respond when a person performs an initial period of moderate exercise.
The purpose of the study is to improving the lipid profile and glucose control in type 2 diabetic patients with supplementation of flax lignans. We hypothesize that flax lignans supplement will improve the cholesterol profile and glucose control in type 2 diabetic patients.
This study investigates the degree of improvement in insulin resistance and features of the metabolic syndrome in non-diabetic overweight or obese subjects after training in a low-intensity, moderate-intensity or non-aerobic exercise program, as well as self-initiated exercise behavior after the assigned exercise program.
Three arms of experimental design were used: Pedometer walking training (PWT), positive education and pedometer walking training (PEPWT), and pedometer walking (PW). Trained walking exercise was provided by a physical education expert three times per week, 45 minutes per session. Positive education was designed and led by a licensed psychologist. Six sessions of activities targeted participants' self-strength, competence and self-efficacy in walking exercise; positive relations...
Life-style intervention with dietetic and exercise therapy is an important fundamental approach to patients with metabolic syndrome (MetSyd) which may cause endothelial dysfunction leading to cardiovascular events. We investigated whether the life-style modification by dietetic and exercise instruction could improve endothelial dysfunction assessed by a new non-invasive and automatic device; digital reactive hyperemia peripheral arterial tonometry (RH-PAT).
This is a multi-center prospective follow-up study. - to choose the stable COPD patients in community - to compare different modes of exercise (cycling and walking) - to compare the effect of different exercises on the quality of life,exercise endurance,dyspnea and depression
We hypothesize that the hearts of HIV+ people with The Metabolic Syndrome use and oxidize fats and sugars inappropriately, and that this may impair the heart's ability to pump blood. We hypothesize that exercise training or pioglitazone (Actos) will improve fat and sugar metabolism in the hearts of HIV+ people with The Metabolic Syndrome. This study will advance our understanding of cardiovascular disease in HIV+ people, and will test the efficacy of exercise training and piog...
Health organizations recommend exercise in an intensity based manner to promote cardiovascular adaptation and prevent disease. Metformin is a common anti-diabetes medication that reduces future type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk. However, the optimal dose of exercise to be combined with metformin for vascular health remains unknown. The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether combining high or low intensity exercise with metformin has the potential to ou...
Amputees wearing a conventional prosthesis require 20-30% more metabolic energy to walk at the same speeds as non-amputees and this discrepancy is more apparent at faster walking speeds. Amputees choose to walk at speeds 30-40% slower than non-amputees. Preferred walking speed is likely influenced by elevated metabolic energy, but the underlying reason for slower preferred walking speeds is not fully understood. Unilateral amputees exhibit highly asymmetrical gait patterns that...
The purpose of this study is to test whether a supervised mixed aerobic and strength training (MAST) program is effective in improving overall physical fitness and blood flow in the brain and lowering risk factors of coronary artery disease (CAD) in women with metabolic syndrome.
This study aims to understand and compare the metabolic and mechanical demands placed on the body while walking normally and walking with the use of an apparatus that drives leg swing through the use of the arms. This information will help the investigators identify how arm swing mechanics helps minimize energy demands and to use this knowledge to design walking rehabilitation interventions in the future.
The primary purpose of this study is to examine the effects of chronic exercise training and an acute session of exercise on key risk factors associated with Metabolic Syndrome (e.g., glucose tolerance, blood lipid profile, and blood pressure) and alterations in subcutaneous adipose tissue structure and metabolic function in overweight adults.