From Obesity to Diabetes

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Introduces a metabolic approach to the effects of obesity on glucose metabolism. Highlights the frequent progressive development of impaired glucose tolerance and diabetes. Demonstrates continuity in both cross-over and longitudinal studies. The reversibility of the phenomena, as well as prevention and therapy, are also presented in relation to physiopathological observations. Cites epidemiological studies which relate the progressive occurrence of diabetes to obesity in populations where the lifestyle has ...
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Overview

Introduces a metabolic approach to the effects of obesity on glucose metabolism. Highlights the frequent progressive development of impaired glucose tolerance and diabetes. Demonstrates continuity in both cross-over and longitudinal studies. The reversibility of the phenomena, as well as prevention and therapy, are also presented in relation to physiopathological observations. Cites epidemiological studies which relate the progressive occurrence of diabetes to obesity in populations where the lifestyle has changed with richer food and decreased exercise.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780471927655
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/14/1992
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 312
  • Product dimensions: 6.22 (w) x 9.29 (h) x 0.98 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Acknowledgements
1 Epidemiological Aspects 1
2 Methods for the Study of Human Metabolism in vivo 15
3 Insulin Secretion 33
4 Insulin Resistance 45
5 Energy Metabolism 79
6 Endogenous Glucose Production in Obesity and Non-insulin-dependent Diabetes Mellitus 97
7 Obesity and Lipid Metabolism 107
8 Obesity and Carbohydrate Metabolism 123
9 Obesity and Diabetes 155
10 Evolution from Obesity to Diabetes 213
11 Protein Metabolism 233
12 Associated Cardiovascular Morbidity 239
13 Prevention and Therapeutics (A) Physiopathological Considerations in Relation to the Evolution of Obesity Towards Diabetes 251
14 Prevention and Therapeutics (B) Epidemiological and Public Health Considerations 265
15 Time: Duration of Evolution, Succession of Events, and Alternance of Synthesis and Mobilization of Substrates and Hormones 273
Concluding Remarks 281
Index 287
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