Diet and Metabolic Dysfunction: Volume 1: Evidence From Basic Research

Diet and Metabolic Dysfunction: Volume 1: Evidence From Basic Research



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783038423225
Publisher: MDPI AG
Publication date: 03/16/2017
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.67(d)

Table of Contents

1) A Moderate Low-Carbohydrate Low-Calorie Diet Improves Lipid Profile, Insulin Sensitivity and Adiponectin Expression in Rats

2) High Fat Diet Exposure during Fetal Life Enhances Plasma and Hepatic Omega-6 Fatty Acid Profiles in Fetal Wistar Rats

3) High Fat Diet Administration during Specific Periods of Pregnancy Alters Maternal Fatty Acid Profiles in the Near-Term Rat

4) Protective Effect of Vanillic Acid against Hyperinsulinemia, Hyperglycemia and Hyperlipidemia via Alleviating Hepatic Insulin Resistance and Inflammation in High-Fat Diet (HFD)-Fed Rats

5) Involvement of the Niacin Receptor GPR109a in the LocalControl of Glucose Uptake in Small

Intestine of Type 2Diabetic Mice

6) Rutin Increases Muscle Mitochondrial Biogenesis with AMPK Activation in High-Fat Diet-Induced

Obese Rats

7) Alternate-Day High-Fat Diet Induces an Increase in Mitochondrial Enzyme Activities and Protein

Content in Rat Skeletal Muscle

8) Nigerian Honey Ameliorates Hyperglycemia and Dyslipidemia in Alloxan-Induced Diabetic Rats

9) Suppression of Endogenous Glucose Production by Isoleucine and Valine and Impact of

Diet Composition

10) Fermented Red Ginseng Potentiates Improvement of Metabolic Dysfunction in Metabolic Syndrome Rat Models

11) Glutamine Modulates Macrophage Lipotoxicity

12) High Risk of Metabolic and Adipose Tissue Dysfunctions in Adult Male Progeny, Due to Prenatal and Adulthood Malnutrition Induced by Fructose Rich Diet

13) Long-Term Fructose Intake Increases Adipogenic Potential: Evidence of Direct Effects of Fructose on Adipocyte Precursor Cells

14) Apple-Derived Pectin Modulates Gut Microbiota, Improves Gut Barrier Function, and Attenuates

Metabolic Endotoxemia in Rats with Diet-Induced Obesity

15) Allomyrina Dichotoma Larvae Regulate Food Intake and Body Weight in High Fat Diet-Induced

Obese Mice Through mTOR and Mapk Signaling Pathways

16) Anti-Obesity Effect of 6,8-Diprenylgenistein, an Isoflavonoid of Cudrania tricuspidata Fruits in High-

Fat Diet-Induced Obese Mice

17) Moderately Low Magnesium Intake Impairs Growth of Lean Body Mass in Obese-Prone and

Obese-Resistant Rats Fed a High-Energy Diet

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