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Nutrition Education in Cardio Metabolic Disease High RIsk Group

Veronica A de Miranda, Rubens A Cruz Filho, Talita Sposito de Oliveira, Samuel D Moscavitch, Hye C Kang, Soraya V Miranda Chagas, Daniela M Costa, Denizar Vianna Ara├║jo, Maria Luiza Garcia Rosa
BACKGROUND: Blacks show higher levels of HbA1c in studies with different populations and are disproportionately affected by most diabetes-related complications. AIMS: The study aims to investigate if the prevalence of altered glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) varies with skin color and if there is a familial aggregation of either skin color and HbA1c. METHODS: The study used the CAMELIA study (Cardio-Metabolic-Renal familiar) population, conducted between June 2006 and December 2007 (cross sectional)...
July 2013: Primary Care Diabetes
Karla Canuto, Margaret Cargo, Ming Li, Katina D'Onise, Adrian Esterman, Robyn McDermott
BACKGROUND: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women experience higher rates of heart disease and type 2 diabetes than non-Indigenous Australian women. Increasing physical activity, improving diets and losing weight have been shown to reduce cardio metabolic risk. The primary aim was to evaluate the effectiveness of a 12-week structured exercise and nutrition program in a cohort of urban Indigenous Australian women on waist circumference, weight and biomedical markers of metabolic functioning from baseline (T1) to program completion (T2)...
2012: BMC Public Health
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