Determining the Metabolic Effects of Adrenalectomy and Glycemic Parameters on Caloric Efficiency and Adiposity in the Congenic LA/Ntul//-cp (Corpulent) Rat

The obese phenotype of the congenic LA/Ntul/-cp (corpulent) rat strain has developed obesity by 6 weeks of age. Congenic male lean and obese LA/Ntul/-cp (corpulent) rats were fed an ad libitum standardised Purina chow diet (CHOW) from 6 to 12

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The Postprandial Thermic Effects of Diet Induced Thermogenesis in Congenic Lean and Obese LA/Ntul//-Cp Rats

This study adds crucial new insights and avenues to understanding and investigating the thermogenic effects of diet and diet-induced thermogenesis, as well as their potential contributions to energy balancing mechanisms. Diet-induced thermogenesis has been proposed to account for up to

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The Metabolic Effects of Aging, Phenotype and Carbohydrate Feeding on Caloric Efficiency and Adiposity in the LA/Ntul//-Cp Rat

The goal of this work was to see if the decreased responses to diet in the obese phenotype were connected with corresponding alterations in CE, which could be correlated with the increased adiposity associated with the (-cp) trait. Obesity develops

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Empowering Molecular Network in the Pathogenesis of Obesity with Omics Architecture | Chapter 6 | Emerging Trends in Disease and Health Research Vol.4

Obesity is regarded as a major public health concern, owing to the multifaceted factors involved in metabolic complications rooted in multifactorial causes (e.g., environmental toxicity or genetic abnormality), as well as the unmet landscape of the health-care system in search

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Nutritional Status of Adolescent and College Girl Students in Terms of Haemoglobin Levels and BMI | Chapter 20 | Issues and Developments in Medicine and Medical Research Vol.10

A proper diet with enriched nutritious elements promotes better newborn, child, and maternal health, as well as stronger immune systems, safer pregnancy and childbirth, decreased risk of noncommunicable diseases, and longer life. Malnutrition has long been a concern throughout the

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