Volume 1 Issue 1

2017-10-31 Research Article

Upper gut bacterial overgrowth is a potential mechanism for Glucose Malabsorption after Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy

In 1955, nutrient malabsorption following upper gut surgery was shown to be related to altered upper gut microbiome. In individuals with abdominal symptoms after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, we have reported that small intestinal glucose malabsorption is associated with upper gut bacterial overgr...

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2017-08-23 Research Article

Study of body composition, physiological variables in Grade III obese submitted to arm ergometer test

Introduction: Number of obese people is growing on a daily basis in Brazil, including morbid obese ones, but there is still a lack of studies with this subject. Due to this, the main goal of this study was to identify body profile, physiological variables behavior and oxygen c...

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2017-07-25 Research Article

Behavioral factors of Abdominal Obesity and effects of lifestyle changes with Fiber Adequacy

The etiology of abdominal obesity is multifactorial and has environmental factors as its most expressive risk factors. This study cross-sectional analyzed the association of abdominal fatness with physical inactivity and food inadequacy of 1,557 subjects, both genders, over 35yrs. old, enrolle...

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2017-06-20 Short Communication

The interaction between photonic technology and physical exercise: The action of low-level laser therapy

Introduction: Obesity is a global-level epidemic. Together with this disease, called chronic subclinical inflammatory disease, many other diseases, known as comorbidities, arise.

Objective: To show that the association between low-level laser therap...

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2017-05-23 Short Communication

Cardiac Autonomic Modulation in children and Preadolescents obese

Alterations in cardiac autonomic modulation of children and obese preadolescents have attracted the attention of researchers around the world. These alterations cause disorders in the cardiac autonomic control and can interfere in cardiac output and in the homeostatic actions that depends of t...

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2017-02-09 Case Report

Hypoglycemia by Ginseng in type 2 Diabetic Patient: Case Report

Ginseng extracts are often used as adaptogen to improve mental performances and well being, helping to overcome stress. Thus, in our times a lot of ginseng extracts are continuously produced and sold into commercial channels. Both Asian and Korean red ginseng (Panax ginseng) and American ginse...

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2018-12-04 Research Article

Dietary and Lifestyles assessment among Obese Women in Gaza City, Palestine

Marwan O Jalambo*, Basil Kanoa, Mohammed S Ellulu, Smaher Younis and Mueen El-Kariri

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2017-08-23 Research Article

Study of body composition, physiological variables in Grade III obese submitted to arm ergometer test

Felipe Monnerat Marino Rosa, Renato Vidal Linhares*, Jose Quaresma, Joao Regis Ivar Carneiro, Valeria Bender Braulio, Roberto Simao Denise Pires de Carvalho and Jose Fernandes Filho

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2017-07-25 Research Article

Behavioral factors of Abdominal Obesity and effects of lifestyle changes with Fiber Adequacy

Roberto Carlos Burini*, Hugo Tadashi Kano, Mariana Santoro Nakagaki, Patricia Baston Frenhani and Katia Cristina Portero-McLellan

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2017-02-09 Case Report

Hypoglycemia by Ginseng in type 2 Diabetic Patient: Case Report

Angelo Michele Carella*, Teresa Marinelli, Armando Melfitano, Michele Di Pumpo, Matteo Conte and Angelo Benvenuto

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