Alynne Christian Ribeiro Andaki

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SUMMARY OBJECTIVE To compare the effectiveness of three waist circumference (WC) measurement sites to predict cardiovascular risk factors and metabolic syndrome (MS) in Brazilian children. METHODS 187 children (mean age = 9.9 ± 0.7 years) were evaluated for weight, height, WC at three different sites: midpoint between the lower rib and iliac crest(More)
BACKGROUND The increase in obesity, especially the increase of visceral fat, has been directly associated with health risk. Additionally, a waist-to-height ratio (WHtR) (0.5) has been proposed as an indicator of early health risk. AIMS To test the association between anthropometric measurements and inflammatory mRNA expression and to evaluate the(More)
Syed Abbas Nebil Achour John Acres Tony Ades Mehmet Agirbasli Anand Ahankari Abdul Ahmad Yoko Akachi Saeed Akhtar Abdullah AL Hamid Khamis Al-alawy Soili Alanne Wael Al-Delaimy Saleem Alhabash Yousef Alimohammadi David Allison Ahmet Hamdi Alpaslan Teresa Freitas do Amaral Federica Amati Shanthi Ameratunga Farzad Amirabdollahian Alynne Andaki Jon Andrus(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effectiveness of anthropometric measures and physical activity level in the prediction of metabolic syndrome (MetS) in children. DESIGN Cross-sectional study with children from public and private schools. Children underwent an anthropometric assessment, blood pressure measurement and biochemical evaluation of serum for(More)
–The aim of this study was to verify the association between inflammatory biomarkers, dyslipidemia, obesity and physical activity status in 10-years old children. Ninety-four children participated in this study and were classified into eutrophic (n=36), overweight (n=34) or obese (n=24) according to their body mass index (BMI). The genic expression of(More)
OBJECTIVES To draw skinfold (SF) reference curves (subscapular, suprailiac, biceps, triceps) and to determine SF cutoff points for predicting the risk of metabolic syndrome (MetS) in children aged 6-10 years old. METHODS This was a cross-sectional study with a random sample of 1480 children aged 6-10 years old, 52.2% females, from public and private(More)
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