Hasina Ambia-Sobhan

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BACKGROUND Weight loss is associated with bone loss, but this has not been examined in overweight premenopausal women. OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to assess whether overweight premenopausal women lose bone with moderate weight loss at recommended or higher than recommended calcium intakes. DESIGN Overweight premenopausal women [n = 44; x (+/-SD)(More)
Endogenous collagen cross-links influence cartilage biomechanical properties and resistance to degradation. Formalin fixation modifies collagen residues and forms new cross-links in a dose-dependent manner. We tested the hypothesis that magnetization transfer (MT) effects and T(2) depend on collagen cross-linking in cartilage. These parameters were measured(More)
Weight reduction induces bone loss by several factors, and the effect of higher protein (HP) intake during caloric restriction on bone mineral density (BMD) is not known. Previous study designs examining the longer-term effects of HP diets have not controlled for total calcium intake between groups and have not examined the relationship between bone and(More)
BACKGROUND Weight loss (WL) is associated with a decrease in calcium absorption and may be one mechanism that induces bone loss with weight reduction. OBJECTIVE Because vitamin D supplementation has been shown to increase true fractional calcium absorption (TFCA), the goal of this study was to examine the effect of vitamin D during WL or weight(More)
BACKGROUND Although there is considerable evidence for a loss of bone mass with weight loss, the few human studies on the relationship between weight cycling and bone mass or density have differing results. Further, very few studies assessed the role of dietary composition on bone mass during weight cycling. The primary objective of this study was to(More)
Energy restriction decreases bone mineral density (BMD), and epidemiological studies suggest that the risk of weight loss-induced bone loss is greater in lean than in heavier individuals. Our goal in this study was to determine how bone density and geometry respond to energy restriction in mature obese rats compared with lean rats. At 6 mo of age, 36(More)
High bone turnover states are known to raise blood lead levels (BPb). Caloric restriction will increase bone turnover, yet it remains unknown if weight reduction increases BPb due to mobilization of skeletal stores. We measured whole blood Pb levels ((206)Pb) by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry in 73 women (age 24-75 years; BMI 23- 61 kg/m(2))(More)
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