Stephanie H. Abrams

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The current study investigated the combined effects of feeding a high-fat/high-sucrose (HF/HS) diet to rodents rendered sedentary via hindlimb unloading (HU). For 3 wk before HU, male Wistar rats were fed chow or a diet in which 32% of calories were derived from corn oil fat and 48% of calories from sucrose. Feeding continued during an additional 3-wk(More)
UNLABELLED Osteocalcin (OCN), a marker of osteoblast activity, has been implicated in the regulation of energy metabolism by the skeleton and thus may affect body fat measures. OBJECTIVE To examine the relationships of OCN to body fat measures and whether they vary according to markers of energy and vitamin D metabolism. DESIGN AND METHODS Data were(More)
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