Corpus ID: 165183036

ÍNDICE INFLAMATÓRIO DA DIETA E SUA ASSOCIAÇÃO COM SÍNDROME METABÓLICA E RESISTÊNCIA INSULÍNICA EM ADULTOS JOVENS.

@inproceedings{Carvalho2017NDICEID,
  title={{\'I}NDICE INFLAMAT{\'O}RIO DA DIETA E SUA ASSOCIAÇ{\~A}O COM S{\'I}NDROME METAB{\'O}LICA E RESIST{\^E}NCIA INSUL{\'I}NICA EM ADULTOS JOVENS.},
  author={Carolina Abreu de Carvalho},
  year={2017}
}
Introducao: Diversos estudos tem documentado a associacao entre inflamacao e desfechos metabolicos. O Indice Inflamatorio da Dieta (IID) e uma ferramenta para avaliacao do potencial inflamatorio da dieta. Trabalhos associando o IID a sindrome metabolica ou resistencia insulinica ainda controversos. Objetivo: avaliar a associacao do IID com resistencia insulinica (RI) ou sindrome metabolica (SM). Materiais e Metodos: Trata-se de um estudo transversal, realizado com 2017 adultos de 23 a 25 anos… Expand

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