Dairy attentuates oxidative and inflammatory stress in metabolic syndrome123

  title={Dairy attentuates oxidative and inflammatory stress in metabolic syndrome123},
  author={Renee Ashley Stancliffe and Teresa Thorpe and Michael B Zemel},
  booktitle={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
BACKGROUND Oxidative and inflammatory stress are elevated in obesity and are further augmented in metabolic syndrome. We showed previously that dairy components suppress the adipocyte- and macrophage-mediated generation of reactive oxygen species and inflammatory cytokines and systemic oxidative and inflammatory biomarkers in obesity. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to determine the early (7 d) and sustained (4 and 12 wk) effects of adequate-dairy (AD) compared with low-dairy (LD… CONTINUE READING
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