Decreased non-esterified fatty acid suppression and features of the insulin resistance syndrome occur in a sub-group of individuals with normal glucose tolerance

@article{Byrne1995DecreasedNF,
  title={Decreased non-esterified fatty acid suppression and features of the insulin resistance syndrome occur in a sub-group of individuals with normal glucose tolerance},
  author={Dr. C. D. Byrne and Nicholas J Wareham and N. E. Day and R. McLeish and Dr. D. R. R. Williams and Charles Nicholas Hales},
  journal={Diabetologia},
  year={1995},
  volume={38},
  pages={1358-1366}
}
To investigate causes of increased triglyceride concentrations in subjects with normal glucose tolerance (determined by oral glucose tolerance testing using World Health Organization criteria) 883 healthy subjects (389 men and 494 women) between 40 and 65 years of age were studied. Subjects were divided by gender into four groups according to 120-min glucose concentrations. Individuals in the highest quartile of glucose concentration had the highest mean triglyceride concentrations (p<0.0001… CONTINUE READING
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