Dietary factors and low-grade inflammation in relation to overweight and obesity.

@article{Calder2011DietaryFA,
  title={Dietary factors and low-grade inflammation in relation to overweight and obesity.},
  author={Philip C Calder and Namanjeet Ahluwalia and Francis Brouns and Timo Buetler and Karine Cl{\'e}ment and Karen Marie Cunningham and Katherine Esposito and Lena S. J{\"o}nsson and Hartmuth C. Kolb and Mirian Lansink and A. C. Luna Marcos and Andrew Margioris and Nathan V. Matusheski and Herv{\'e} Nordmann and Peter James Dyck and Giuseppe Pugliese and Salwa Rizkalla and Casper Schalkwijk and Jaakko Tuomilehto and Julia W{\"a}rnberg and Bernhard Watzl and Brigitte M. Winklhofer-Roob},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={106 Suppl 3},
  pages={
          S5-78
        }
}
Low-grade inflammation is a characteristic of the obese state, and adipose tissue releases many inflammatory mediators. The source of these mediators within adipose tissue is not clear, but infiltrating macrophages seem to be especially important, although adipocytes themselves play a role. Obese people have higher circulating concentrations of many inflammatory markers than lean people do, and these are believed to play a role in causing insulin resistance and other metabolic disturbances… CONTINUE READING

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