Enhanced insulin sensitivity in successful, long-term weight loss maintainers compared with matched controls with no weight loss history

@inproceedings{Clamp2017EnhancedIS,
  title={Enhanced insulin sensitivity in successful, long-term weight loss maintainers compared with matched controls with no weight loss history},
  author={Louise Clamp and David John Hume and Estelle Victoria Lambert and Jacolene Kroff},
  booktitle={Nutrition &Diabetes},
  year={2017}
}
Background:Weight gain is associated with deterioration in metabolic health, whereas weight loss improves insulin sensitivity. This study assesses the impact of long-term, successfully maintained weight loss and weight-loss relapse on measures of insulin sensitivity and identifies factors that explain variability in insulin sensitivity.Methods:Women (20–45 years) were recruited into four groups: reduced-overweight/obese (RED, n=15); body mass index (BMI)-matched controls (stable low-weight, n… CONTINUE READING

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