2 edition of Insulin resistance and disease found in the catalog.
Insulin resistance and disease
|Statement||E. Ferrannini, guest editor.|
|Series||Baillière"s clinical endocrinology and metabolism : international practice and research -- v.7/4, Baillière"s clinical endocrinology and metabolism -- v.7/4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1108|
Insulin Resistance: Childhood Precursors and Adult Disease presents topics related to insulin resistance and its consequences across the lifespan. In the first section of the book examining epidemiology, the contributors review controversies over the definition of metabolic syndrome in adults and children, current knowledge regarding the. Mario J.A. Saad, in Endothelium and Cardiovascular Diseases, Insulin Resistance. Insulin resistance is defined as a subnormal biological response to a given hormone concentration. Increasingly prevalent in our society, it accompanies various clinical situations, such as obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, infectious processes, some endocrine diseases, and polycystic ovary.
At the root of many chronic health problems today is high blood sugar and insulin resistance, thanks to the standard American diet. Heart disease, chronic pain, hormone imbalances, diabetes, autoimmunity, and Alzheimer’s are just a few chronic disorders impacted by high blood sugar. Marie-Eve Piché, Paul Poirier, in Encyclopedia of Endocrine Diseases (Second Edition), Insulin Resistance. Insulin resistance plays an important role in the pathophysiology of DM and CVD, and both genetic and environmental factors facilitate its development. Insulin resistance is a characteristic feature of T2DM but is also a consistent finding in patients with T1DM (Yki-Jarvinen and.
In Insulin Resistance: The Metabolic Syndrome X, outstanding investigators thoughtfully summarize our current understanding of how insulin resistance and its compensating hyperinsulinemia (Syndrome X) play a major role in the pathogenesis and clinical course of high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease-the so-called diseases of Western civilization-as well as polycystic ovary s: 1. 1. Introduction. Insulin resistance (IR) constitutes a common and broadly prevalent metabolic disorder, which seems to govern the pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus, metabolic syndrome, and obesity .Furthermore, IR appears to be a clinically important manifestation of various endocrine diseases, including polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), thyroid and adrenal diseases, as well as their Cited by:
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The book reviews the normal biology of insulin action on glucose, lipids and proteins. It considers the pathological basis for insulin resistance in animal models and humans, and discusses the influence of heredity, dietary factors and : $ Rob Thompson, MD is a board-certified cardiologist in private practice who has counseled patients with high cholesterol, diabetes, and heart disease for more than twenty-five years.
He is the author of the bestselling The Glycemic-Load Diet, and The Glycemic-Load Diet Cookbook. Thompson resides in /5(). Presenting a complete overview and the relationship between insulin resistance syndrome and psychiatric and cognitive disorders, the book will be a welcome addition to the library of any psychiatrist, neurologist, endocrinologist, or research scientist.
The book also discusses new treatments to help prevent metabolic complications among patients with neuropsychiatric illnesses, including schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s Disease Manufacturer: CRC Press. The book reviews the normal biology of insulin action on glucose, lipids and proteins.
It considers the pathological basis for insulin resistance in animal models and humans, and discusses the influence of heredity, dietary factors and exercise. This book is organized into three parts: Part one covers how insulin resistance makes us fat.
Part two explains the solution to insulin resistance and the link and balance eating method. The final part focuses on making the method work for you/5(). Insulin Resistance Syndrome and Neuropsychiatric Disease - CRC Press Book This is the first book of its kind to tie the metabolic syndrome with psychiatric disorders and raise the possibility that common antipsychotic treatments may have this type of adverse effect on patients.
In Mastering Diabetes, Cyrus Khambatta, PhD, and Robby Barbaro, MPH detail their revolutionary method to reverse insulin resistance (the root cause of blood glucose variability) by eating carbohydrate-rich foods, intermittent fasting, and daily movement.
The Mastering Diabetes method decreases overall chronic disease risk and maximizes life expectancy for people living with all forms.
Insulin resistance is a condition that raises your risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease. When you have insulin resistance, your body has problems using insulin. Over time, this makes your blood glucose (sugar) levels go up. The good news is that cutting calories, being active, and losing weightcan reverse insulin resistanceFile Size: KB.
In the book How Fat Works, author Philip A. Wood defines insulin resistance as a condition in which the body’s cells require more and more insulin to achieve normal levels of glucose uptake. 5 According to Wood, a professor of genetics, nutrition science, physiology, and.
Insulin resistance contributing to cardiomyopathy. A strong association exists between insulin resistance and HF.
Insulin resistance predicted the development of HF in several clinical studies ().Although association of insulin resistance to heart failure may be attributed to associated conditions such as CRS, hypertension, and coronary heart disease, the recognition of HF in association with Cited by: Insulin resistance syndrome includes a group of problems like obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and type 2 diabetes.
It could affect as many as 1 in 3 Americans. It could affect as. Insulin resistance is characterized as the body reaching tolerance to its own insulin.
Insulin resistance is a root cause of almost all chronic diseases including obesity, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, Alzheimer’s and many more. Research suggests that over two-thirds of adults are developing some level of insulin resistance.
For many years, cardiovascular disease (CVD) has been the leading cause of death around the world. Often associated with CVD are comorbidities such as obesity, abnormal lipid profiles and insulin resistance. Insulin is a key hormone that functions as a regulator of cellular metabolism in many tissues in the human body.
Insulin resistance is defined as a decrease in tissue response to insulin Cited by: A revised and updated edition of the classic book on insulin resistance in the pediatric population and its impact across the lifespan, covering epidemiology, pathophysiology, molecular and metabolic mechanisms, unique models and management strategies for insulin resistance.
Rob Thompson, a board certified internist and cardiologist has written The Insulin Resistance Solution which explains how to reverse prediabetes, lose belly weight, and prevent type 2 diabetes.
The 2nd half of the book are courtesy of Dana Carpender’s 75+ recipes showing how to eat in a way that is delicious and essentially low carb. The book jumps right in to explain how people didn’t. The Journal of Insulin Resistance is a peer-reviewed, clinically oriented journal covering advances in disorders of insulin resistance.
Articles focus on clinical care and advancing therapy for patients with insulin resistance-related disorders. Insulin resistance includes pathophysiology, management, patient education, and treatment considerations for different patient by: 5. Insulin resistance seems to be a common feature and a possible contributing factor to several frequent health problems, including type 2 diabetes mellitus, 2 3-polycystic ovary disease, 5 dyslipidemia, 6 hypertension,cardiovascular disease, sleep apnea, 14 certain hormone-sen.
Cellular insulin action and insulin resistance; hepatic glucose metabolism and insulin resistance in NIDDM and obesity; action of insulin on glucose metabolism in vivo; in vivo glucose transport in human skeletal muscle - tools, problems and perspectives; cardiovascular actions of insulin in humans - implications for insulin sensitivity and vascular tone; insulin action on protein metabolism; insulin action and substrate competition; genetics of insulin action; insulin resistance.
Insulin Resistance: Childhood Precursors of Adult Disease, Second Edition provides up-to-date reviews of all of these areas, providing the reader with a current perspective on issues in insulin resistance in youth, an emerging risk factor for disease across the lifespan, that will spur continued interest in the topic on the part of clinicians and researchers, perhaps promoting new points of.
Clearly, insulin resistance is not simply a problem of deficient glucose uptake in response to insulin, but a multifaceted syndrome that increases significantly the risk for cardiovascular disease. The links between insulin resistance and the associated dyslipidemia, hypertension, hypercoagulability, and atherosclerosis are numerous and by:.
Insulin resistance is the main cause of this common disease that affects about 9% of people worldwide. Resistance vs. sensitivity Insulin resistance and insulin sensitivity are two sides of. Insulin resistance has become a huge problem in our culture and it can lead to many of the chronic health problems we see today, including obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart is also linked to high blood pressure, high cholesterol, thyroid problems, muscle loss, fat gain, fatty liver, breast cancer, endometrial cancer, and other cancers as well.
Praise “This powerful book will revolutionize the way you think about diabetes. Written by two guys at the forefront of the diabetes revolution who both have type 1 diabetes, it creates a roadmap to understand the physiology of insulin resistance and give you the tools to reverse it using powerful scientific evidence.