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The aim of the study was to assess the nutritional status and metabolic parameters of women with metabolic syndrome. 178 patients and 171 controls were selected during general medicine examinations. The collection of nutritional data concerned the measurement of some anthropometric parameters, Food ration, glycemic and lipid panel parameters, also, renal function tests, oxidant status and inflammatory markers were determined. The results shows that the insulin resistance index, the LDL-TBARS, the triglycerides, the fibrinogen and CRP levels were increased, but the antioxidant activity was decreased and the nutritional status was Unbalanced, all these anomalies could facilitate the appearance of serious complications in future.
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Author(s): Mohammed Hadjari and Karima Bereksi
Antioxidant Status, C-Reactive Protein, Insulin Levels, Metabolic Syndrome, Nutritional Status., inflammatory markers