Metabolic syndrome in adults: relation with diet and other lifestyle factors

Reviews in Health Care

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Title Metabolic syndrome in adults: relation with diet and other lifestyle factors
Creator Kataria, Ishu
Chadha, Ravinder
Pathak, Renuka
Subject Public health; Cardiology; Nutrition
Metabolic Syndrome; Diet; Lifestyle
Description Metabolic syndrome is a constellation of risk factors that has the potential of developing into cardiovascular disease or increase the susceptibility to it. It is present worldwide with now even developing countries getting overwhelmed by its burden. With a shift towards unhealthy diet coupled with sedentary lifestyle, development of metabolic syndrome is on the rise even among young adults. One of the main causes of this problem is faulty diet, so any means to reduce the incidence of the syndrome involves the modification of the existing diets rich in saturated fat, sodium and cholesterol. This review focusses on efficacy of different dietary patterns for combating the syndrome along with other lifestyle risk factors. It also highlights newer advancements in the field of Metabolic Syndrome, which can serve as potential strategies to combat it. Public health interventions targeting adults, therefore, should center on prevention through education, modification of diet and lifestyle, and focusing on environment, so that these changes are acceptable and sustainable.
Publisher SEEd
Date 2015-07-30
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article

Narrative review
Format text/html
Source Reviews in Health Care; Vol 6, No 3 (2015); 99-124
Language eng
Coverage worldwide

Rights Copyright (c) 2015 Seed

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