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This article is from Nutrition & Metabolism, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Obesity is associated with development of the cardiorenal metabolic syndrome, which is a constellation of risk factors, such as insulin resistance, inflammatory response, dyslipidemia, and high blood pressure that predispose affected individuals to well-characterized medical

Author: de Almeida, Amanda Roberta; Monte-Alegre, Sarah; Zanini, Michele Bianca; Souza, Aglecio Luiz; Etchebehere, Mauricio; Gontijo, Jose Antonio Rocha

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