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Weight loss for women with and without polycystic ovary syndrome following a very low-calorie diet in a community-based setting with trained facilitators for 12 weeks.
(Dove Medical Press, 2015-10)
Background: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects between 2% and 26% of reproductive-age women in the UK, and accounts for up to 75% of anovulatory infertility. The major symptoms include ovarian disruption, hyperandrogenism, ...
Biochemical adaptations in early starvation: observations on sex difference.
(Cambridge University Press., 1978-12)
A study of the time course of fructose-2, 6-bisphosphate production in a septic mouse model.
(Cambridge University Press., 1986-02)
The development and evaluation of a holistic approach to obesity management for primary care nurses.
(The Robert Gordon University, 2008-08)
The prevalence of obesity (BMI≥30kg/m²) in the Scottish population is rising at an alarming pace. The health implications for those affected and the lack of sustained success in treatment, demands that new strategies be ...
Different dietary approaches for the treatment of obesity and the phenotypic responses to these diets.
(The Robert Gordon University, 2009-04)
Currents treatments for obesity have been unsuccessful. It is essential that a patient-centred approach for obesity management is developed and for this to be successful other diet and lifestyle approaches need to be ...
Global warming: is weight loss a solution?
(Nature Publishing Group, 2012-03)
The current climate change has been most likely caused by the increased greenhouse gas emissions. We have looked at the major greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide (CO2), and estimated the reduction in the CO2 emissions that would ...
Stimulation of colorectal tumour protein synthesis, in vivo, by nutritional support.
(Cambridge University Press, 1990-07)
Systematic review of exercise and the long-term outcomes of the treatment for obesity.
(Cambridge University Press., 2002-11)
Selenoprotein expression in the rat colon during Se deficiency.
(Cambridge University Press., 2002-05)