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Diet and Metabolic Dysfunction

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Diet and Metabolic Dysfunction
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN-13: 9783038423232
Number of pages: 652

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The fundamental importance of diet in the pathophysiology of metabolic syndrome is well acknowledged and may be crucial in the determination of cardiovascular risk and the development of cardiovascular complications. The contributions presented here provide an updated systematic overview examining, in detail, the functional role of different diets and dietary components in maintaining glucose homeostasis and preventing long-term complications.

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