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Iron deficiency anemia and megaloblastic anemia in obese patients

, BALFE A, MCMAHON C. Evaluation of serum transferring receptor assay in a centralized iron screening service . Clin Lab Haem. 2005; 27 : 190–4. 8. WISH JB. Assessing iron status: beyond serum ferritin and transferrin saturation . Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2006; 1 (Suppl): S4–S8. 9. MENZIE CM, YANOFF LB, DENKINGER BI, et al. Obesity-related hypoferremia is not explained by differences in reported intake of heme and nonheme iron or intake of dietary factors that can affect iron absorption . J Am Diet Assoc. 2008; 108 :145–148. 10. YANOFF LB, MENZIE

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Profiles of peptide YY and ghrelin, levels of hunger and satiety, and ad libitum intake in obese and non-obese Indonesian women

. BOWEN J., NOAKES M., CLIFTON PM. Appetite regulatory hormone responses to various dietary proteins differ by body mass index status despite similar reductions in ad libitum energy intake . J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2006; 91 :2913-9. 19. TENTOLOURIS N., KOKKINOS A., TSIGOS C. Differential effects of high-fat and high-carbohydrate content isoenergetic meals on plasma active ghrelin concentrations in lean and obese women . Hormone Metabol Res. 2004; 36 :559-63. 20. MAIER C., RIEDL M., VILA G. Cholinergic regulation of ghrelin and peptide YY release may be

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Association of neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio and microalbuminuria in patients with normal eGFR

, also in a nondiabetic, nonhypertensive population, and an independent indicator of cardiovascular risk factors and cardiovascular morbidity . J Intern Med. 2001; 249 :519–26. 14. KOROSHİ A. Microalbuminuria, is it so important? Hippokratia. 2007; 3 :105-7. 15. WRONE EM, CARNETHON MR, PANALİAPPAN LP, et al. Association of dietary protein intake and microalbuminuria in healthy adults: Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey . Am J Kid Dis. 2003; 41 :580–587. 16. JONES CA, FRANCİS ME, EBERHARDT MS, CHAVERS B, CORESH J, ENGELGAU M

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Role of Microbiome in Rheumatic Diseases

conflicting [ 1 , 39 ]. Mediterranean diet, characterized by high amounts of fruit, vegetables, whole grains, fish and olive oil, less red meat, and moderate alcohol intake, was previously thought to have a beneficial effect in reducing disease activity in RA [ 1 , 40 ]. But a recent prospective analysis did not show a n y positive result on it [ 39 ]. Fish oil contains a long chain n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, is believed to lower the inflammation in RA, but not yet proven [ 1 ]. To date, there is still no data about the association between a specific dietary pattern

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