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Syndrome X - Alcohol

Alcohol - one to three drinks per day may enhance insulin sensitivity and reduce biochemical factors associated with Syndrome X. [Nutr Rev, May 2000;154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview

Syndrome X - Chromium

Chromium 200 mcg/d may help. [Nutr Rev, May 2000;154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview

Syndrome X - Diet

Diet - high in fat and refined carbohydrates and low in dietary fiber and nutrients, increases risk of insulin resistance. [Nutr Rev, May 2000;154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview

Syndrome X - Diet - 2

Diet - replace refined carbohydrates with fiber-rich complex carbohydrates; whole or minimally-processed fruits and vegetables; reduce saturated fat intake. [Nutr Rev, May 2000;154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview

Syndrome X - Diet - 3

Diet - reducing refined carbohydrates is most important. [Nutr Rev, May 2000; 154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview

Syndrome X - Lifestyle

Lifestyle is usually sedentary life; consumes a diet high in calories, total fat and refined carbohydrates; and is overweight with a central abdominal pattern of distribution. [Nutr Rev, May 2000;154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview

Syndrome X - Lifestyle factors

Lifestyle factors increase risk - smoking, lack of physical activity and excessive alcohol intake. [Nutr Rev, May 2000;154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview

Syndrome X - Magnesium

Magnesium beneficial. [Nutr Rev, May 2000;154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview

Syndrome X - Physical activity

Physical activity reduces risk. [Nutr Rev, May 2000;154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview

Syndrome X - Vitamin E

Vitamin E 100-200 IU/d. [Nutr Rev, May 2000;154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview

Syndrome X - Vitamin E - 2

Vitamin E 600-900 mg/d. [Nutr Rev, May 2000;154-160. 35814 (2001)] Summary Interview
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