diabetogenous

diabetogenous

 [di″ah-be-toj´ĕ-nus]
caused by diabetes.
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di·a·be·tog·en·ous

(dī'ă-be-toj'en-ŭs),
Caused by diabetes.
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di·a·be·tog·en·ous

(dī'ă-bē-toj'ĕn-ŭs)
Caused by diabetes.
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As Taubes describes, there are several reasons why von Noorden's alternate ("diabetogenous obesity") theory for obesity went missing after World War II.
They wished to use genetic markers to distinguish between these competing theories for the development of obesity--the "diabetogenous" model of von Noorden in which insulin drives weight gain in susceptible persons with insulin resistance when exposed to high-carbohydrate diets (what the present authors term the carbohydrate-insulin model of obesity) vs the CICO model in which the insulin resistance is the result rather than the cause of the obesity.