dysmetabolism

dysmetabolism

/dys·me·tab·o·lism/ (-mĕ-tab´o-lizm) defective metabolism.
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Obesity, hypertension, dysmetabolism are diseases caused by unhealthy diet custom which influenced human's living quality.
Prenatal PFAS concentrations in early pregnancy were not associated with dysmetabolism in offspring in mid-childhood, and childhood PFAS concentrations were not contemporaneously associated with leptin or adiponectin.
There is also overwhelming scientific evidence rapidly accumulating that in vivo pathological Maillard reactions accumulate both from internal dysmetabolism of sugar and ingesting advanced glycation end products (AGEs) created by excessive heating of food that are toxic in living tissue.
Neonatal MSG Treatment Resulted in Liver Inflammation and Dysmetabolism.
Haugaard, "Soluble urokinase plasminogen activator receptor is a marker of dysmetabolism in HIV-infected patients receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy," Journal of Medical Virology, vol.
Immune aging, dysmetabolism, and inflammation in neurological diseases.
Individuals with reduced microbial gene richness (40%) were present with more pronounced dysmetabolism and low-grade inflammation.
Greenberg, "Local glucose utilization in acute focal cerebral ischemia: local dysmetabolism and diaschisis," Neurology, vol.