high-calorie diet


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high-cal·o·rie di·et

a diet containing 4,000 or more calories per day.

high-cal·o·rie di·et

(hī-kalŏr-ē dīĕt)
One containing more than 4,000 calories daily.

high-cal·o·rie di·et

(hī-kalŏr-ē dīĕt)
Diet containing more than 4,000 calories per day.
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Insulin resistance in this model was defined as a HOMA-IR > 2 standard deviations from the mean for the 21 pigs that remained at the IUSM/Purdue Animal Facility and were not exposed to the high-fat, high-calorie diet.
More than 92 million Chinese adults suffer from Type-2 diabetes, caused mainly by a high-calorie diet and sedentary lifestyle, according to the New England Journal of Medicine.
The French team from the University Louis Pasteur became interested in the SIRT1 protein after earlier studies showing resveratrol countered some effects of a high-calorie diet via SIRT1.
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Unique Middle Eastern aspects include a study of the effect of a high-calorie diet on diabetes development in camels, and the therapeutic potential of an antioxidant-rich Arabic folk medicine.
Resveratrol improves health and survival of mice on a high-calorie diet. Nature, November 16, 2006; volume 444, pages 337-342 (published electronically November 1).
When fed a high-fat, high-calorie diet for long periods, the PTP-1B knockout mice displayed significantly heightened insulin sensitivity, were resistant to weight gain and maintained significantly lower glucose, insulin and leptin levels than normal mice on the same diet.
The typical sedentary lifestyle along with the high-fat, high-calorie diet of many African-Americans jump-starts the gene, causing obesity and its attendant diseases--diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease--all more prevalent in the Black community.
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Physical inactivity and a high-fat, high-calorie diet (often deficient in fiber and important nutrients like calcium) contribute to heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and osteoporosis.
Laboratory mice fed a restricted low-calorie diet (25 percent calorie restriction) had significantly less damage to their age-related genes than those on a high-calorie diet. The high-calorie diets promoted greater cell metabolism, resulting in significantly reduced activity of genes that protect from free radicals damage.
A high-calorie diet is desirable, and patients often tolerate food best in the morning.