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  • Larger omental adipocytes correlate with greater Fetuin-A reduction following sleeve gastrectomy. [Journal Article]
  • BOBMC Obes 2019; 6:15
  • Robinson KN, Rowitz B, … Teran-Garcia M
  • CONCLUSIONS: FetA began to decrease during the preoperative diet. Greater FetA reduction during this time was associated with smaller adipocytes on DOS. Therefore, immediate, post-bariatric improvements in glucose homeostasis may be partly explained by dietary changes. The preoperative diet protocol significantly reduced insulin resistance, a modifiable risk factor for other non-bariatric procedures. Therefore, this dietary protocol may also be used preoperatively for procedures beyond bariatric surgery.
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