Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of conditions associated with the increased risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
The health problems found in the group include too much fat around the waist, elevated blood pressure, high triglycerides, elevated blood sugar, and low HDL cholesterol.
and often in the greenhouse.
With an aim to find a potential compound or whole food for the treatment of metabolic syndrome, researchers investigated longitudinally whether serum carotenoids are associated with the risk of developing the MetS and its components in Japanese subjects.
The results strongly suggested "Higher concentrations of each individual carotenoid and total carotenoids were significantly associated with a decrease in the number of abnormal MetS components"
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(1) High serum carotenoids associated with lower risk for the metabolic syndrome and its components among Japanese subjects: Mikkabi cohort study by Sugiura M1, Nakamura M2, Ogawa K1, Ikoma Y1, Yano M. (PubMed)
(2) Higher serum carotenoid concentrations associated with a lower prevalence of the metabolic syndrome in middle-aged and elderly Chinese adults by Liu J1, Shi WQ1, Cao Y1, He LP1, Guan K1, Ling WH1, Chen YM. (PubMed)
(3) Diet, Exercise and the Metabolic Syndrome by Christos Pitsavos,1 Demosthenes Panagiotakos,2 Michael Weinem, and Christodoulos Stefanadis. (PMC)