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Adiponectin insulin resistance and artheriosclerosis

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    Adiponectin insulin resistance and artheriosclerosis

    This test measures the Adiponectin value from serum.
    With this you chart your risk of insulin resistance, arteriosclerosis and coronary heart disease.

    Adiponectin is a protein that is almost exclusively produced in fat cells. Adiponectin plays a protective role in the initiation and progression of arteriosclerosis. In people who are overweight, type 2 diabetes, arteriosclerosis and coronary artery disease, the adiponectin concentration in the blood is lower than in people of normal weight.
    A low adiponectin concentration is associated with reduced insulin sensitivity. Logically, high concentrations of adiponectin are associated with good insulin sensitivity.
    The cause of type 2 diabetes is thought to be prolonged and low levels of inflammation in adipose tissue. Adiponectin possibly lowers this level of inflammation.

    Osteoarthritis can also be caused by a lack of adiponectin. This is a protein that arises from fatty tissue and actually protects against wear and tear. Adiponectin enters the joints through the bloodstream. So a little fat is good. Not overweight of course, because then the balance will tip again. The amount of adiponectin is then overshadowed by the extra pounds that press on the joints. It must be in balance.




    • With a result higher than 10 milligrams per liter, you have a low risk of insulin resistance and arteriosclerosis.
    • With a result less than 4 milligrams per liter, you have an increased risk of insulin resistance and arteriosclerosis.

    reference; https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15149866/

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