El Método Gabriel – Investigación Biomédica
A continuación se muestra bibliografía completa la investigación biomédica de mi best-seller, El Método Gabriel, para su referencia y para que usted sepa de dónde viene mi sistema para adelgazar y por qué los médicos estan muy emocionados de compartir este programa con sus pacientes.
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1 Ladyman SR, Grattan DR. “Region-specific reduction in leptin-induced phosphorylation of signal transducer and activator of transcription-3 (sTAT3) in the rat hypothalamus is associated with leptin resistance during pregnancy.” Endocrinology 2004; 145(8): 3704-11
2 Tups A, Ellis C, Moar K, Logie T, Adam C, Mercer J and Klingenspor M.
“Photoperiodic Regulation of Leptin Sensitivity in the Siberian Hamster, Phodopus sungorus, Is Reflected in Arcuate Nucleus SOCS-3 (suppressor of Cytokine Signaling) Gene Expression” Endocrinology Vol. 145, No. 3 1185-1193
1 “Teenage Dieters Are More Likely To Be Overweight And Suffer From Eating Disorders In The Future” – Medical News Today, April 14, 2006
1 See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for how
Proinflammatory Cytokines can activate the FAT Programs
2 Omega-3 fatty acids increase insulin sensitivity and reverse hyperinsulinemia – See Rosedale, R MD: “Insulin and Its Metabolic Effects.” Mercola Newsletter, July 2001
Omega-3 acids have been shown to lower triglycerides – Bruce H: “Clinical Nutrition 4: Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Cardio Vascular Care”. CMAJ March 5, 2002.
Omega-3 fatty acids reduce inflammation and pro-inflammatory cytokines – Arita M, Bianchini F, Aliberti J, Sher A, Chiang N, Hong S, Yang R , Petasis N Serhan C: “Stereochemical assignment, antiinflammatory properties, and receptor for the omega-3 lipid mediator resolvin E1”. JEM, Volume 201, Number 5, 713-722.
Cleland, L. G., James M. J, et al. (2003). “The role of fish oils in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.” Drugs 63(9): 845-53.
See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between insulin resistance, elevated triglycerides, inflammation and the FAT Programs. 3 Arab L. “Biomarkers of fat and fatty acid intake.” J Nutr 133 Suppl 3: 925S-932S. Berger M. M. and Mustafa I (2003). “Metabolic and nutritional support in acute cardiac failure.” Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care 6(2): 195-201.
Bhatnagar D. and Durrington P (2003). “Omega-3 fatty acids: their role in the prevention and treatment of atherosclerosis related risk factors and complications.” Int J Clin Pract 57(4): 305-14.
Brenner R. R. (2003). “Hormonal modulation of delta6 and delta5 desaturases: case of diabetes.” Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids 68(2): 151-62.
Calder P. C. (2003). “Long-chain n-3 fatty acids and inflammation: potential application in surgical and trauma patients.” Braz J Med Biol Res 36(4): 433-46. Chen, W. J. and Yeh S. J (2003). “Effects of fish oil in parenteral nutrition.” Nutrition 19(3): 275-9
Colin A, Reggers J, et al. (2003). “Lipids, depression and suicide” Encephale 29(1): 49-58. Haag, M. (2003). “Essential fatty acids and the brain.” Can J Psychiatry 48(3): 195-203 Harris S, Park Y, et al. (2003). “Cardiovascular disease and long-chain omega-3 fatty acids.”
Curr Opin Lipidol 14(1): 9-14. Skerrett J and Hennekens C (2003). “Consumption of fish and fish oils and decreased risk of stroke.” Prev Cardiol 6(1): 38-41. Spector L and Surette M (2003). “Diet and asthma: has the role of dietary lipids been overlooked in the management of asthma?” Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 90(4): 371-7; quiz 377-8, 421. 4 Rosedale, R “The Rosedale Diet” 2004 Harper Collins, New York 2004 5 See: http: //www.discount-vitamins-herbs.net/health-news8.htm#74 6 Rubin, J, The Maker’s Diet, 2004 Penguin, New York, 2004 7 Thompson, J “Essential 8”, Health Science Institute October 14, 2004
http: //www.hsibaltimore.com/ealerts/ea200410/ea20041014.html 8Eating a diet high in processed grains and refined sugars can lead to leptin and insulin resistance.
Rosedale, R: “Insulin and Its Metabolic Effects” Mecola News Letter, July, 2001. Also Rosedale, R, The Rosedale Diet, Harper Collins, New York, 2004 9Parikh S and Yanovski J: “Calcium Intake and Adiposity” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Vol. 77, No. 2, 281-287, February 2003
1 Certain stress responses can cause elevated cortisol levels and elevated levels of proinflammatory cytokines, which can lead to insulin resistance and leptin resistance – Ueland T, Kristo C, Godang K, Aukrust P, Bollerslev J “Interleukin-1 receptor antagonist is associated with fat distribution in endogenous Cushing’s syndrome: a longitudinal study” J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2003; 88(4): 1492-6 Kirwan, J, Hauguel-De Mouzon, S, Lepercq, J, Challier, J, Huston-Presley, L, Friedman J, Kalhan, C, and Catalano, P : “TNF-alpha Is a Predictor of Insulin Resistance in Human Pregnancy”, Diabetes 51: 2207-2213, 2002 Elenkov, I and Chrousos, P “Stress Hormones, Proinflammatory and Antiinflammatory Cytokines, and Autoimmunity Ann.” N.Y. Acad. Sci. 966: 290-303 (2002)
See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between proinflammatory cytokines and The FAT Programs.
2 Mercola, J “Mcdonalds and Biophoton Deficiency” Mercola Newletter, August 12, 2002 #352 http: //www.mercola.com/2002/aug/21/biophoton.htm
3 Mercola, J: “Breakthough Updates You Need To Know About Vitamin D.” Mercola Newsletter Feburary 23, 2002
Zittermann A, Schleithoff S, Koerfer R: “Putting cardiovascular disease and vitamin D insufficiency into perspective.” British Journal of Nutrition Volume: 94 Number: 4 Page: 483-492
See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between proinflammatory cytokines and the FAT Programs.
4 Fontana L, Shew J, Holloszy J, Villareal D : “Low Bone Mass in Subjects on a Long-term Raw Vegetarian Diet.” Arch Intern Med. 2005; 165: 684-689
5 Sunlight increases the level of Melancortins in the brain. Melancortins can increase leptin sensitivity in the hypothalamus –
Scarpace PJ, Matheny M, Zolotukhin S, Tumer N, Zhang Y “Leptin-induced leptin resistant rats exhibit enhanced response to the melancortin agonist MTII” Neuropharmacology 2003 Aug;45(2):211-9
Balthasar N, Coppari R, McMinn J, Lui S, Lee C, Tang V, Kenny C, McGovern R, Streamson C, Elmquist J “ Leptin Receptor Signaling in POMC Neurons Is Required for Normal Body Weight Homeostasis” Neuron, Vol. 42, 963-991, June 24, 2004
Seeley R: -Drazen D and -Clegg D: “The Critical Role of The Melancortin System in the Control of Energy Balance” Annual Review of Nutrition Vol. 24: 133-149 Please see Appendix Two– The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between leptin resistance and the FAT Programs
1Thompson J, “Chew On This” Health Science Institute, December 12, 2003
2 See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between insulin resistance and the FAT Programs
3 Rosedale R ” Insulin and Its Metabolic Effects.” Mercola Newsletter, July 2001
5 Rubin R The Maker’s Diet, Penguin, New York 2004
1 Moore D: ”The Health Benefits of Drinking Water” Dr. Donnica web site – address – http: //www.drdonnica.com/today/00007230.htm
2 Palma K: “Got Water?” Eagle-Tribune. April 24, 2002
1 “Sleep Wizard” Web site – Source – http: //www.sleepwizard.com/info
2 “Cortisol-Control” Web site – Source – http: //cortisol¬control.com/cortisol/treatments/sleep/
3 See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between cortisol and the FAT Programs
1 Mercola, J Droege, R: ” How To Avoid the 10 Most Common Toxins.” Mercola Newsletter, February 19, 2005
3 Manning PJ, Sutherland WH, Walker RJ, Williams SM, De Jong SA, Ryalls AR, Berry EA: “Effect of high-dose vitamin E on insulin resistance and associated parameters in overweight subjects.” Diabetes Care, 2004 Sep; 27(9): 2166-71
4 See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between insulin resistance and the FAT Programs
5 Weiss, R: “FDA is Urged to Ban Carbon-Monoxide-Treated Meat.” Washington Post February 20, 2006
6Genco R , Grossi S -Ho A, -Nishimura F and -Murayama Y: “A Proposed Model Linking Inflammation to Obesity, Diabetes, and Periodontal Infections.” Journal of Periodontology 2005, Vol. 76, No. 11-s, pp. 2075-2084.
Wisse B: “The Inflammatory Syndrome: The Role of Adipose Tissue Cytokine Metablism in Metabolic Disorders Linked to Obesity.” J. Am Soc Nephrol 15: 2792-2800, 2004
Das UN: “Is obesity an inflammatory condition?” Nutrition 2001 Nov-Dec; 17(11-12): 953¬66
7 See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between pro-inflammatory cytokines and the FAT Programs.
1 See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relevant hormones involved in the FAT Programs.
2 The biurnal rythm of cortisol levels gets reversed so that cortisol levels stay elevated at night.
See: Talbott, S, The Cortisol Connection, Hunter House Publishers, Alameda CA 2002
See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between cortisol and The FAT Programs.
1 Talbott, S, The Cortisol Connection, Hunter House Publishers, Alameda CA 2002
2 Ryff, C. “Well-being study: Good health goes beyond diet and exercise”. University of Wisconsin October 12, 2004
1 The hypothalamus is sometimes referred to as the ‘animal brain’. The arcuate and paraventrical nucleus of the hypothalamus are areas of the brain that help regulate a persons body weight.
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2 Jevning R, Wilson A and Davidson J: “Adrenocortical Activity During Meditation,” Hormones and Behavior 10: 54-60
3 See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for relationship between elevated cortisol levels and The FAT Programs
1 Exercise increases insulin sensitivity – Sato, Y. International Journal of Sports Medicine, vol 7 p. 307, 1986. Exercise lowers triglycerides – Kravitz L, Heyward V: “The Exercise & Cholesterol Controversy” University of New
Mexico Haskell, W. L. “The influence of exercise on the concentrations of triglyceride and cholesterol in human plasma.” Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 12, 205-244.
Exercise helps relieve stress and metabolize cortisol better – Talbott, S, The Cortisol Connection, Hunter House Publishers, Alameda CA, 2002 pp 44-45 See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between insulin resistance, triglycerides, cortisol and The FAT Programs.
2 Eichner, E.R. “Overtraining: Consequences and Prevention” Journal of Sports Science, Summer 1995, 13, spec.no.: s41-48 3 Talbott, S “The Cortisol Connection” 2002 Hunter House Publishers, Alameda CA pp 44¬-45
4Trapp,E.G &Boutcher, S.H. “Fat loss following 15 weeks high intesity,intermittent cycle ergometer training.” University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia 4See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between elevated cortisol levels and The FAT Programs.
1 Harris R, Mitchell T, Simpson J, Redmann S Jr, Youngblood B and Ryan D: “Weight loss in rats exposed to repeated acute restraint stress is independent of energy or leptin status.” Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 282: R77-R88, 2002
1 See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between chronically elevated cortisol levels and The FAT Programs
2 Fuhrmam, Joel: Fasting and Eating For Health, St. Martin’s Press, New York, NY. 1995
3 Rosedale R: “Insulin and Its Metabolic Effects.” Mercola Newsletter July 2001 Rosedale R : “Diabetes is Not a Disease of Blood Sugar.” Mercola Newsletter May 28, 2005
4 Chlorophyll is very high in magnesium, noted for helping to increase insulin sensitivity and stabilize blood sugar.
5 Genco R , Grossi S, -Ho A, -Nishimura F and -Murayama Y: “A Proposed Model Linking Inflammation to Obesity, Diabetes, and Periodontal Infections.” Journal of Periodontology 2005, Vol. 76, No. 11-s, pp.2075-2084
6 Scientists at the University of Florence in Italy found that when youngsters were deprived of their TV sets, computers and video games, their melatonin production increased by an average 30 per cent – Source – Gaia V: “Television watching may hasten puberty.” New science.com news service June 28, 2004
7Melanocortin deficiency is linked to leptin resistance – Seeley R: -Drazen D and -Clegg D: “The Critical Role of The Melancortin System in the Control of Energy Balance” Annual Review of Nutrition Vol. 24: 133-149
See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between leptin resistance and The FAT Programs.
8 Andersen R; Crespo C; Bartlett S; Cheskin L; Pratt M: “Relationship of Physical Activity and Television Watching With Body Weight and Level of Fatness Among Children” JAMA. 1998; 279: 938-942.
9 Eating at night keeps insulin levels elevated. See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between hyperinsulinemia and The FAT Programs
10An exaggerated insulin response leads to insulin resistance which leads to hyperinsulinemia. See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs.
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2 Kawai K: “Leptin is a modulator of sweet taste sensitivities in mice.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 2000 Vol. 97, Iss. 20, 11044-49
3 Goldsmith R, Bloomfield D, Magnano A., Weimer L, Heymsfield S, Gallagher D, Mayer L, Murphy E and Leibel R.L. (2005): “Low-dose leptin reverses skeletal muscle, autonomic, and neuroendocrine adaptations to maintenance of reduced weight.” Journal of Clinical Investigations, 2005, 115, 3579-86
4 Friedman J: ”Research Identifies Enzyme Involved in Fat Storage” Howard Hughs Medical Institute Research News. July 12, 2002
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8 Dallman M, Pecoraro N, Akana, S, la Fleur S, Gomez F, Houshyar H, Bell M, Bhatnagar S, Laugero K, and Manalo S: “Chronic stress and obesity: A new view of “comfort food”: Department of Physiology and Neuroscience Program, University of California, San Francisco. July 28, 2003
9 Pickup JC, Chusney GD, Mattock MB: ”The innate immune response and type 2 diabetes: evidence that leptin is associated with a stress-related (acute-phase) reaction.” Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). 2000 Jan; 52(1): 107-12
10 Via the activation of the 11hhsd1 enzyme which converts inactive cortisone to cortisol in certain cells.
11 Banks WA, Coon AB, Robinson SM, Moinuddin A, Shultz JM, Nakaoke R, Morley JE: “Triglycerides induce leptin resistance at the blood-brain barrier.” Diabetes, 2004 May; 53(5): 1253-60
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1 Mercola J: “Yes, You Can Depend on Sugar.” Mercola newsletter June 30, 2001
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3 Because aspartame is shaped chemically similar to sugar, it can trick the tongue into thinking it is sugar and this can cause an insulin response, eventually leading to insulin resistance and hyperinsulinemia.
Please See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between hyperinsulinemia and The FAT Programs
4 “Diet Soda May Double Your Risk of Obesity” San Antonio Express News, July 6,
5 “The Secret Dangers of Splenda (sucralose)” Mercola Newsletter December 3, 2000
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12 Processed grains cause an exaggerated insulin response which can lead to insulin resistance, hyperinsulinemia and leptin resistance. See Appendix Two – The Chemistry of the FAT Programs for the relationship between Leptin resistance and The FAT Programs
13 Allbritin J “Wheaty Indiscretions: What Happens to Wheat From Seed to Storage.” The Weston A Price Foundation Source – http: //www.westonaprice.org/modernfood/wheatyindiscretions.html
14 See – http: //www.mercola.com/products/coconut_oil.htm