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Dietary glycemic index is associated with less favorable anthropometric and metabolic profiles in polycystic ovary syndrome wom

Graff SK et al.
Used Parameters : PBF

Publication Year : 2013

Country : Brazil

Journal : Fertility and Sterility

Objective To compare glycemic index (GI) in the usual diet of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and control women and to investigate whether dietary GI is associated with body composition and anthropometric and metabolic variables across PCOS phenotypes. Design Cross-sectional study. Setting University hospital outpatient clinic. Patient (s) Sixty-one women with PCOS and 44 nonhirsute women with ovulatory cycles. Intervention (s) Metabolic work-up, biochemical and hormonal assays, assessment of body composition and …
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