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Selenium intake reduces serum C3, an early marker of metabolic syndrome manifestations, in healthy young adults.(ORIGINAL ARTICLE)(serum complement factor 3)(Clinical report)

OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the associations between serum complement factor 3 (C3) and several anthropometrical, biochemical and lifestyle features in healthy young adults, emphasizing on the putative effect of selenium intake on C3 concentrations.METHODS: This study enrolled 100 healthy young adults a... Full description

Journal Title: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition July, 2009, Vol.63(7), p.858(7)
Main Author: Puchau, B.
Other Authors: Zulet, M. A. , De Echavarri, A. Gonzalez , Navarro - Blasco, I. , Martinez, J. A.
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title: Selenium intake reduces serum C3, an early marker of metabolic syndrome manifestations, in healthy young adults.(ORIGINAL ARTICLE)(serum complement factor 3)(Clinical report)
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  • Puchau, B.
  • Zulet, M. A.
  • De Echavarri, A. Gonzalez
  • Navarro - Blasco, I.
  • Martinez, J. A.
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  • Blood Serum -- Properties
  • Metabolic Diseases -- Research
  • Selenium (Nutrient) -- Properties
ispartof: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, July, 2009, Vol.63(7), p.858(7)
description: OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the associations between serum complement factor 3 (C3) and several anthropometrical, biochemical and lifestyle features in healthy young adults, emphasizing on the putative effect of selenium intake on C3 concentrations.METHODS: This study enrolled 100 healthy young adults aged 18-34 years. Anthropometric and blood pressure measurements and lifestyle features were analyzed. Fasting blood samples were collected for the measurement of glucose, total cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol, triacylglycerols and C3 concentrations. Nail samples were collected for the analysis of selenium concentrations.RESULTS: Values of BMI (P=0.034), sum of skinfold thicknesses (STs) (P=0.021), body fat mass (BFM) (P=0.023), percentage of overweight subjects (P=0.007), serum triacylglycerols (P=0.012) and nail selenium (P=0.001) were significantly different between subjects above and below the median of serum C3 concentrations. The following correlations with serum C3 were identified tricipital ST (P=0.033), sum of STs (P=0.012), BMI (P=0.008), BFM (P=0.018), waist-to-height ratio (P=0.016), serum glucose (P=0.045), serum triacylglycerols (P=0.001) and nail selenium (P=0.006). Circulating C3 showed a positive association with several adiposity markers such as BMI (P=0.001), waist circumference (P=0.006), waist-to-height ratio (P=0.002), BFM (P=0.025), as well as serum glucose (P=0.027) and triacylglycerols (P
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titleSelenium intake reduces serum C3, an early marker of metabolic syndrome manifestations, in healthy young adults.(ORIGINAL ARTICLE)(serum complement factor 3)(Clinical report)
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descriptionOBJECTIVES: To evaluate the associations between serum complement factor 3 (C3) and several anthropometrical, biochemical and lifestyle features in healthy young adults, emphasizing on the putative effect of selenium intake on C3 concentrations.METHODS: This study enrolled 100 healthy young adults aged 18-34 years. Anthropometric and blood pressure measurements and lifestyle features were analyzed. Fasting blood samples were collected for the measurement of glucose, total cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol, triacylglycerols and C3 concentrations. Nail samples were collected for the analysis of selenium concentrations.RESULTS: Values of BMI (P=0.034), sum of skinfold thicknesses (STs) (P=0.021), body fat mass (BFM) (P=0.023), percentage of overweight subjects (P=0.007), serum triacylglycerols (P=0.012) and nail selenium (P=0.001) were significantly different between subjects above and below the median of serum C3 concentrations. The following correlations with serum C3 were identified tricipital ST (P=0.033), sum of STs (P=0.012), BMI (P=0.008), BFM (P=0.018), waist-to-height ratio (P=0.016), serum glucose (P=0.045), serum triacylglycerols (P=0.001) and nail selenium (P=0.006). Circulating C3 showed a positive association with several adiposity markers such as BMI (P=0.001), waist circumference (P=0.006), waist-to-height ratio (P=0.002), BFM (P=0.025), as well as serum glucose (P=0.027) and triacylglycerols (P<0.001), whereas nail selenium was a statistically significant negative predictor of C3 concentrations (P=0.018).CONCLUSIONS: C3 seems to be related with selenium status and several anthropometrical and biochemical measurements linked to metabolic syndrome in apparently healthy young adults. These findings suggest a possible role for selenium intake in the modulation of C3, whose assessment may be an early marker of metabolic syndrome manifestations.
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