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Participatory Research Papers as shared by our associates:

S.No.TopicAuthor(s)PublicationResearch Document
1.Abdominal obesity and type 2 diabetes: dietary strategies including edible oils, cooking practices and sugar intakeS Gulati / A MisraEuropean Journal of Clinical NutritionLink
2.A profile of New Zealand ‘Asian’ participants of the 2008/09 Adult National Nutrition Survey: focus on dietary habits, nutrient intakes and health outcomesSherly M Parackal, Claire Smith and Winsome Ruth ParnellPublic Health Nutrition: 18(5), 893–904Link
3.Effect of oral cinnamon intervention on metabolic profile and body composition of Asian Indians with metabolic syndrome: a randomized double -blind control trialSonal Gupta Jain, Seema Puri, Anoop Misra, Seema Gulati and Kalaivani ManiBioMed Central / Gupta Jain et al. Lipids in Health and Disease (2017) 16:113Link
4.Dietary Transition in the South Asian diaspora: Implications for Diabetes Prevention StrategiesSherly ParackalDietary transition among South AsiansLink
5.Exploring reasons for ethnic disparities in diet-and lifestyle-related chronic disease for Asian sub-groups in New Zealand: a scoping exerciseSherly Parackal, Joanna Stewart & Elsie HoEthnicity & Health, Taylor & FrancisLink
6.Dietary Fats and Cardiovascular Disease – A Presidential Advisory From the American Heart AssociationAHA PRESIDENTIAL ADVISORYLink
7.A Scientometric Assessment of Obesity Research Publications from IndiaResearchGateLink
8.Prevention of Diabetes: Countless Opportunities and Clear ChallengesAmerican Journal Lifestyle MedicineLink
9.Sugar Intake, Obesity, and Diabetes in IndiaSeema Gulati1,2 and Anoop MisraLink
10.A profile of New Zealand ‘Asian’ participants of the 2008/09 Adult National Nutrition Survey: focus on dietary habits, nutrient intakes and health outcomes [2014]Link
11.The post-trial analysis of the Indian SMS diabetes prevention study shows persistent beneficial effects of lifestyle interventionPUBMEDLink
12.Rising Costs of Drug/Insulin Treatment for Diabetes: A Perspective from IndiaDIABETES TECHNOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
Volume 19, Number 12, 2017
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13.Bimodal glucose distribution in Asian Indian pregnant women: Relevance in gestational diabetes mellitus diagnosis.Journal of Clinical and Translational Endocrinology 2018 Jun 19Link
14.Omega-3 fatty acids for the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease.www.cochranelibrary.comLink
15.Dietary and physical activity recommendations to prevent type 2 diabetes
in South Asian adults: A systematic review
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16.Prevalence of Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes and Associated Risk Factors among Tuberculosis Patients in India: V. ViswanathanLink
17.ACP Diabetes Guidelines Turn Back the Clock, Conflating Good HbA1c with HypoglycemiaLink
18.Body Fat, Metabolic Syndrome and Hyperglycemia in South AsiansLink
19.Clinical management of type 2 diabetes in south AsiaLink
20.Epidemiology and determinants of type 2 diabetes in south AsiaLink
21.Public health and health systems: implications for the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes in south AsiaLink
22.Discordance between HbA1c and glycemiaLink
23.High fasting C-peptide levels and insulin resistance in non-lean & non-obese (BMI >19 to < 25 kg/m2) Asian Indians with type 2 diabetes are independently associated with high intra-abdominal fat and liver spanLink
24.Disparities in Prevalence of Cardiometablic Risk Factors in Rural, Urban-Poor, and Urban- Middle Class Women in IndiaLink
25.Dietary and nutritional approaches for prevention and management of type 2 diabetesLink
26.Nutrition and diabetes in South AsiaLink
27.Lower vitamin D levels are associated with higher blood glucose levels in
Asian Indian women with pre-diabetes: a population-based cross-sectional
study in North India
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28.The benefits of yoga practice compared to physical exercise in the management of type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A systematic review and meta-analysisLink
29.Sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 inhibitors in patients with type 2 diabetes in North India: A 12-month prospective study in real-world settingLink
30.A major review on “Diabetes in Developing Countries”Anoop Misra, Hema Gopalan, Ranil Jayawardena, Andrew P. Hills, Mario Soares, Alfredo A. Reza-Albarrán, Kaushik L. RamaiyaDiabetes in developing countriesLink
31.Obesity in South AsiansAnoop Misra, Ranil Jayawardena, Shajith AnoopObesity in South Asia: Phenotype, Morbidities, and MitigationLink
32.Impact of a cardiovascular risk control project for South Asians (Khush Dil) on motivation, behaviour, obesity, blood pressure and lipidsLink
33.Urbanized South Asians’ susceptibility to coronary heart disease: The high-heat food preparation hypothesisLink
34.Effect of heating/reheating of fats/oils, as used by Asian Indians, on trans fatty acid formationLink
35.Effect of Nut Consumption on Erectile and Sexual Function in Healthy Males: A Secondary Outcome Analysis of the FERTINUTS Randomized Controlled TrialLink
36.Healthcare overhaul must start at medical colleges-Article Prof Anoop Misra Hindustan TimesLink
37.How to treat Vitamin D deficiency in sun-drenched India – guidelinesLink
38.Review of current evidence and clinical recommendations on the effects of low-carbohydrate and very-low-carbohydrate (including ketogenic) diets for the management of body weight and other cardiometabolic risk factors: A scientific statement from the National Lipid Association Nutrition and Lifestyle Task Force.Link
39.A Moderate-Fat Diet with One Avocado per Day Increases Plasma Antioxidants and Decreases the Oxidation of Small, Dense LDL in Adults with Overweight and Obesity: A Randomized Controlled Trial.Link
40.Dietary cholesterol advisory from American Heart Association: Implications for India and other developing countriesAnoop MisraPubmed, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome Clinical Research & ReviewsLink
41. Diabetes care at doorsteps”: A customised mobile van for the prevention, screening, detection and management of diabetes in the urban underprivileged populations of DelhiHema S.Gopalan, Anoop Misra, IntazamulHaque,
Shamshad Ahmad, AshokGaur
Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome Clinical Research & ReviewsLink
42. The influence of polymorphisms of fat mass and obesity (FTO, rs9939609) and vitamin D receptor (VDR, BsmI, TaqI, ApaI, FokI) genes on weight loss by diet and exercise interventions in nondiabetic overweight/obese Asian Indians in North India. Seema Gulati, Rajneesh Tiwari, Meenu Sharma, Raviindra M Pandey and Ashish Datt Upadhyay Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome Clinical Research & ReviewsLink

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