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“…An interesting result of our work is the best response for HOMA‐IR and insulin levels in T allele carriers. These results were already observed in a previous study, 14 although, in the present study, the improvement is still greater. This may be a result of the greater amount of monounsaturated fats in our diet and the effect of olive oil consumption on these markers 33 .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 91%
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“…An interesting result of our work is the best response for HOMA‐IR and insulin levels in T allele carriers. These results were already observed in a previous study, 14 although, in the present study, the improvement is still greater. This may be a result of the greater amount of monounsaturated fats in our diet and the effect of olive oil consumption on these markers 33 .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 91%
“…To the best of our knowledge, this is the second study to analyse the effects of a caloric restriction and the RETN gene variant rs10401670 on body weight loss and subsequent changes of metabolic parameters. In a previous study 14 with a standard low‐calorie diet of 1500 calories and a macronutrient distribution of 52% of calories in the form of carbohydrates, 25% in the form of lipids (50% monounsaturated fats) and 23% in the form of proteins, the presence of the T allele was shown to produce a better response in insulin and HOMA‐IR levels. These results are similar to those obtained in our present study with a diet that reaches the same caloric restriction (approximately 1500 calories), but with a fat percentage of 41% with 60% monounsaturated fats.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 95%
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