Journal of Obesity / 2018 / Article / Tab 6

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Counting Footsteps with a Pedometer to Improve HMW Adiponectin and Metabolic Syndrome among Young Female Adults in the United Arab Emirates

Table 6

Correlations between the serum levels of HMW adiponectin and anthropometric measurements and biochemical parameters before and after intervention ().

Before intervention (baseline)After intervention (after 9 weeks)

Weight−0.89−0.96
Body mass index−0.92−0.99
Body fat mass−0.91−0.93
Fat-free mass−0.42−0.53
Percentage of body fat−0.88−0.87
Waist-hip ratio−0.85−0.93
Total cholesterol−0.17−0.06
Triglycerides−0.25−0.26
High-density lipoprotein cholesterol−0.210.02
Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol−0.17−0.03
Systolic blood pressure−0.29−0.08
Diastolic blood pressure−0.34−0.09
Waist circumference−0.77−0.88
Visceral fat area−0.77−0.88
Insulin−0.14−0.08
Glucose−0.01−0.20
HOMA-IR−0.18−0.08

Significant at ; significant at .

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