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Oxidative stress and abnormal lipid profile are common factors in students with eating distress

Oxidative stress and abnormal lipid profile are common factors in students with eating distress

Journal of Eating Disorders 3: 42

Numerous studies on complications associated with eating disorders have been conducted worldwide. However such studies are limited in the Indian scenario. Hence, we attempted to analyse the presence of oxidative stress along with total lipid profiling of students with eating distress in Mysore, South India. A biochemical test panel was conducted using serum samples of controls and subjects. Results were statistically analyzed using SPSS software version 14. Analysis of variance was used to identify significant differences between study groups. Variations in all parameters confirmed the occurrence of oxidative stress and abnormal lipid contents in students prone to eating disorders.

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DOI: 10.1186/s40337-015-0081-z

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