The comparison of the nonalcoholic fatty liver in active and inactive men of Iranian offshore oil company
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1Master of Science In Sport Nutrition and Dietition of Iranian Offshore Oil Company
2Assistant Professor Department of Physical Education and Sports Science, Karaj Branch, Islamic Azad University, Karaj, Iran
3Master of Science In Sport Nutrition and Ditetion of Iranian Offshore Oil Company
4Bachelor of Science in Nutrition , Islamic Azad University of Tehran,Science and Research Branch
5Undergraduate Physical Education and Dental Assistant of the Iranian Offshore Oil Company
6Master of Sport Nutrition and Nutrition Consultant of Iranian Offshore Oil Company
Abstract
Introduction: Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is the most common cause of liver enzymes complications. Naturally, the metabolism of the fats we eat in the food takes in the liver, and fatty liver syndrome occurs when the liver cells begin to collect fat droplets (mostly triglycerides); this is a consecutive storage. Fat in the liver cells leads to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). The present study aimed at The comparison of the non alcoholic fatty liver in active and inactive shift worker men of Iranian offshore oil company.
Methodology: In the current study, 72 men employed in the Iranian Offshore Oil Company after completion of the Baecke physical activity questionnaire in the two groups active (n = 34) and inactive (n = 38) were divided . After 8 hours of fasting of ALT and AST were measured and liver size was measured by ultrasound set.
Results: The levels of AST and AST men there was no significant difference between active and inactive in men. Between the ratio of ALT/AST there was significant difference between active and inactive men. Prevalence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease between the active and inactive men there is a significant difference.Risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and compared the ratio of ALT/AST men there is a significant relationship.As well as between the prevalence of nonalcoholic fatty liver risk and there is a significant relationship between body mass index in men.
Discussion: Physical activity reduces the incidence of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. In other words, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease occurs less active men.
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