Related Research

1995 study publications:

Esparza-Romero, J., Valencia, M. E., Martinez, M. E., Ravussin, E., Schulz, L. O., & Bennett, P. H. (2010). Differences in Insulin Resistance in Mexican and U.S. Pima Indians with Normal Glucose Tolerance. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 95(11), E358-362.

Esparza, J., Fox, C., Harper, I. T., Bennett, P. H., Schulz, L. O., Valencia, M. E., et al. (2000). Daily energy expenditure in Mexican and USA Pima Indians: low physical activity as a possible cause of obesity. International Journal of Obesity, 24, 55-59.

Fox, C., Esparza, J., Nicolson, M., Bennett, P., Schulz, L., Valencia, M., et al. (1998). Is a low leptin concentration, a low resting metabolic rate, or both the expression of the "thrifty genotype"? Results from Mexican Pima Indians. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 68(5), 1053-1057.

Fox, C., Esparza, J., Nicolson, M., Bennett, P. H., Schulz, L. O., Valencia, M. E., et al. (1999). Plasma leptin concentrations in Pima Indians living in drastically different environments. Diabetes Care, 22(3), 413-417.

Ravussin, E., Valencia, M. E., Esparza, J., Bennett, P. H., & Schulz, L. O. (1994). Effects of a traditional lifestyle on obesity in Pima Indians. Diabetes Care, 17(9), 1067-1074.

Schulz, L. O. (1999). Traditional Environment Protects Against Diabetes in Pima Indians. Healthy Weight Journal, 13(5), 68.

Schulz, L. O., Bennett, P. H., Ravussin, E., Kidd, J. R., Kidd, K. K., Esparza, J., et al. (2006). Effects of Traditional and Western Environments on Prevalence of Type 2 Diabetes in Pima Indians in Mexico and the U.S. Diabetes Care, 29(8), 1866-1871.

Valencia, M. E., Weil, E. J., Nelson, R. G., Esparza, J., Schulz, L. O., Ravussin, E., et al. (2005). Impact of lifestyle on prevalence of kidney disease in Pima Indians in Mexico and the United States. Kidney Int, 68(S97), S141-S144.

Valencia, M. E., Bennett, P. H., Ravussin, E., Esparza, J., Fox, C., & Schulz, L. O. (1999). The Pima Indians in Sonora, Mexico. Nutrition Reviews, 57(5), 55-58.


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