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of, relating to, or arising from one's mental or spiritual being

derived from or prompted by a natural tendency or impulse

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relating to or affecting the viscera

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obtained through intuition rather than from reasoning or observation

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Waist circumference can hide differences too: another group of nine men, each with a waist measurement of 84cm, had visceral fat readings from 0.
A questionnaire was designed to assess the severity of phantom limb pain and how it altered from the patient's baseline with visceral stimulation using a pain visual analog scale (VAS), which was graded from 0 (no pain) to 10 (most severe pain imaginable).
The scope of the report ranges from global therapeutic landscape of Visceral Pain to the recent news and deals undertaken in the field of pipeline review.
While 30fps should not be a problem at this point--after "Battlefield 4" and its many bugs, gamers have been clamoring for a "good" game instead--it's also not out of the question that Visceral Games is still in the process of exploring other resolution options for "Battlefield Hardline.
Tests on laboratory mice revealed that up to 80% of visceral fat can be traced back to a single type of cell in the developing embryo.
for age, sex, race, and the conventional cardiovascular risk factors, each 1--standard deviation increase in visceral adipose tissue was independently associated with a 24% increase in the risk of developing cardiovascular disease during follow-up.
Other studies using aerobic exercise, such as continuous jogging, have found that the amount of exercise needed to produce a similar decrease in visceral fat was around seven hours per week for 14 weeks," Boutcher said.
Seven months later, the researchers collected samples of the animals' visceral and subcutaneous fat tissues to evaluate levels of two biological markers of inflammation.
At least one function for this enzyme is the production of a powerful hormone, which then drives up the formation of visceral fat cells.
Still Academy, Lyon) share the fruits of their research and experience manipulating the blood vessels in the visceral system.
Oral TU treatment of type 2 diabetic men with androgen deficiency improves glucose homeostasis and body composition (decrease in visceral obesity), and improves symptoms of androgen deficiency (including erectile dysfunction).
have been found to be able to ameliorate abdominal obesity, and to target visceral fat especially, thanks to a unique two-way efficiency profile.
Following a thorough regulatory and safety inspection process by EFSA, Glavonoid--a functional ingredient that, thanks to its ability to activate the body's fat metabolism and suppress fat synthesis, offers unique dual support in fighting visceral fat--has been granted novel food status by the European Commission.
de Lemos explained: "Understanding the biological differences between visceral fat and subcutaneous fat may help doctors to more effectively battle the obesity epidemic occurring in the United States.
Since the first report of visceral leishmaniasis by Pouya in 1949, about 9000 cases have been reported in Iran [6].