Measuring the level of cortisol, leptin, and liver enzymes in obese subjects
This study can lead to how the hormones cortisol and leptin are known. lead to weight gain (1.52) were collected from Tikrit, Salah al-Din Governorate The results showed that there is a significant increase in the concentration of cortisol within normal limits in obese and overweight people, compared with the normal weight (P ≤ 0.05). Where the results showed that there is a significant increase between the concentrationof leptin hormone in obese and overweight people compared with normal weight, where it was (P ≤ 0.01). that there is a significant difference in ALT concentration in obese and overweight people compared to Normal people, while that there were no significant differences in AST concentration among obese and overweight people compared with normal people, while the results showed that there was a significant increase in ALP concentrationin obese and overweight people compared with the normal group, where the value of (P ≤ 0.01) and we conclude from this that leptin and cortisol hormones increase significantly in people who have Significant weight gain and also, accordingly, the liver enzymes ALP and ALT increase due to the increase in the hormone leptin, which is a cause of obesity due to its increased secretion in the body.
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