adipose adipose  /ˈæ də ˌpoʊs/


  • (adj) composed of animal fat

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  1. It's also not news that body-fat percentage alone with females naturally carrying an extra ladling of adipose tissue gives males a head start in the slimming game.
  2. Exercise and proper diet may improve skin and muscle tone and make this excess adipose tissue less obvious, but it will not make it go away.
  3. But after age 30 the muscles begin to atrophy, the skin thins out and lean body mass is replaced by adipose tissue at an average rate of 5% a decade.


  1. Obesity a Common Denominator for Medical Problems, Says Loyola Doctor

    One-third of all U.S. adults, 78 million, and 12 million children suffer from obesity, now officially called a disease by the American Medical Association. "We now know that excess adipose (fat) tissue is active rather than inert. It alters hormones, releases cytokines and inflammatory factors, all of which cause metabolic derangements," said Jessica Bartfield, MD, bariatrician at the Loyola ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Newswise

  2. Wellington Chen, M.D. of Advanced Rejuvenation Introduces Stem Cell Therapy For OsteoArthritis & COPD in Sarasota ...

    Stem Cells from Adipose or Fat show promise in repairing and reversing diseases otherwise thought of as incurable by conventional medicine. Wellington Chen, M.D. of Advanced Rejuvenation is excited to offer Stem Cell Therapy in Sarasota. (PRWeb June 18, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 18, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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