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Articles by S. Golkho
Total Records ( 2 ) for S. Golkho
  P. Hanachi , S. Golkho and M. Norrozi
  This study was done to identify the relation of demographic factors , Zn > 70 and < 70 mg dL-1 in pregnant women with, red and white blood cells count (RBC, WBC) in 22 weeks of gestation. The pregnant women selected from Reproductive Research Center, Imam Hospital in Tehran, Iran. The subjects selected were recruited into the study after obtaining informed consent. A questionnaire was filled by participant in this study. Sixty five pregnant women were randomly selected after analyze their serum Zn level, divided 2 group with Zn > 70 and < 70 mg dL-1 both group were consist from viewpoint of age, social economic situation and BMI. The blood serum samples were analyzed to assess zinc status and antioxidant and Hb, RBC, WBC. The results of this study revealed that, the pregnant women had mean age of 20.5 ±3.6, with first pregnancy 22.3 ±3.53 age, BMI 23.2 ± 5.52. About 32.6% of them had high school and 56.8% had diploma and only 10.6% had university education. However, none of the socio-demographic factors were significantly associated with the rate of Zn in 2 groups. The mean of zinc in group of Zn < 70 and Zn > 70 was 58.8 ±10.1 and 112.7 ±21.8 mg dL-1, respectively. There was significant (p<0.05) relation in total antioxidant and Zn level in both groups. Micronutrient interactions are particularly important on antioxidant during pregnancy. In view of this, there is need for proper, adequate and balanced micronutrient supplementation during pregnancy to affect a healthy outcome.
  P. Hanachi and S. Golkho
  The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of soy phytoestrogens and exercise on lipid profiles and menopausal symptoms in menopausal women. In this study, 37 postmenopausal women (mean age = 52.2 ± 4.6 years) were randomly assigned to soymilk (n = 15), exercise+soymilk (n = 12) and control (n = 10) which were provided daily for 3 months. Subjects were given soymilk (Maxsoy, Co.) which contained 12.5 g of soy protein with Genistein, 13 mg and Daidzein, 4.13 mg day-1. Menopausal symptoms was measured using the Kupperman index, a standard measure of climacteric symptoms that has been validated in menopausal women at baseline and 3 months of daily use. Total Antioxidant Status (TAS) of serum was measured using the Ferric Reducing Ability of Plasma (FRAP) assay. Soymilk supplementation, Soymilk and moderate exercise significantly (p<0.05) improved TAC level. Vasomotor symptoms were improved (p<0.05) in soymilk consumption and moderate exercise and soymilk groups compared with control group. Vaginal problem, sexual symptoms and vasomotor significantly reduced (p<0.05) after soymilk consumption. The soymilk treatment and exercise+soymilk decreased total cholesterol and triglyceride levels compared with control group. This study suggests that soymilk isoflavones for 3 months treatment may be a safe and effective alternative therapy for menopausal symptoms and may offer a benefit to enhance antioxidant status to improve women health and quality of life.
 
 
 
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