Endocrine and Metabolic Biomarkers Predicting Early Childhood Obesity Risk

Piotr Socha, Christian Hellmuth, Dariusz Gruszfeld, Hans Demmelmair, Peter Rzehak, Veit Grote, Martina Weber, Joaquin Escribano, Ricardo Closa-Monasterolo, Elena Dain, Jean Paul Langhendries, Enrica Riva, Elvira Verduci, Berthold Koletzko, Philippe Goyens, Clotilde Carlier, Pascale Poncelet, Joana Hoyos, Françoise Martin, Annick Xhonneux & 34 others Jean Noel Van Hees, Veronica Luque, Georgina Mendez, Natalia Ferre, Marta Zaragoza-Jordana, Marcello Giovannini, Carlo Agostoni, Silvia Scaglioni, Fiammetta Vecchi, Alice Re Dionigi, Jerzy Socha, Anna Dobrzanska, Anna Stolarczyk, Agnieszka Kowalik, Roman Janas, Ewa Pietraszek, Emmanuel Perrin, Helfried Groebe, Anna Reith, Renate Hofmann, Sonia Schiess, Jeannette Beyer, Michaela Fritsch, Uschi Handel, Ingrid Pawellek, Sabine Verwied-Jorky, Iris Hannibal, Gudrun Haile, Wolfgang Peissner, Ulrike Harder, Franca F. Kirchberg, Melissa Theurich, Olaf Uhl, Rüdiger Von Kries

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Abstract

There is growing evidence of long-term effects of early dietary intervention in infancy on later obesity risk. Many studies showed reduced risk of obesity with breastfeeding in infancy, which could be related to the reduced protein intake with human milk compared to infant formula. In a randomized controlled trial (Childhood Obesity Project), we were able to show that infant formula with reduced protein content results in lower BMI both at 2 and 6 years. These effects seem to be mediated mainly by branched-chain amino acids which stimulate the insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-1 axis and insulin release. In this trial, we also showed an influence of high-protein diet on larger kidney size, which seems to be partly explained by a significant effect of free IGF-1 on kidney volume. The IGF-1 axis was shown to regulate early growth, adipose tissue differentiation and early adipogenesis in animals and in humans. Leptin and adiponectin can also be regarded as important endocrine regulators of obesity. These markers were tested in observational studies. Leptin seems to be closely correlated with BMI but changes in adiponectin require further exploration. Still, there is a lack of good data or some results are contradictory to indicate the role of either leptin or adiponectin in infancy for determining later obesity risk.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)81-88
Number of pages8
JournalNestle Nutrition Institute Workshop Series
Volume85
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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childhood obesity
Pediatric Obesity
adiponectin
Adiponectin
biomarkers
somatomedins
infancy
Somatomedins
obesity
Obesity
Leptin
Biomarkers
leptin
Infant Formula
infant formulas
kidneys
Kidney
Adipogenesis
Branched Chain Amino Acids
Proteins

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  • Food Science
  • Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health
  • Nutrition and Dietetics

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Socha, P., Hellmuth, C., Gruszfeld, D., Demmelmair, H., Rzehak, P., Grote, V., ... Von Kries, R. (2016). Endocrine and Metabolic Biomarkers Predicting Early Childhood Obesity Risk. Nestle Nutrition Institute Workshop Series, 85, 81-88. https://doi.org/10.1159/000439489

Endocrine and Metabolic Biomarkers Predicting Early Childhood Obesity Risk. / Socha, Piotr; Hellmuth, Christian; Gruszfeld, Dariusz; Demmelmair, Hans; Rzehak, Peter; Grote, Veit; Weber, Martina; Escribano, Joaquin; Closa-Monasterolo, Ricardo; Dain, Elena; Langhendries, Jean Paul; Riva, Enrica; Verduci, Elvira; Koletzko, Berthold; Goyens, Philippe; Carlier, Clotilde; Poncelet, Pascale; Hoyos, Joana; Martin, Françoise; Xhonneux, Annick; Van Hees, Jean Noel; Luque, Veronica; Mendez, Georgina; Ferre, Natalia; Zaragoza-Jordana, Marta; Giovannini, Marcello; Agostoni, Carlo; Scaglioni, Silvia; Vecchi, Fiammetta; Re Dionigi, Alice; Socha, Jerzy; Dobrzanska, Anna; Stolarczyk, Anna; Kowalik, Agnieszka; Janas, Roman; Pietraszek, Ewa; Perrin, Emmanuel; Groebe, Helfried; Reith, Anna; Hofmann, Renate; Schiess, Sonia; Beyer, Jeannette; Fritsch, Michaela; Handel, Uschi; Pawellek, Ingrid; Verwied-Jorky, Sabine; Hannibal, Iris; Haile, Gudrun; Peissner, Wolfgang; Harder, Ulrike; Kirchberg, Franca F.; Theurich, Melissa; Uhl, Olaf; Von Kries, Rüdiger.

In: Nestle Nutrition Institute Workshop Series, Vol. 85, 2016, p. 81-88.

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Socha, P, Hellmuth, C, Gruszfeld, D, Demmelmair, H, Rzehak, P, Grote, V, Weber, M, Escribano, J, Closa-Monasterolo, R, Dain, E, Langhendries, JP, Riva, E, Verduci, E, Koletzko, B, Goyens, P, Carlier, C, Poncelet, P, Hoyos, J, Martin, F, Xhonneux, A, Van Hees, JN, Luque, V, Mendez, G, Ferre, N, Zaragoza-Jordana, M, Giovannini, M, Agostoni, C, Scaglioni, S, Vecchi, F, Re Dionigi, A, Socha, J, Dobrzanska, A, Stolarczyk, A, Kowalik, A, Janas, R, Pietraszek, E, Perrin, E, Groebe, H, Reith, A, Hofmann, R, Schiess, S, Beyer, J, Fritsch, M, Handel, U, Pawellek, I, Verwied-Jorky, S, Hannibal, I, Haile, G, Peissner, W, Harder, U, Kirchberg, FF, Theurich, M, Uhl, O & Von Kries, R 2016, 'Endocrine and Metabolic Biomarkers Predicting Early Childhood Obesity Risk', Nestle Nutrition Institute Workshop Series, vol. 85, pp. 81-88. https://doi.org/10.1159/000439489
Socha, Piotr ; Hellmuth, Christian ; Gruszfeld, Dariusz ; Demmelmair, Hans ; Rzehak, Peter ; Grote, Veit ; Weber, Martina ; Escribano, Joaquin ; Closa-Monasterolo, Ricardo ; Dain, Elena ; Langhendries, Jean Paul ; Riva, Enrica ; Verduci, Elvira ; Koletzko, Berthold ; Goyens, Philippe ; Carlier, Clotilde ; Poncelet, Pascale ; Hoyos, Joana ; Martin, Françoise ; Xhonneux, Annick ; Van Hees, Jean Noel ; Luque, Veronica ; Mendez, Georgina ; Ferre, Natalia ; Zaragoza-Jordana, Marta ; Giovannini, Marcello ; Agostoni, Carlo ; Scaglioni, Silvia ; Vecchi, Fiammetta ; Re Dionigi, Alice ; Socha, Jerzy ; Dobrzanska, Anna ; Stolarczyk, Anna ; Kowalik, Agnieszka ; Janas, Roman ; Pietraszek, Ewa ; Perrin, Emmanuel ; Groebe, Helfried ; Reith, Anna ; Hofmann, Renate ; Schiess, Sonia ; Beyer, Jeannette ; Fritsch, Michaela ; Handel, Uschi ; Pawellek, Ingrid ; Verwied-Jorky, Sabine ; Hannibal, Iris ; Haile, Gudrun ; Peissner, Wolfgang ; Harder, Ulrike ; Kirchberg, Franca F. ; Theurich, Melissa ; Uhl, Olaf ; Von Kries, Rüdiger. / Endocrine and Metabolic Biomarkers Predicting Early Childhood Obesity Risk. In: Nestle Nutrition Institute Workshop Series. 2016 ; Vol. 85. pp. 81-88.
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