Risorse NUTRIZIONE, DCA, DISAGIO PSICOLOGICO

Consideriamo questa lectio magistralis una pietra miliare per la comprensione dei meccanismi della patogenesi del lipedema e una chiara motivazione al motivo per cui le nostre centinaia di pazienti non rispondono ai trattamenti per l’obesità, nemmeno ai più radicali e per indirizzare chiaramente ricerca e pratica clinica nel contenimento dell’infiammazione ed eliminazione della fibrosi.

Dal Canale YouTube della FDRS

Anche questa lectio magistralis del Dr. Stutz chiarisce quello che succede in un corpo affetto da lipedema e il motivo per cui il paziente affetto NON RISPONDE alle dietoterapie. Chiarisce che non è mai l’obesità a causare il lipedema, ma è vero il contrario. 

Dal Canale YouTube di Lipedema Alberta

Lipedema can be Life-Threatening: increased rate of suicide, depression and eating disorders. dr. joseph j. stutz #FDRS2016

In questo intervento in FDRS, il dr. Stutz parla di depressione, rischio di suicidio e disturbi alimentari nelle pazienti con lipedema. Le principali cause di disturbi psicologici e tentativi di suicidio sono il dolore cronico e i disturbi alimentari conseguenti al fallimento dietoterapico o alle umiliazioni subite in ambito sanitario dagli specialisti che non credono all’anamnesi alimentare riferita dal paziente. 

Grafico sulle statistiche d'incidenza dei DCA nel lipedema in un campione di 100 pazienti. Dr. Stutz #FDRS2016

CONVEGNO LIO LIPEDEMA ITALIA ONLUS 2019
TAVOLA ROTONDA NUTRIZIONE

THE KETOGENIC SOLUTION FOR LIPEDEMA AND LYMPHATIC DISORDERS. TYROID ISSUES IN LIPEDEMA. lipedema & Keto WOE MENTORING COMMUNITY | Leslyn Keith, Catherine Seo, CAROL ROWSEMITT, MEGAN PFEFFER, MENDE STAGGS| LiO LIPEDEMA ITALIA ONLUS Conference | 23 NOVEMBER 2019 

Intervengono in Italia al convegno LIO 2019 “Approccio Multidisciplinare e centralità del paziente“, le rappresentanti della KETO WOE FOR LIPEDEMA MENTORING COMMUNITY. Catherine Seo, PhD, advocate and coach (USA). CoDirector the Lipedema Project, founder and director Lipedema Simplified Megan Pfeffer, BHSc, clinical nutritionist (Australia), Carol “Rosey” Rowsemitt PHD, RN, FNP (USA), Leslyn Keith, otd, clt-lana (USA). Author of The ketogenetic solution for Lymphatic disorders; Mende Staggs, keto coach & chef (USA). L’intervento è sottotitolato in italiano.

Dr. Cherubino Di Lorenzo, PhD, neurologo, Dottore di Ricerca in Neuroscienze, clinico, ricercatore, pioniere dell’applicazione della dieta chetogenica alle patologie neurologiche. Università degli Studi La Sapienza di Roma. Presidente dell’Associazione Eupraxia e co-fondatore del Ketolearning

Titolo della relazione: “Dieta chetogenetica: basi fisiopatologiche e applicazioni cliniche“.

Dr. Giulio Sirianni, medico dietologo specialista in medicina estetica e dieta chetogenica. Coordinatore del Consiglio Scientifico dell’Associazione Eupraxia e co-fondatore del Ketolearning. In collaborazione con il Dott. Di Lorenzo è coautore di numerosi studi in ambito nutrizionale.

Titolo della relazione: “L’approccio VLCKD alla terapia del lipedema: vantaggi e criticità“.

Dott. Piero Labate, PhD, biologo nutrizionista specialista in Scienza dell’Alimentazione e della Nutrizione Umana, Scienze e Tecniche dell’attività motoria preventiva e adattata, Psicologia clinica e della riabilitazione, posturologia. Dottorato di Ricerca in medicina clinica e molecolare, Presidente AbiU. 

Titolo della relazione: “Dieta chetogenetica e lipedema: studi e prospettive future“.

Dott. Antonio Di Mauro, PhD, biologo nutrizionista UCBM, Dottore di Ricerca in Endocrinologia e Malattie Metaboliche. Post-doctoral fellow presso UOC Endocrinologia e Diabetologia Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma.

Titolo della relazione: “I protocolli RAD per lipedema“.

Dott.ssa Maddalena Cavallo, farmacista e biologo nutrizionista, specialista nel trattamento nutrizionale integrato del lipedema in contesti multidisciplinari e affetta dalla patologia. 


Titolo della relazione: “Lipedema. Protocolli personalizzati tra dieta chetogenica e RAD diet“.

Dott. Roberto Cannataro, ingegnere chimico e nutrizionista, laureato in STA e Scienze della Nutrizione Umana. Master in “Advanced Nutrition and Supplementation” (Berkeley – California – USA). 

Titolo della relazione: “Integrazione e supplementazione nel controllo dell’infiammazione del lipedema“.

Il dott. Daniele Di Pauli, psicoterapeuta cognitivo comportamentale, specialista in P.e.S.O. (Pregiudizio e Stigma verso l’obesità), esperto nel trattamento dei traumi con EMDR, difficoltà relazionali ed emotive con la DBT, psicoterapia con schema therapy, TCC per l’insonnia. Il Dottore interviene in videoproiezione al convegno LIO 2019 con una relazione dal titolo “Stigma, Obesità e Lipedema, supporto psicologico al paziente e formazione degli operatori sanitari“, per parlare di stigma verso le persone sovrappeso e la restituzione della dignità negata ai malati di patologie che provocano aumento del peso. 

Vai al webinar LIO con il Dott. Di Pauli

GIORNATA STUDIO SUL LIPEDEMA 2019
UNIVERSITA' DI TOR VERGATA

Prof.ssa Laura Di Renzo, responsabile scientifico dell’evento e del progetto osservazionale sul lipedema in corso all’Università di Tor Vergata.

Giornata di studio sulla patologia in collaborazione con Lio Lipedema Italia Onlus: “Lipedema: La Ricerca al Servizio del Paziente”.
Dipartimento di Biomedicina e Prevenzione dell’Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata.
Roma, 22 Novembre 2019.

Titolo della relazione: “Il lipedema è un fenotipo di obesità?“.

Dott. Valerio Pazienza sullo studio del microbiota intestinale nel paziente affetto da lipedema.

Giornata di studio sulla patologia in collaborazione con Lio Lipedema Italia Onlus: “Lipedema: La Ricerca al Servizio del Paziente”.
Dipartimento di Biomedicina e Prevenzione dell’Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata.
Roma, 22 Novembre 2019.

Titolo della relazione: “Studio del microbiota intestinale nel paziente affetto da lipedema“.

Il Dott. Andrea Sales, psicologo e psicoterapeuta, relaziona sull’esperienza del TaBO sulle pazienti affette da lipedema.

Giornata di studio sulla patologia in collaborazione con Lio Lipedema Italia Onlus: “Lipedema: La Ricerca al Servizio del Paziente”.
Dipartimento di Biomedicina e Prevenzione dell’Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata.
Roma, 22 Novembre 2019.

Titolo della relazione: “TaBO. Training del Benessere Olistico sulle pazienti affette da lipedema“.

La dr.ssa Gemma Lou De Santis e la dott.ssa Petronilla Nocerino relazionano sulla valutazione della composizione corporea e sulla dietoterapia personalizzata per il paziente affetto da lipedema. Giornata di studio sulla patologia in collaborazione con Lio Lipedema Italia Onlus: “Lipedema: La Ricerca al Servizio del Paziente”. Dipartimento di Biomedicina e Prevenzione dell’Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata. Roma, 22 Novembre 2019.

Titolo della relazione: “Dietoterapia personalizzata per il paziente affetto da lipedema“.

Il dr. Lorenzo Romano relaziona sul metabolismo basale e quoziente respiratorio nel lipedema.

Giornata di studio sulla patologia in collaborazione con Lio Lipedema Italia Onlus: “Lipedema: La Ricerca al Servizio del Paziente”.
Dipartimento di Biomedicina e Prevenzione dell’Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata.
Roma, 22 Novembre 2019.

Titolo della relazione: “Metabolismo basale e quoziente respiratorio nel lipedema“.

Il dott. Marco Marchetti relaziona sulle dietoterapie chetogeniche nelle lipodistrofie.

Giornata di studio sulla patologia in collaborazione con Lio Lipedema Italia Onlus: “Lipedema: La Ricerca al Servizio del Paziente”.
Dipartimento di Biomedicina e Prevenzione dell’Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata.
Roma, 22 Novembre 2019.

Titolo della relazione: “Dietoterapia chetogenica nelle lipodistrofie“.

LA DIETA RAD

ALIMENTAZIONE PER LIPEDEMA: IL RUOLO DELLA RAD DIET
a cura della Dott.ssa Maddalena Cavallo  – Farmacista, Biologa Nutrizionista

Vai all’articolo della Dott.ssa Cavallo “Lipedema: patologia cronica del tessuto adiposo

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PRINCIPI BASE DIETA RAD

Dr. KAREN HERBST

 RAD DIET

CURE LIPEDEMA

RAD DIET 

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RAD DIET 

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Food Choices, Gut Microbes, and Lipedema Dercum’s. Chuck Ehrlich, MS, MBA, discusses the impact food choices have on the gut microbiome during the 2017 FDRS Conference.
Nutrition, Hypermobility and Lipedema Dercum’s. Chuck Ehrlich, MS, MBA, discusses hypermobility, nutrition and food choices during the 2018 FDRS Conference.
Insights from Personal Nutrition Research. Chuck Ehrlich, MS, MBA, discusses INSIGHT FROM PERSONAL NUTRITION RESEARCH during the 2019 FDRS Conference.
Eating to Starve Lymphedema & Lipedema. Chuck Ehrlich, MS, MBA – LYMPHATIC EDUCATION & RESEARCH NETWORK (LE&RN) patient Symposium 2019.
Nutrition & Supplements for Fat Disorders – Linda Kahn (#1 of 2) [#6 FDRS2014]

Linda-Anne Kahn, CLT-LANA NCBTMB CHNC presenting on nutrition, exercise and supplements for lipedema. Sept 2014 FDRS Conference

Nutrition & Supplements for fat disorders – Linda Kahn (#2 of 2) [#7 FDRS2014]

Linda-Anne Kahn, CLT-LANA, NCBTMB CHNC presenting on nutrition, exercise and supplements for lipedema. Sept 2014 FDRS Conference

Your Gut and Fat DisordersLINDA KAHN #FDRS2016

Linda-Anne Kahn, CLT-LANA, NCBTMB CHNC presenting on gut and fat disorders at 2016 FDRS Conference

Comparing Nutrition Plans, diets and weight loss strategies for the Lipedema – linda kahn #fdrs2017

Find a nutrition plan that works for you, as Linda-Anne Kahn compares a plethora of nutrition plans (‘diets’) currently or recently en vogue. 2017 FDRS Conference (the Eating to Reduce Inflammation session).

Lipedema: An Undiagnosed Cause of Weight Loss Resistance – Aylah Clark, ND – Patient Symposium 2019
Lymphatic Education & Research Network (LE&RN)
 
Effect of Weight Loss on Body Composition and Metabolic Function in Women with Lipedema – thomas f. wright, md

Effect of Weight Loss on Body Composition and Metabolic Function in Women with Lipedema. #FDRS2019

Inflammation Contributing Factor in Problem Weight Gain and Lipedema

Inflammation Contributing Factor in Problem Weight Gain and Lipedema. John Ossipinsky explains new findings, how inflammation can keep fat cells from turning to slimming brown cells. The lymphatic system plays a large role in helping the body deal with inflammation and reabsorbing fat from the tissues of the body.

LA VOCE DEI PAZIENTI #FDRS2019

How I Lost Over 6 Dress Sizes Without Surgery – my lipedema journey – Cheryl Scoledge

Patient report from #FDRS2019. Cheryl is a lipedema patient who has also Ehler Danlos. She tells about her nutritional journey with an autoimmune approach. 

How Low Can YOU Go – Gillian Szollos

Success with Lipedema on a Zero carb/ Carnivore Ketogenic Diet. Patient report from #FDRS2019.

Viking Winter Diet – Ariene Nelson

Treating obesity and autoimmune disease through Vitamin A elimination. Patient report from #FDRS2019

A Healthy Diet and Exercise to Manage Lipedema with Amanda Arlauskas – The Lipedema University

Growing up I was always a little bit heavier, and then as I got past puberty, I started to realize I was really gaining weight. Not only was I gaining weight in my stomach region, but I noticed my legs were getting bigger too. And I just thought it was all a part of obesity. I thought I was a victim of obesity, and I started to accept that was who I was, though I was very unhappy and I wasn’t happy being that person, I started to accept that’s who I was.

A Healthy Diet and Practices for Lipedema with Katherine Miller – THE Lipedema University. 

One of the things that I love about the Lipedema Project is that the message that’s being sent out is “it’s not your fault.” For one thing, doctors don’t know exactly what’s going on here. How could anyone else have known what they should have been doing in order to prevent a condition like that? So that’s number one, is just to start with a completely clean slate.

 

Managing Lipedema with Diet and Exercise with Kara Rittenhouse – THE Lipedema University. 

I am currently in Charleston, South Carolina. I grew up in Massachusetts, started college there, kind of bounced around, and then went off to University of Hawaii, where I finished my bachelor’s. And then that’s where I met my husband. We have three kids, they were all born in Hawaii. Keao’s ten, Kai’s five-and-a-half, and Keanu is three. I noticed something was different with my legs going back to middle school time. My legs weren’t looking like my friends’ were looking, and I was starting to put some weight on, mostly in my legs and around my ankle area, which my other friends didn’t have. So this is the area right in here, and I get this line, almost like a cuff line. I don’t have any swelling here, I have regular here. For lymphedema, you’d pinch here and there’d be swelling and you could see it.

LA DIETA CHETOGENICA

LA DIETA CHETOGENICA NEL TRATTAMENTO DEL LIPEDEMA
a cura del Dott. Piero Labate, PhD, biologo nutrizionista
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Copyright dott.ssa Grazia Semeraro

Il percorso formativo KETOLEARNING, articolato nei suoi molteplici moduli (ciascuno a sé stante, ma complementare agli altri), è un’occasione di approfondimento e aggiornamento continuo delle diverse indicazioni ed applicazioni dei vari protocolli chetogenici, con un taglio molto pratico e critico che consenta ai discenti di acquisire le necessarie competenze da applicare immediatamente nella propria pratica lavorativa. Nei moduli del percorso formativo si è parlato di lipedema nel Giugno 2018 con il Dr. Giulio Sirianni e la testimonianza di paziente di Valeria Giordano. 

ISCRIVITI ALLA PROSSIMA CONFERENZA INTERNAZIONALE DI ALIMENTAZIONE CHETOGENETICA PER IL LIPEDEMA

Webinar del dottor Eric Westman e della dottoressa Leslyn Keith sull’applicazione della dieta chetogenica nelle patologie con disturbi del sistema linfatico

Ketogenic Way of Eating for Lymphatic Disorders – Dr. Eric Westman – LE&RN

Dr. Eric Westman presents, “The Science and Practice of Low Carb/High Fat/Ketogenic Way of Eating for Lymphatic Disorders.” Dr. Eric C. Westman is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke University, and Director of the Duke Lifestyle Medicine Clinic.

Diet and Lifestyle for Lymphatic Disorders: Implementing a Ketogenic Diet – dr. leslyn keith – LE&RN

Leslyn Keith, OTD, OTR/L, CLT-LANA, received a masters degree in occupational therapy from San Jose State University in 1998 and began studying lymphedema the same year. She was a graduate of Klose Norton Training & Consulting in 2000 and became LANA-certified in 2001. She has started four lymphedema therapy programs, two in private practice. Currently, she is the owner of Central Coast Lymphedema Therapy in San Luis Obispo, CA. She has lectured nationally on issues regarding lymphedema and private practice.

Su questo sito è possibile scaricare le risorse del Keto for Lipedema Worldwide Summit 2017 del gruppo Lipedema Simplified, in cui vengono affrontati vari aspetti dell’impiego della dieta chetogenica nel trattamento del lipedema e che comprende informazioni sulla patologia e sulla dieta chetogenica

presentazione: Lipedema & Keto WORLDWIDE Summit 2017

Lipedema & Keto WORLDWIDE Summit 2017 features over 40 experts: clinicians, researchers, scientists, discussing nutrition, low carb/high fat, ketogenic way of eating, obesity, and solutions.

KETOGENIC WAY OF EATING – LESLYN KEITH – FDRS 2017 

Leslyn Keith discusses the ketogenic diet and why it works for patients with lymphedema, lymphatic disorders and lipedema. Hint: it probably has everything to do with inflammation. Leslyn Keith, OTD, CLT-LANA, has a Clinical Doctorate in Occupational Therapy with an emphasis on lymphedema and obesity. In addition to treating lymphedema and other lymphatic disorders, she currently researches, consults, and lectures on lymphedema, lipedema, and obesity nationally.

Lipedema & Keto | Leslyn Keith, OTD & Catherine Seo, PhD | Lipoedema UK Conference | 15 October 2017

A ketogenic way of eating has shown promising results for those with lipedema, reducing inflammation, weight, pain and swelling in many cases. Leslyn Keith, OTD and Catherine Seo, PhD present about this research and results from their groups. For more info: http://keto.lipedemaproject.org/

The Ketogenic solution for Lymphatic Disorders. Lose Weight and dramatically reduce lympathic swelling by Leslyn Keith. 

Nel libro the Ketogenic Solution for Lymphatic Disorders, Leslyn Keith analizza i suoi studi su come la dieta chetogenica influisce sul sistema linfatico

In questo podcast Ketovangelist, Leslyn Keith parla della dieta chetogenica e delle differenze tra lipedema e linfedema.

MENDE STAGGS. PODCAST CON DAISY BRACKENHALL. THE ADVENTURES OF KETO WOMAN

Daisy’s latest extraordinary woman, Mende, chats about lipedema – how it has impacted her and how she now helps other women combat the disorder.

DIET DOCTOR. Low carb and keto made simple

A ketogenic diet for beginners

IL PUNTO DI VISTA DEL PAZIENTE

LA DIETA PALEO

Paleo Diet for Lipedema, Dercum’s and other Fat Disorders

INTEGRAZIONE E SUPPLEMENTAZIONE NEL LIPEDEMA

Supplements and Medications for lipedema and dercum’s disease
karen herbst #FDRS2016
Vitamins, Minerals and Supplements for Lipedema and Dercum’s disease
chuck ehrlich, karen herbst #FDRS2017
Herbal Medications and Their Application to Patients with Lipedema and Dercum’s Disease
john jerry bartholomew #FDRS2018

Medicine and Supplements for People with Lipedema and Dercum’s Disease (DD)*
Karen L. Herbst, PhD, MD | Associate Professor | Director TREAT Program | University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

Supplements

Some practitioners recommend supplements that help decrease swelling or improve immune system function. The following recommendations come from Linda-Anne Kahn, President, Lymphatic Therapy Services of San Diego in CA, USA and a holistic health care practitioner who specializes in lymphedema and lipedema treatment.

 

Selenium: Selenium is a helpful supplement for lipolymphedema patients because of its ability to reduce swelling. Taking selenium can increase the effectiveness of physical therapy, reduce the risk of certain kinds of bacterial skin infections (erisypelasis), and lower the production of free radicals.

Bioflavonoids: Bioflavonoids are a subset of fragrant plant compounds known as coumarins. Lipedema patients take bioflavonoids to improve their cardiovascular and immune systems as well as their connective tissue function. Bioflavonoids help maintain healthy blood vessel walls and fend off free radicals, and may assist in connective tissue maintenance.

Vitamin P – Bioflavonoids: These water-soluble super-antioxidants (hesperidin, rutin, citrin, flavones, and flavonols) are found in citrus, broccoli, brussels sprouts, mangoes, and papayas.

Horse Chestnut Seed Extract: Horse Chestnut Seed Extract strengthens the lymphatic system, reduces swelling, and helps treat chronic venous insufficiency.

Quercetin: Quercetin is a flavonoid that supports cardiovascular health, helps regulate blood pressure, and protects against stress by suppressing the release of cortisol in the body.

Pycnogenol (Grapeseed Extract and French Maritime Pine): Pycnogenol is an antioxidant and a bioflavonoid. Its antioxidant properties protect against damage caused by free radicals, while its bioflavonoid properties reduce capillary leakage, perivascular inflammation, and subcutaneous swelling.

N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC): NAC is an amino acid that acts as an antioxidant, preventing tissue damage by reducing free radicals.

Butchers Broom: Butchers Broom contains flavonoids that treat chronic venous insufficiency as well as reduce swelling in the legs.

Ubiquinone / Co-enzyme Q10: CoQ10 has antioxidant properties that prevent tissue damage.

Alpha-Lipoic Acid: Alpha-Lipoic acid is an antioxidant that fights free radicals. It is particularly useful to lipedema and lymphedema patients because it is both water-soluble and fat-soluble, so it can work effectively throughout the body.

Milk Thistle and Dandelion Root: Milk thistle and dandelion root both support healthy liver function.

Noni: Noni has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It may inhibit the formation of blood vessels that contribute to lipomatosis, a condition in which benign tumors of fat tissue appear throughout the body.

Turmeric: Turmeric is an antioxidant with a wide range of anti-inflammatory properties.

Eleuthro Root and Rhodiola: These two trace minerals support healthy functioning of the adrenal glands.

Wobenzyme and Vitalzyme: These two systemic enzymes reduce fibrotic tissue and swelling in the body.

Conjugated Lineoleic Acid (CLA): CLA has been shown to decrease the volume of adipocytes (fat cells) and thereby reduce body fat.

Bucher’s Broom and Selenium Improve Lipedema: A Retrospective Case Study

Nourollahi S, Mondry TE and Herbst KL*
Departments of Medicine, University of California, San Diego,USA
Veteran’s Affairs San Diego Healthcare System, San Diego, California, USA
New Horizons Physical Therapy, Encinitas, California, USA

Abstract
Background: Butcher’s broom plant extract has been reported to improve lymphatic flow and the trace mineral, selenium, has been shown to improve lymphedema. This retrospective case study examines the effectiveness of Butcher’s broom in conjunction with selenium to decrease limb volume of a patient with lipedema, a common fat distribution disorder with excess adipose tissue fluid.
Methods: Selenium (400 mcg) was initiated 6 days prior to limb volume evaluation utilizing perometry. The patient underwent physical therapy that consisted of manual lymph drainage (MLD) with Histological Variable Manual Technique (HIVAMAT), and compression bandaging. Butcher’s broom (one gram daily) was added on day 95 of treatment in addition to selenium and both were continued through day 293 (end of study).
Results: Total volume reduction over the study period for the left and right upper extremities and left and right lower extremities was 525 ml and 225 ml (p<0.05), and 1769 ml and 1614 ml (p<0.0001), respectively. The total percent volume reduction during the time period when MLD with HIVAMAT and compression bandaging were performed for the left and right legs was 70.6 and 79.0%, respectively. In the absence of compression bandaging, the left and right arms lost 21.2 and 10% of initial volumes, respectively at the 6 month follow-up visit. During the latter part of the study when the patient was performing a home maintenance program, at which time selenium and Butcher’s broom were continued, the left and right lower extremities decreased an additional 29.4 and 20.9% of initial volumes, respectively, despite a lack of exercise due to a foot injury during the last 46 days.
Conclusion: Butcher’s broom and selenium may offer new tools in conjunction with physical therapy to improve swelling and pain associated with lipedema.

MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS OF LIPEDEMA

Qual Life Res
. 2016 Feb;25(2):401-408. doi: 10.1007/s11136-015-1080-x. Epub 2015 Jul 28.
Quality of Life in Women With Lipoedema: A Contextual Behavioral Approach
Joanna E Dudek 1, Wojciech Białaszek 2, Paweł Ostaszewski 2
Affiliations expand
PMID: 26216585 DOI: 10.1007/s11136-015-1080-x

Psychol Health Med
. 2018 Aug;23(7):846-853. doi: 10.1080/13548506.2018.1459750. Epub 2018 Apr 3.
Depression and Appearance-Related Distress in Functioning With Lipedema
Joanna E Dudek 1, Wojciech Białaszek 1, Paweł Ostaszewski 1, Tilly Smidt 2
Affiliations expand
PMID: 29614880 DOI: 10.1080/13548506.2018.1459750

Review Eat Weight Disord
. 2019 May 6. doi: 10.1007/s40519-019-00703-x. Online ahead of print.
The Effect of Lipedema on Health-Related Quality of Life and Psychological Status: A Narrative Review of the Literature
Nuha Alwardat 1 2, Laura Di Renzo 3, Mohammad Alwardat 4 5, Lorenzo Romano 6, Gemma Lou De Santis 6, Paola Gualtieri 3, Elena Carrano 6, Petronilla Nocerino 3, Antonino De Lorenzo 3
Affiliations expand
PMID: 31062201 DOI: 10.1007/s40519-019-00703-x.

Clin Obes
. 2018 Apr;8(2):147-150. doi: 10.1111/cob.12239. Epub 2018 Jan 25.
Lipoedema in Patients After Bariatric Surgery: Report of Two Cases and Review of Literature
S Pouwels 1, S Huisman 1, H J M Smelt 2 3, M Said 2 3, J F Smulders 2 3
Affiliations expand
PMID: 29372593 DOI: 10.1111/cob.12239

Pouwels S, Smelt H J, Said M, et al. (August 14, 2019) Mobility Problems and Weight Regain by Misdiagnosed Lipoedema After Bariatric Surgery: Illustrating the Medical and Legal Aspects. Cureus 11(8): e5388. doi:10.7759/cureus.5388

Body image dissatisfaction and depression in postbariatric patients is associated with less weight loss and a desire for body contouring surgery
Valerie M. Monpellier, M.D.
Evangelia E. Antoniou, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Sandra Mulkens, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Ignace M.C. Janssen, M.D
Aebele B. Mink van der Molen, M.D., Ph.D.
Anita T.M. Jansen, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Published:May 15, 2018DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soard.2018.04.016

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