Effect of an acute bout of exercise on glucose disposal in human obesity

Effect of an acute bout of exercise on glucose disposal in human obesity YAIR SHAPIRO, ILAN of an acute bout of glucose disposal human . J. Appl. Physiol. 69(l): 299-304, 1990.-The of acute sul acti has been studied six obese (150-250% ideal body weight) n-sul-dependent diabetics (OD), seven obese normoglycemics (), and six lean healthy ctrols (LC). Usg a three-stage euglycemic clamp, the metabolic clearance rate (MCR) of glucose under creasg sul ccentratis was measured. The sul dose-respse curve was assessed two separate occasis: 1) a base-le test and 2) 1 h after aerobic treadmill at a steady-state heart rate of 150160 beats/m. the base-le test, under all sul levels, glucose MCR was significantly lower obese compared with lean dividuals (P c 0.01). creased glucose MCR at the highest hormal ccentratis applied to 124 and 134% of base le OD and , respectively (P < 0.05); the sul ccentrati required for e-half of the maximal clearance rate of glucose achieved this study decreased from 200 to 130 and from 160 to 95 ,uU/ml OD and , respectively (P C 0.05). The changes these parameters were significant LC. It is suggested that acute affected the sul dose-respse curve OD and but not LC; although enhanced by , glucose MCR remaed significantly lower http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Applied Physiology The American Physiological Society

Effect of an acute bout of exercise on glucose disposal in human obesity

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YAIR SHAPIRO, ILAN of an acute bout of glucose disposal human . J. Appl. Physiol. 69(l): 299-304, 1990.-The of acute sul acti has been studied six obese (150-250% ideal body weight) n-sul-dependent diabetics (OD), seven obese normoglycemics (), and six lean healthy ctrols (LC). Usg a three-stage euglycemic clamp, the metabolic clearance rate (MCR) of glucose under creasg sul ccentratis was measured. The sul dose-respse curve was assessed two separate occasis: 1) a base-le test and 2) 1 h after aerobic treadmill at a steady-state heart rate of 150160 beats/m. the base-le test, under all sul levels, glucose MCR was significantly lower obese compared with lean dividuals (P c 0.01). creased glucose MCR at the highest hormal ccentratis applied to 124 and 134% of base le OD and , respectively (P < 0.05); the sul ccentrati required for e-half of the maximal clearance rate of glucose achieved this study decreased from 200 to 130 and from 160 to 95 ,uU/ml OD and , respectively (P C 0.05). The changes these parameters were significant LC. It is suggested that acute affected the sul dose-respse curve OD and but not LC; although enhanced by , glucose MCR remaed significantly lower

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Published: Jul 1, 1990

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