Effects of exercise and lack of exercise on glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity

Effects of exercise and lack of exercise on glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity HEATH, G. W.,J. R. GAVIN III, J. M. HINDERLITER, J. M. HAGBERG,% A. BLOOMFIELD, J.O. Ho~~osz~.Effect~of exercise lack of exercise on tolerance sensitivity. J. Appl. Physiol.: Respirat. Environ. Exercise Phys- SENSITIVITY 513 kept constant for each subject. Venous blood samples were obtained in the fasting state 30 , 1 h, 2 h, 3 h after ingestion. A l.O-ml portion of each blood sample was added to a heparinized tube containing 0.1 ml of aprotinin solution (Trasylol, 10,000 kallikreininactivating U/ml, FBA Pharmaceuticals). Plasma was separated by centrifugation used for measurement of (17). The human stard used was a gift from Dr. Ronald Chance of Eli Lilly, Indianapolis, IN A l.O-ml aliquot of blood was deproteinized by addition of 2 ml of ice-cold 10% HClO,; the acid extract was separated by centrifugation, neutralized, used for measurement of (3). Measurement of maximal oxygen uptake capacity. For the runners VO 2 maxwas measured during treadmill for the cyclists VOW was detered during max exercise on a bicycle ergometer (16). Skinfold measurements. Body fat content was estimated from measurements of skinfold thickness made with a Lang caliper at the following six sites: triceps, subscapular, pectoral, umbilical, suprailiac, front thigh in the men. In http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Applied Physiology The American Physiological Society

Effects of exercise and lack of exercise on glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity

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HEATH, G. W.,J. R. GAVIN III, J. M. HINDERLITER, J. M. HAGBERG,% A. BLOOMFIELD, J.O. Ho~~osz~.Effect~of exercise lack of exercise on tolerance sensitivity. J. Appl. Physiol.: Respirat. Environ. Exercise Phys- SENSITIVITY 513 kept constant for each subject. Venous blood samples were obtained in the fasting state 30 , 1 h, 2 h, 3 h after ingestion. A l.O-ml portion of each blood sample was added to a heparinized tube containing 0.1 ml of aprotinin solution (Trasylol, 10,000 kallikreininactivating U/ml, FBA Pharmaceuticals). Plasma was separated by centrifugation used for measurement of (17). The human stard used was a gift from Dr. Ronald Chance of Eli Lilly, Indianapolis, IN A l.O-ml aliquot of blood was deproteinized by addition of 2 ml of ice-cold 10% HClO,; the acid extract was separated by centrifugation, neutralized, used for measurement of (3). Measurement of maximal oxygen uptake capacity. For the runners VO 2 maxwas measured during treadmill for the cyclists VOW was detered during max exercise on a bicycle ergometer (16). Skinfold measurements. Body fat content was estimated from measurements of skinfold thickness made with a Lang caliper at the following six sites: triceps, subscapular, pectoral, umbilical, suprailiac, front thigh in the men. In

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Published: Aug 1, 1983

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