Vol. 28, No. 2, February Printed in U.S.A. Gluco stress in men living E. D. R. PRUETT Institute of Physiology, on different diets Oslo, Norway 1970. -venteen ries of four 6-hr experiments each, involving loads reprenting up to 70 y. of the subjectâs maximal oxygen uptake (max VoJ, were carried out on healthy men, in the postabsorptive state, who had been living on three carefully measured diets. Blood gluco plasma immunoreactive (IRI) were determined an intravenous gluco tolerance test after the . IRI concentrations fell significantly at 50% 70% of max ~OZ in all experiments on all diets. In all cas of exerci at 50% in 15 out of 18 cas of exerci at 70yo max voz this fall was accompanied both by a decrea in blood gluco concentration, to an average of 62% of the preexerci value, by central nervous system symptoms typical of hypoglycemia. Tolerance to gluco was markedly incread after exhausting . IRI levels followed the gluco disappearance curves cloly. The relative importance of liver muscle glycogen stores as possible factors limiting endurance in exhausting may be affected by the verity of the load by diet. gluco metabolism; endurance PRUETT, E. D. R. Gluco men
Journal of Applied Physiology – The American Physiological Society
Published: Feb 1, 1970
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