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A high-MUFA diet alone does not affect ketone body metabolism, but reduces glycated hemoglobin when combined with exercise training in diabetic rats

levels of ketone bodies may evoke a serious metabolic complication known as diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) [ 1 ]. Lifestyle interventions for the management of diabetes mellitus fundamentally involve exercise and diet. Exercise training is broadly known to have beneficial effects on glycemic control in diabetic patients by improving glucose tolerance, decreasing pancreatic β cell workload and improving insulin sensitivity [ 2 ]. Exercise training can improve glucose homeostasis and fatty acid and ketone metabolism in animal models of diabetes. These include decreased

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Does the MTHFR A1298C Polymorphism Modulate the Cardiorespiratory Response to Training?

Introduction Athletic performance and response to exercise training are determined by various exoand endogenous factors ( Gronek and Holdys, 2013 ). Analysis of heritability enabled to discover that body characteristics related to physical performance such as cardiovascular and respiratory variables, e.g., maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max), running velocity at the anaerobic threshold (VAT), cross-sectional surface area of muscles, neuromuscular coordination, as well as cardiovascular and respiratory systems’ variables have strong genetic background ( An et al

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Effect of chronic high-intensity exercise on hunger and satiation and levels of acylated ghrelin and leptin in women

., Arabas J.L., Mayhew J.L., (2016) Horizontal vs Vertical Abdominal Skinfold Measurement Differences in College Men. Missouri J. Health Phys. Educ. Recreat. Dance, 25: 12-19. 15. Guelfi K.J., Donges C.E., Duffield R. (2013) Beneficial effects of 12 weeks of aerobic compared with resistance exercise training on perceived appetite in previously sedentary overweight and obese men. Metab. Clin. Exp., 62(2): 235-243. DOI: 10.1016/j.metabol.2012.08.002. 16. Hallworth J.R., Copeland J.L., Doan J., Hazell T.J. (2017) The Effect of Exercise

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Melatonin Supplementation Decreases Aerobic Exercise Training Induced-Lipid Peroxidation and Malondialdehyde in Sedentary Young Women

N., Dogru O., Umac H., Gursu F., Akpolat N., The effects of melatonin and pentoxiphylline on L-arginine induced acute pancreatitis. Ulus. Travma. Acil. Cerrahi. Derg., 2005, 11, 108–114. 13. Camarda S.R., Tebexreni A.S., Pafaro C.N., Sasai F.B., Tambeiro V.L., Juliano Y., et al ., Comparison of maximal heart rate using the prediction equations proposed by Karvonen and Tanaka. Arq. Bras. Cardiol., 2008, 91, 311–314. 14. Casella-Filho A., Chagas A.C., Maranhao R.C., Trombetta I.C., Cesena F.H., Silva V.M., et al ., Effect of exercise training on plasma

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Effect of Aging and Exercise Training on Plasma Insulin Concentration

286:1218-1227, 2001. 5. Ivy JL, Zderic TW, Fogt DL . Prevention and treatment of non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Exerc Sport Sci Rev 27: 1-35, 1999. 6. Mazzeo RS for the American College of Sports Medicine. Exercise and the older adult. Accessed at: http://www.acsm.org/docs/currentcomments/exerciseandtheolderadult.pdf on 19 Aug 2013. 7. Short KR, Vittone JL, Biqelow Ml et al. Impact of aerobic exercise training on age-related changes in insulin sensitivity and muscle oxidative capacity. Diabetes 52

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Vascular impact of quercetin administration in association with moderate exercise training in experimental type 1 diabetes

References 1. Sena CM, Pereira AM, Seica R. Endothelial dysfunction- A major mediator of diabetic vascular disease. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2013 Dec;1832(12):2216-31. DOI: 10.1016/j.bbadis.2013.08.006 2. Sundaram B, Singhal K, Sandhir R. Anti-atherogenic effect of chromium picolinate in streptozotocin-induced experimental diabetes. J Diabetes. 2013 Mar;5(1):43-50. DOI: 10.1111/j.1753-0407.2012.00211.x 3. Chis IC, Muresan A, Adrian O, Andras LN, Simona C. Protective effects of Quercetin and chronic moderate exercise (training) against oxidative

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Exercise Training Modes In Rehabilitation Of Patients With Chronic Heart Failure

References 1. Keteyian SJ, Marks CR, Brawner CA, et al. Responses to arm exercise in patients with compensated heart failure. J Cardiopulm Rehabil. 1996;6:366-71. 2. Keteyian SJ. Exercise in the management of patients with chronic heart failure. Curr Heart Fail Rep 2010; 1:35-41. 3. Piepoli MF. Exercise training in heart failure. Curr Heart FailRep 2006;1:33-40. 4. Oka RK, De Marco T, Haskell WL, et al. Impact of a home-based walking and resistance training program on quality of life in

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Positive impact of a 4-week duration supervised aerobic training on anthropometric, metabolic, hemodynamic and arterial wall parameters in metabolic syndrome subjects

’ M, Usala G, Piras MG, Ferrucci L, et al. The central arterial burden of the metabolic syndrome is similar in men and women: the SardiNIA Study. Eur Heart J 2010;31(5): 602–13. [9] Donley DA, Fournier SB, Reger BL, DeVallance E, Bonner DE, Olfert IM, et al. Aerobic exercise training reduces arterial stiffness in metabolic syndrome. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2014;116(11):1396–404. [10] Mora-Rodriguez R, Ortega JF, Hamouti N, Fernandez-Elias VE, Cañete Garcia-Prieto J, Guadalupe-Grau A, et al. Time-course effects of aerobic interval training and de

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Effects of Regular Recreational Exercise Training on Serum ANGPTL3-Like Protein and Lipid Profile in Young Healthy Adults

28-e292 Grundy SM, Cleeman JI, Merz CN, Brewer HB Jr, Clark LT, Hunninghake DB, Pasternak RC, Smith SC Jr, Stone NJ; Coordinating Committee of the National Cholesterol Education Program. Implications of recent clinical trials for the National Cholesterol Education Program Adult Treatment Panel III guidelines. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol, 2004; 24(8): e149-61 Halverstadt A, Phares DA, Ferreli RE, Wilund KR, Goldberg AP, Hagberg JM. High-density lipoproteincholesterol, its subfractions, and responses to exercise training are

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Technical and Training Related Aspects of Resistance Training Using Blood Flow Restriction in Competitive Sport - A Review

blood flow restriction J Appl Physiol 2009 106 1119 1124 Sumide T, Sakuraba K, Sawaki K, Ohmura H, Tamura Y. Effect of resistance exercise training combined with relatively low vascular occlusion. J Sci Med Sport 2009; 12: 107-112 18083635 10.1016/j.jsams.2007.09.009 Sumide T Sakuraba K Sawaki K Ohmura H Tamura Y Effect of resistance exercise training combined with relatively low vascular occlusion J Sci Med Sport 2009 12 107 112 Takada S, Okita K, Suga T, Omokawa M, Morita N, Horiuchi M, Kadoguchi T, Takahashi M

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