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High-intensity interval exercise lowers postprandial glucose concentrations more in obese adults than lean adults

Exercise Physiology
Kong et al.
Used Parameters : BW, BMI, FFM, BFM, PBF

Publication Year : 2019

Country : China

Journal : Primary Care Diabetes

Aims To compare postprandial glucose responses to high-intensity interval exercise (HIE) between obese and lean individuals. Methods Thirty healthy young adult males (15 obese, 15 lean) ate a standardised meal, then performed HIE (4× 30-s Wingate cycling/4-min rest) or a no-exercise control trial (CON). Blood glucose was measured preprandially and up to 150 min postprandially. Results Compared to CON, HIE reduced postprandial glucose concentrations at 120–150 min in obese (p< 0.001) and lean men (p< 0.05), with greater …
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