139-161 Fasting and postprandial glycemia in response to a strenuous workout in healthy subjects with family history of diabetes and borderline insulin resistance

Arnulfo Ramos-Jimeńez, José Alejandro Anguiano-Juárez, Alejandra Sifuentes-Júarez, Rosa Patricia Hernańdez-Torres, Abraham Wall-Medrano, Patricia Victoria Torres-Durań, Marco Antonio Juaŕez-Oropeza, María Viloria, Rafael Villalobos-Molina

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Introduction: The early detection of glucose metabolism impairment is a very important goal, mainly in individuals with a family history of diabetes (FHD) or in those with borderline insulin resistance (BIR: HOMA-IR > 2.0). To document the differences in glucose metabolism between healthy subjects with and without FHD and with BIR, in response to a maximal exercise test in both fasting and postprandial conditions. Materials and Methods: Twenty nine healthy and physically active subjects (15 female and 14 male) volunteered to participate in three maximal exercise tests, in fasting and postprandial states. Maximal O2 consumption, heart rate, blood pressure, anthropometry, glucose (basal and after exercise), and insulin measurements were obtained. Results: glycemia diminished at the end of maximal exercise and decreased the most in FHD and/or HOMA-IR > 2.0 compared to without FHD and/or HOMA-IR ≤ 2.0. Recovery of post-exercise glycemia was slower in subjects with FHD and HOMA-IR > 2.0. Conclusions: the maximal exercise test in fasting or postprandial conditions proved to detect glucose metabolism differences between subjects with vs. without FHD and with vs. without BIR.

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Páginas (desde-hasta)139-161
Número de páginas23
PublicaciónExperimental and Clinical Cardiology
Volumen20
N.º6
EstadoPublicada - 2014

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Insulin Resistance
Fasting
Healthy Volunteers
Exercise Test
Glucose
Exercise
Anthropometry
Heart Rate
Insulin
Blood Pressure

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Ramos-Jimeńez, A., Anguiano-Juárez, J. A., Sifuentes-Júarez, A., Hernańdez-Torres, R. P., Wall-Medrano, A., Torres-Durań, P. V., ... Villalobos-Molina, R. (2014). 139-161 Fasting and postprandial glycemia in response to a strenuous workout in healthy subjects with family history of diabetes and borderline insulin resistance. Experimental and Clinical Cardiology, 20(6), 139-161.
Ramos-Jimeńez, Arnulfo ; Anguiano-Juárez, José Alejandro ; Sifuentes-Júarez, Alejandra ; Hernańdez-Torres, Rosa Patricia ; Wall-Medrano, Abraham ; Torres-Durań, Patricia Victoria ; Juaŕez-Oropeza, Marco Antonio ; Viloria, María ; Villalobos-Molina, Rafael. / 139-161 Fasting and postprandial glycemia in response to a strenuous workout in healthy subjects with family history of diabetes and borderline insulin resistance. En: Experimental and Clinical Cardiology. 2014 ; Vol. 20, N.º 6. pp. 139-161.
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Ramos-Jimeńez, A, Anguiano-Juárez, JA, Sifuentes-Júarez, A, Hernańdez-Torres, RP, Wall-Medrano, A, Torres-Durań, PV, Juaŕez-Oropeza, MA, Viloria, M & Villalobos-Molina, R 2014, '139-161 Fasting and postprandial glycemia in response to a strenuous workout in healthy subjects with family history of diabetes and borderline insulin resistance', Experimental and Clinical Cardiology, vol. 20, n.º 6, pp. 139-161.

139-161 Fasting and postprandial glycemia in response to a strenuous workout in healthy subjects with family history of diabetes and borderline insulin resistance. / Ramos-Jimeńez, Arnulfo; Anguiano-Juárez, José Alejandro; Sifuentes-Júarez, Alejandra; Hernańdez-Torres, Rosa Patricia; Wall-Medrano, Abraham; Torres-Durań, Patricia Victoria; Juaŕez-Oropeza, Marco Antonio; Viloria, María; Villalobos-Molina, Rafael.

En: Experimental and Clinical Cardiology, Vol. 20, N.º 6, 2014, p. 139-161.

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Ramos-Jimeńez A, Anguiano-Juárez JA, Sifuentes-Júarez A, Hernańdez-Torres RP, Wall-Medrano A, Torres-Durań PV y otros. 139-161 Fasting and postprandial glycemia in response to a strenuous workout in healthy subjects with family history of diabetes and borderline insulin resistance. Experimental and Clinical Cardiology. 2014;20(6):139-161.