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Mayo Clinic study finds people over 40 need frequent exercise to prevent or treat Type 2 diabetes

Researchers measured insulin sensitivity, abdominal fat and enzyme systems involved in cellular energy conversion at the beginning of the program -- and again three to four days after the last exercise session.

"The insulin sensitivity of younger people remained higher four days after exercising," says Dr. Nair. "But, no increase was recorded in middle-aged and older participants."

"The study found no close connections between increased insulin sensitivity in middle- and older-aged people and reduced abdominal fat or increased energy conversion," says Dr. Nair. Both younger and older participants had reduced abdominal fat and increased enzymes involved in cellular energy production when evaluated after the exercise program.

"The results may be helpful to prediabetic and diabetic patients and their health-care providers as they plan more effective exercise regimens," says Dr. Nair.


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Mayo Clinic
15-Aug-2003


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