Enhancing Exercise Responsiveness across Prediabetes Phenotypes by Targeting Insulin Sensitivity with Nutrition.

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Insulin 112 Journal of Diabetes ResearchEnhancing Exercise Responsiveness across Prediabetes Phenotypes by Targeting Insulin Sensitivity with NutritionJulian M. GaitanArthur WeltmanSteven K. Malin1Department of Kinesiology, University
Insulin 28752 and/or delay of T2D onset.Table 1Summary of exercise plus diet effects compared with preintervention. Insulin -stimulated muscle glucose uptakeNonoxidative glucose disposalGlycogen concentrationHepatic insulin sensitivityFat
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hyperglycemia 2172 oversecretion of insulin from the β-cell and results in pancreatic exhaustion that leads to severe hyperglycemia [[3]].Skeletal muscle insulin resistance is primarily responsible for impaired glucose tolerance (IGT;
hyperglycemia 11779 restriction promotes insulin sensitivity [[25]], but no studies have tested this effect in subjects with hyperglycemia . Nonetheless, Holtz et al. [[26]] studied overweight, sedentary, normoglycemic adults and found that
hyperglycemia 12895 with immediately postexercise feeding. Although these findings may not generalize to individuals with hyperglycemia , as the subjects tested were fit and of normal weight, the results suggest that the timing of energy
hyperglycemia 14534 sensitivity coincided with greater reductions in skeletal muscle glycogen [[30]]. Given that chronic hyperglycemia attenuates skeletal muscle glycogen utilization during exercise [[34]–[36]], this observation of glycogen
metabolic syndrome 22307 in lowering HbA1c and body fat as well as increasing peripheral insulin sensitivity in adults with metabolic syndrome , without change in resting fat oxidation. Consistent with this observation, a low-GI food consumption
metabolic syndrome 24032 germ with high fiber) intake on clamp-derived insulin sensitivity in overweight adults with or without metabolic syndrome [[63]]. This suggests that whole-grain intake may improve skeletal muscle glucose uptake or reduce hepatic
obesity 10466 [[23]]. This suggests that in addition to exercise, calorie restriction may protect the liver from obesity -driven insulin resistance more so than training alone, despite comparable peripheral insulin sensitivity.

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