Il-Young Kim

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Acute exercise has been shown to attenuate postprandial plasma triglyceride elevation (PPTG). However, the direct contribution of exercise intensity is less well understood. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of exercise intensity on PPTG and postprandial fat oxidation. One of three experimental treatments was performed in healthy young(More)
UNLABELLED Acute endurance exercise has been shown to lower postprandial plasma triglyceride (PPTG) concentrations; however, whether this is due to the negative energy and/or CHO deficit from the exercise bout is not well understood. PURPOSE This study aimed to examine the effects of a postexercise meal consisting of either high or low CHO content on PPTG(More)
UNLABELLED The elevation of postprandial plasma triglycerides (PPTG) in the blood is an independent risk factor for atherosclerosis. Although acute exercise typically attenuates PPTG, the effect of exercise intensity on PPTG is less well established, particularly in well-controlled conditions for physical activities and diet. PURPOSE We sought to(More)
The interaction of prolonged sitting with physical exercise for maintaining health is unclear. We tested the hypothesis that prolonged siting would have a deleterious effect on postprandial plasma lipemia (PPL, postprandial plasma triglycerides) and reduce the ability of an acute exercise bout to attenuate PPL. Seven healthy young men performed three, 5-day(More)
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