Acute and chronic effects of exercise on leptin levels in humans.

@article{Prusse1997AcuteAC,
  title={Acute and chronic effects of exercise on leptin levels in humans.},
  author={Louis P{\'e}russe and Geraldine Collier and Jacques Gagnon and Arthur S. Leon and D. Chandrasekhra Rao and James S. Skinner and Jack H. Wilmore and Am{\'e}lie Nadeau and Paul Zev Zimmet and Clermont Bouchard},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={83 1},
  pages={5-10}
}
The acute (single bout of exercise) and chronic (exercise training) effects of exercise on plasma leptin were investigated in 97 sedentary adult men (n = 51) and women (n = 46) participating in the HERITAGE Family Study. Exercise training consisted of a standardized 20-wk endurance training program performed in the laboratory on a computer-controlled cycle ergometer. Maximal oxygen uptake, body composition assessed by hydrostatic weighing, and fasting insulin level were also measured before and… CONTINUE READING

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