Acute high-intensity endurance exercise is more effective than moderate-intensity exercise for attenuation of postprandial triglyceride elevation.

@article{Trombold2013AcuteHE,
  title={Acute high-intensity endurance exercise is more effective than moderate-intensity exercise for attenuation of postprandial triglyceride elevation.},
  author={Justin R. Trombold and Kevin Michael Christmas and Daniel R Machin and Il-Young Kim and Edward F Coyle},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={114 6},
  pages={
          792-800
        }
}
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 men (n = 6): nonexercise control (CON), moderate-intensity exercise (MIE; 50% Vo2peak for 60 min), or isoenergetic high-intensity exercise… Expand
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