Altitude Acclimatization Alleviates the Hypoxia-Induced Suppression of Exogenous Glucose Oxidation During Steady-State Aerobic Exercise

@article{Young2018AltitudeAA,
  title={Altitude Acclimatization Alleviates the Hypoxia-Induced Suppression of Exogenous Glucose Oxidation During Steady-State Aerobic Exercise},
  author={A. Young and C. Berryman and R. Kenefick and Allyson N. Derosier and L. Margolis and M. Wilson and Christopher T. Carrigan and N. E. Murphy and J. W. Carbone and J. Rood and S. Pasiakos},
  journal={Frontiers in Physiology},
  year={2018},
  volume={9}
}
  • A. Young, C. Berryman, +8 authors S. Pasiakos
  • Published 2018
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Frontiers in Physiology
  • This study investigated how high-altitude (HA, 4300 m) acclimatization affected exogenous glucose oxidation during aerobic exercise. Sea-level (SL) residents (n = 14 men) performed 80-min, metabolically matched exercise (V˙O2 ∼ 1.7 L/min) at SL and at HA < 5 h after arrival (acute HA, AHA) and following 22-d of HA acclimatization (chronic HA, CHA). During HA acclimatization, participants sustained a controlled negative energy balance (-40%) to simulate the “real world” conditions that… CONTINUE READING
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