Diet induced changes in sympatho-adrenal activity during submaximal exercise in relation to substrate utilization in man.

@article{Jansson1982DietIC,
  title={Diet induced changes in sympatho-adrenal activity during submaximal exercise in relation to substrate utilization in man.},
  author={Eva K. Jansson and Paul Hjemdahl and Lennart Kaijser},
  journal={Acta physiologica Scandinavica},
  year={1982},
  volume={114 2},
  pages={171-8}
}
In order to study how the diet may influence sympatho-adrenal activity during exercise, 7 subjects were examined at rest and during submaximal exercise (25 min at 65% of VO2 max) on two occasions. The first occasion was preceded by 5 days on a carbohydrate poor diet (5% carbohydrate, 72% fat and 23% protein) and the second one by 5 days on a carbohydrate rich diet (78% carbohydrate, 8% fat and 14% protein) with the same energy content. Oxygen uptake, respiratory exchange ratio (R), heart rate… CONTINUE READING