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Ejercicio de alta intensidad vs ejercicio de moderada-baja intensidad en pacientes con Diabetes Mellitus tipo 2

  title={Ejercicio de alta intensidad vs ejercicio de moderada-baja intensidad en pacientes con Diabetes Mellitus tipo 2},
  author={Paula Fraga Pino},


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Combined aerobic and resistance training can improve glycolipid metabolism and reduce low-grade inflammation in patients with diabetes mellitus patients. Expand
Effects of Moderate- Versus High-Intensity Exercise Training on Physical Fitness and Physical Function in People With Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Moderate- and high-intensity exercise training, as defined in this study, may lead to similar improvements in physical fitness and physical function in people with type 2 diabetes. Expand
An investigation and comparison of the effectiveness of different exercise programmes in improving glucose metabolism and pancreatic β cell function of type 2 diabetes patients
There is no evidence to support the long‐term effectiveness of home‐based exercise interventions on these outcomes, but moderate intensive aerobic exercise can improve glucose metabolism and pancreatic β cell function in diabetic patients. Expand
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Global estimates of diabetes prevalence for 2013 and projections for 2035.
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The differential anti‐inflammatory effects of exercise modalities and their association with early carotid atherosclerosis progression in patients with Type 2 diabetes
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Duration of exercise as a key determinant of improvement in insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes patients.
It is suggested that in T2DM patients, the persistent training-induced improvements in insulin sensitivity may be more dependent on exercise duration than exercise intensity in regimens with the same level of energy expenditure. Expand
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Aerobic exercise increases sRAGE levels along with improvement of various cardiometabolic risk factors and indicators of atherosclerosis in patients with T2DM. Expand
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