Exercise training versus diet-induced weight-loss on metabolic risk factors and inflammatory markers in obese subjects: a 12-week randomized intervention study.

@article{Christiansen2010ExerciseTV,
  title={Exercise training versus diet-induced weight-loss on metabolic risk factors and inflammatory markers in obese subjects: a 12-week randomized intervention study.},
  author={Tore Christiansen and S{\o}ren Kildeberg Paulsen and Jens Meldgaard Bruun and Steen B{\o}nl{\o}kke Pedersen and B Richelsen},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Endocrinology and metabolism},
  year={2010},
  volume={298 4},
  pages={
          E824-31
        }
}
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of exercise training and diet-induced weight loss alone or in combination on inflammatory markers in circulation, in adipose tissue (AT) and in skeletal muscle (SM) in obese subjects. Seventy-nine obese subjects were randomized into a 12-wk intervention: 1) exercise only (EXO), 2) diet-induced weight loss using a very low energy diet (DIO), and 3) exercise and diet-induced weight-loss combined (DEX). Blood samples (metabolic and… Expand
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