Glucoregulation during exercise: hypoglycemia is prevented by redundant glucoregulatory systems, sympathochromaffin activation, and changes in islet hormone secretion.

@article{Hoelzer1986GlucoregulationDE,
  title={Glucoregulation during exercise: hypoglycemia is prevented by redundant glucoregulatory systems, sympathochromaffin activation, and changes in islet hormone secretion.},
  author={Dieter Hoelzer and Gail P. Dalsky and William E Clutter and Suresh D Shah and John O. Holloszy and Philip E. Cryer},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1986},
  volume={77 1},
  pages={
          212-21
        }
}
During mild or moderate nonexhausting exercise, glucose utilization increases sharply but is normally matched by increased glucose production such that hypoglycemia does not occur. To test the hypothesis that redundant glucoregulatory systems including sympathochromaffin activation and changes in pancreatic islet hormone secretion underlie this precise matching, eight young adults exercised at 55-60% of maximal oxygen consumption for 60 min on separate occasions under four conditions: (a… CONTINUE READING

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