Hyperinsulinemia prevents prolonged hyperglycemia after intense exercise in insulin-dependent diabetic subjects.

@article{Sigal1994HyperinsulinemiaPP,
  title={Hyperinsulinemia prevents prolonged hyperglycemia after intense exercise in insulin-dependent diabetic subjects.},
  author={Ronald J Sigal and Carryn Purdon and Susan J. Fisher and Jeffrey B. Halter and Mladen Vranic and Errol B. Marliss},
  journal={The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism},
  year={1994},
  volume={79 4},
  pages={1049-57}
}
Hyperglycemia with accompanying hyperinsulinemia occurs after brief, greater than 85% maximum oxygen consumption exercise to exhaustion in normal subjects and persists up to 60 min of recovery. To determine the importance of endogenous insulin secretion during and after intense exercise, responses to exercise of lean fit male post-absorptive insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) subjects, aged 18-34 yr, were compared with those of control subjects (C; n = 6). Three iv insulin protocols… CONTINUE READING
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