Poor physical fitness, and impaired early insulin response but late hyperinsulinaemia, as predictors of NIDDM in middle-aged Swedish men

@article{Eriksson1996PoorPF,
  title={Poor physical fitness, and impaired early insulin response but late hyperinsulinaemia, as predictors of NIDDM in middle-aged Swedish men},
  author={K. -F. Eriksson and F. Liridg{\"a}rde},
  journal={Diabetologia},
  year={1996},
  volume={39},
  pages={573-579}
}
In a prospective population-based study of middle-aged Caucasian men, performed in Malmö, Sweden, specifically designed to evaluate physical fitness, early and late insulin response as predictors of non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM), 4,637 non-diabetic men underwent oral glucose tolerance tests at the ages of 48 and 54 years. At the baseline examination, physical fitness was measured in terms of lung vital capacity and oxygen uptake during ergometry; early insulin response in… CONTINUE READING

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