Resistance training suppresses intra-abdominal fatty acid synthesis in ovariectomized rats.

Abstract

Ovarian hormone loss is associated with a shift in fat distribution to intra-abdomin al adipose tissue (intra-AAT) depots and with lipid metabolism disorders, which predisposes individuals to developing insulin resistance. Resistance training (RT) prevents increases in intra-AAT after ovarian hormone loss. However, the molecular mechanisms underlying these… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0034-1390494

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@article{Stotzer2015ResistanceTS, title={Resistance training suppresses intra-abdominal fatty acid synthesis in ovariectomized rats.}, author={Uliana S Stotzer and Maria F.S.D. Rodrigues and Marisa Domingos and Geraldo Humberto Silva and Fernanda O Duarte and Camila do Valle Gomes Gatto and Ana Catarina Duarte and Gilberto Eiji Shiguemoto and Sheila P{\'e}rez and H. S. Selistre-de-Ara{\'u}jo}, journal={International journal of sports medicine}, year={2015}, volume={36 3}, pages={226-33} }