Sleeping oxygen saturation, rapid eye movement sleep, and the adaptation of postprandial metabolic function in insulin sensitive and resistant individuals without diabetes.

@article{Garcia2018SleepingOS,
  title={Sleeping oxygen saturation, rapid eye movement sleep, and the adaptation of postprandial metabolic function in insulin sensitive and resistant individuals without diabetes.},
  author={Karin A Garcia and William K Wohlgemuth and Ele Ferrannini and Andrea Mari and Alex Gonzalez and Armando Mendez and Roberto Bizzotto and Jay S Skyler and Neil Schneiderman and Barry E. Hurwitz},
  journal={Physiology & behavior},
  year={2018},
  volume={191},
  pages={123-130}
}
AIMS Sleeping oxygen saturation (SaO2) and sleep stage duration have been linked with prediabetic alterations but the pathogenic pathways are not well understood. This study of insulin sensitive and resistant adults examined the effect on postprandial metabolic regulation of repeated mixed-meal challenges of different carbohydrate loading. The aim was to… CONTINUE READING