Swimming exercise at weaning improves glycemic control and inhibits the onset of monosodium L-glutamate-obesity in mice.

@article{Andreazzi2009SwimmingEA,
  title={Swimming exercise at weaning improves glycemic control and inhibits the onset of monosodium L-glutamate-obesity in mice.},
  author={Ana Eliza Andreazzi and Dion{\'i}zia Xavier Scomparin and Fernanda Cristina Paccola Mesquita and Sandra Lucinei Balbo and Clarice Gravena and J{\'u}lio Cezar de Oliveira and Wilson Rinaldi and Ra{\'u}l Marcel Gonz{\'a}lez Garcia and Sabrina Grassiolli and Paulo C{\'e}zar de Freitas Mathias},
  journal={The Journal of endocrinology},
  year={2009},
  volume={201 3},
  pages={351-9}
}
Swimming exercises by weaning pups inhibited hypothalamic obesity onset and recovered sympathoadrenal axis activity, but this was not observed when exercise training was applied to young adult mice. However, the mechanisms producing this improved metabolism are still not fully understood. Low-intensity swimming training started at an early age and was undertaken to observe glycemic control in hypothalamic-obese mice produced by neonatal treatment with monosodium l-glutamate (MSG). Whereas MSG… CONTINUE READING

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