Two bouts of exercise before meals, but not after meals, lower fasting blood glucose.

@article{Borer2009TwoBO,
  title={Two bouts of exercise before meals, but not after meals, lower fasting blood glucose.},
  author={Katarina T Borer and Elizabeth Wuorinen and Jamie Lukos and John W. Denver and Stephen W. Porges and Charles F. Burant},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2009},
  volume={41 8},
  pages={
          1606-14
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Reduced counterregulatory responses to a next-day hypoglycemic challenge and hypoglycemia result from two spaced episodes of moderate-intensity exercise and have been characterized as exercise-associated autonomic failure. We hypothesized that this phenomenon is caused by postabsorptive state at the time of exercise rather than by autonomic failure. METHODS Participants were nine healthy postmenopausal women in a crossover study. Two hours of treadmill exercise at 43% of maximal… 

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