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Effect of Mild Exercise on Glycemic and Body-weight Control in Japanese Type 2 Diabetes Patients: A Retrospective Analysis.

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Summary of "Effect of Mild Exercise on Glycemic and Body-weight Control in Japanese Type 2 Diabetes Patients: A Retrospective Analysis."

We retrospectively evaluated the effects of mild physical exercise (P) in a routine clinical setting on glycemic and body-weight control in Japanese type 2 diabetes patients with and without individualized nutritional therapy (D). We analyzed 49 patients who participated in P that measured 2.5 METs and was held once every two weeks, compared with 83 non-participant controls, followed over a period of about 1.6 years. With a Cox model, the adjusted hazard ratio (HR) for improved HbA1c by numerical count of P was 1.03 (95%
CI:
1.00-1.07) (P = 0.025). Among four categories-with neither P nor D, only P, only D, and both P and D-the HRs for reduced BMI were 1.0, 0.87 (0.46-1.67), 0.58 (0.25-1.30), and 2.17 (1.03-4.59), respectively. Even mild physical exercise contributed to glycemic control. And, the combination of P and D exerted beneficial effects on body-weight control. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

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Name: Journal of diabetes investigation
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