Effect of diet and diet combined with chronic aerobic exercise on chemerin plasma concentrations and adipose tissue in obese women.

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Summary of "Effect of diet and diet combined with chronic aerobic exercise on chemerin plasma concentrations and adipose tissue in obese women."

Chemerin concentrations are elevated in obesity and associated with inflammation and insulin resistance. Exercise improves insulin sensitivity, which may be facilitated by changes in chemerin. We explored the effects of 24 -week aerobic exercise program, diet and both combined on serum and abdominal adipose tissue (AT) chemerin, and adiponectin concentrations in obese women.


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Name: Neuro endocrinology letters
ISSN: 2354-4716
Pages: 262-270


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