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The Effect of Insulin During Exercise on the Development of Low Blood Sugar in Individuals With Type I Diabetes

Most children with type 1 diabetes have a drop in the blood sugar during exercise. This drop in the blood sugar can result in hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). In children using an insulin pump, there is an opportunity to reduce the basal insulin rate during exercise. This study is being conducted to determine if decreasing the insulin that is received during exercise will reduce the risk of hypoglycemia. We hope to learn more about how the body responds to hypoglycemia and to ...


Exercise Study in Subjects With NAFLD

Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease is the most common cause of chronic liver diseases. The benign non-alcoholic fatty liver, characterized by excessive fat accumulation, can evolve into non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and liver cancer. The recommendation nowadays is a lifestyle change with physical exercise and diet to reduce liver fat and improve inflammation. Besides this, a leaky gut and dysbiosis have an impact on the liver, and exercise ameliorates the diversity of gut micro...

Liver Glycogen and Hypoglycemia in Humans

The purpose of this research study is to learn more about how sugar levels in the liver affect the ability of people both with and without type 1 diabetes. People with type 1 diabetes do not make their own insulin, and are therefore required to give themselves injections of insulin in order to keep their blood sugar under control. However, very often people with type 1 diabetes give themselves too much insulin and this causes their blood sugar to become very low, which can have...


Sugar-sweetened Beverages Influence Benefits of Exercise in Overweight Adults

The objective of this study was to determine how metabolic and inflammatory effects of physical exercise in overweight individuals are altered when sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) are consumed after physical exercise. A randomized, controlled crossover trial was performed in which participants performed exercise with and without the ingestions of SSB during exercise or a non-exercise control condition to evaluate metabolic and inflammatory responses one day after the exercise a...

Blood Cell Response to Exercise

Moderate exercise is recommended to improve cardiovascular health in obese and overweight people particularly with metabolic syndrome (MetS) that have hypertension, elevated fasting blood sugar, and elevated blood lipids. This study is being done to determine how platelets respond when a person performs an initial period of moderate exercise.

High-fat Overfeeding, Hepatokines and Appetite Regulation

The present study will investigate the effect of high-fat overfeeding on a group of liver-secreted proteins linked to worsened blood sugar control, as well as proteins involved in appetite control. Participants will consume both a high-fat diet, consisting of 50% extra calories above their daily required intake, and a control diet, consisting of their normal 'habitual' diet, with each diet lasting seven days. The diets will be undertaken in a randomised order, with a period of ...

Determining the Appropriate Intensity of Exercise to Prevent Post-exercise Hypoglycemia in Persons Living With T1D

Over 300, 000 youth and young adults across Canada are living with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) which is considered the most common endocrine condition. Physical activity offers numerous health benefits however the majority of persons living with T1D are physically inactive, primarily due to fear of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). This fear of hypoglycemia continues to exist for physically active persons with T1D as no established physical activity guidelines exist. Several acute stud...

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Effect of Whole Fruit on Glycemic Control in Adults With Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes costs the U.S. healthcare system more than any other disease, and nearly half of Americans will develop either diabetes or prediabetes in their lifetime. It is therefore critical to find new strategies to treat or reverse diabetes. One such approach is adopting a healthy diet, which can dramatically improve blood sugar levels in adults with type 2 diabetes and even induce diabetes remission. Despite this, not much is known about which food groups are most effective at...

Study to Determine the Relationship Between Exercise and Hypoglycemia in Children With Type 1 Diabetes

The main purpose of this study is to find out how often low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) happens during the night after exercise in the late afternoon. The study also will see if there are any factors that can predict if low blood sugar is going to develop. Blood samples will also be drawn to measure two hormones—glucagon and epinephrine (adrenaline)—to see how they are affected by exercise. Glucagon helps to raise the blood sugar when it is low. Epinephrine causes symp...

Effects of Roflumilast on Insulin and Blood Sugar Levels in Prediabetic Overweight and Obese Individuals

Background: - Roflumilast is a drug used to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It is designed to help reduce lung inflammation. However, during testing, roflumilast also appeared to reduce high blood sugar levels in people with COPD and type 2 diabetes. Other tests showed that roflumilast also improved blood sugar levels in people who only had type 2 diabetes. Researchers want to see how roflumilast affects insulin and blood sugar levels in overweight or...

The Effects of Type of Exercise in Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

The type of physical activity such as, aerobic or resistant exercise required to reduce liver fat content in patient with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) remains unclear. The purpose of this study is to determine whether aerobic exercise should provide improvement of hepatic fat content and inflammation as well as metabolic profiles and anthropometric parameters better than resistant exercise.

The Role of Amylin and Glucagon in T1DM

The purpose of this study is to see if giving pramlintide and insulin before a meal would lower high blood sugar and if a glucagon (a naturally made hormone in the body but reduced in diabetes and its role is in prevention of low blood sugar) shot given in the late "after meal" time would prevent low blood sugar. The studies outlined in this proposal might help in developing new treatment options to target "after meal" high blood sugar and before meal low blood sugar in childre...

Islet Cell Transplants for Diabetes

The purpose of this study is to test the safety and efficacy of islet cell transplants for the treatment of type 1 diabetes mellitus. It has been shown that normal control of blood sugar levels can prevent progression of complications (such as kidney disease, nerve damage, and vascular disease) from diabetes. This research study is designed to see if normal blood sugar control can be achieved by transplanting pancreatic islet cells into your liver, which may reduce or eliminat...

Blood Flow Responses to an Oral Glucose Tolerance Test in Type 2 Diabetes

The investigators wish to determine whether a short period of exercise training (5-10 days) improves the metabolic and cardiovascular response of people with or at risk of developing type 2 diabetes to eating a meal. In healthy people, blood flow to skeletal muscles increases after eating a meal, and this helps to regulate blood sugar levels by delivering blood sugar to muscles where it can be stored or metabolized. In people with or at risk of type 2 diabetes, blood flow does ...

Investigation of the Effects of Sedentary Behaviour and Moderate Exercise on Glucose Tolerance and Insulin Sensitivity

Individuals with pre-diabetes or diabetes would benefit from low impact methods that would improve their insulin sensitivity and aid in maintaining glucose homeostasis. Physical activity helps the body decrease its insulin resistance and burn excess sugar. Many diabetics also suffer from obesity and specific forms or durations of physical exercise may not be viable options for these individuals. Determining whether short bursts of moderate exercise improve blood glucose levels ...

Physical Activity After Stroke: How Does it Effect Chronical Inflammation and Insulin Sensitivity

Decreased insulin sensitivity is and independent risk factor for stroke despite glycemic control. It is known that physical exercise increases insulin sensitivity in healthy subjects. Wether stroke patients can increase insulin sensitivity via physical exercise is not known. Chronic low-grade inflammation is associated with an increased risk of stroke. Physical exercise has shown to increase IL-6 directly after exercise in untrained subjects. When fitness is increased in...

Aerobic Exercise Training & the Autonomic System In Patients After Myocardial Infarction or Stroke

The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of Aerobic Physical Activity on the function of the Autonomic System in patients after Myocardial Infarction or Stroke. A secondary objective is to examine whether it is possible to predict which of the patients will most benefit from physical activity (exercise training), taking into account, genetic factors such as Polymorphism of ACE (Angiotensin Converting Enzyme)

The Effect of a Low Glycemic Index Diet on Blood Sugar Control in Pregnant Women at Risk for Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is a condition in which high blood sugar levels occur during pregnancy. GDM increases the risk of medical complications during pregnancy which may harm the mother and her baby. Since treating GDM to reduce blood sugar reduces the risk of harm, all pregnant women are screened for GDM using a glucose challenge test (GCT). We think that a diet containing low glycemic index foods could help keep blood sugar levels normal during pregnancy and t...

Can Group Visits Improve Outcomes of Veterans With Diabetes

Background: Diabetes is a common, morbid and expensive disease among veterans. Achieving adequate glycemic control and blood pressure control can reduce the devastating complications of diabetes. Because the majority of patients do not achieve adequate control of blood sugar and blood pressure, innovative strategies to improve control are needed.One strategy with great potential for veterans receiving VA care is the group clinic. Group clinics have been developed over the last ...

Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Critically Ill

The goal of this clinical research study is to learn if The Guardian® blood-sugar monitoring device can be used reliably in patients with high blood sugar who are receiving care in the ICU. Researchers will compare blood-sugar measurements from the study device with blood-sugar measurements from the standard "fingerstick" method of blood-sugar testing. This is being done to see if the new device can accurately measure blood sugar.

The Effect of a Low Glycemic Index Diet on Blood Sugar Control in Women With Gestational Hyperglycemia

The purpose of the study is to see if a low glycemic index diet will reduce blood sugar levels in pregnant women with high blood sugar levels.

Impact of Exercise on Older Persons With Osteoarthritis

Previous studies have found that exercise can reduce pain, improve endurance for physical activities, and improve cardiovascular fitness over time. However, these studies have not looked at the impact of exercise programs for older adults with osteoarthritis or at how long older adults continue exercising after a program is finished. This study will look at the long-term effects of a structured exercise program for people aged 60 or older who have osteoarthritis of the hip or k...

How Glargine Insulin, Oral Diabetes Medications and Exenatide May Improve Blood Sugar Control and Weight Gain in Type 2 Diabetics

This study is designed to look at how using glargine insulin with oral diabetes medications and exenatide may improve control of blood sugar levels and weight gain in type 2 diabetics. The main study will last 32 weeks. However, all participants completing 32 weeks will be invited to continue for another 24 weeks taking the insulin and oral medication and exenatide treatment. This extension comparing insulin and oral medication with insulin and oral medication and exenatide ...

Sugar-replacement Sweeteners, Taste Perception, and Blood Sugar Control

Several sugar-replacement sweeteners are currently on the market, including saccharine (ex. Sweet'N Low), aspartame (ex. Equal), and sucralose (ex. Splenda). The purpose of this study is to examine how eating sweeteners affects taste perception and how well the body works to control blood sugar. The study includes detailed blood sugar testing both before and after two-weeks drinking liquids that may contain sucralose. The investigators hypothesize that drinking liquids with s...

SMS-based Lifestyle Intervention for Patients With Liver Cirrhosis With Previous Hepathic Encephalopathy

To investigate whether simple reminders about healthy lifestyle sent via mobile phone text messages can improve the liver cirrhosis severity and prognosis (as assessed by the MELD score supported by the Child-Pugh score) among patients with liver cirrhosis that have been through a 12-week supervised and facility-based physical exercise training program and in-patient rehabilitation.


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