Published in Women's Health Weekly, April 21st, 2005
According to a study from the United States, "High plasma fatty acid availability and a positive energy balance in sedentary individuals reduce insulin sensitivity. This study's purpose was to determine whether high plasma fatty acid availability and systemic caloric excess after exercise also impair insulin sensitivity."
"On two separate occasions," reported S. Schenk and associates at the University of Michigan, "seven nonobese women performed 90 min of exercise at similar to 65% peak oxygen uptake. In one trial, a lipid + heparin emulsion (Lipid) was...
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