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Bradykinin, insulin, and glycemia responses to exercise performed above and below lactate threshold in individuals with type 2 diabetes.

Bradykinin, insulin, and glycemia responses to exercise performed above and below lactate threshold in individuals with type 2 diabetes.
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Asano RY, Browne RAV, Sales MM, Arsa G, Moraes JFVN, Coelho-Júnior HJ, Moraes MR, Oliveira-Silva I, Atlas SE, Lewis JE, Simões HG,


Asano RY, Browne RAV, Sales MM, Arsa G, Moraes JFVN, Coelho-Júnior HJ, Moraes MR, Oliveira-Silva I, Atlas SE, Lewis JE, Simões HG, (click to view)

Asano RY, Browne RAV, Sales MM, Arsa G, Moraes JFVN, Coelho-Júnior HJ, Moraes MR, Oliveira-Silva I, Atlas SE, Lewis JE, Simões HG,

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Brazilian journal of medical and biological research = Revista brasileira de pesquisas medicas e biologicas 2017 09 1250(11) e6400 pii S0100-879X2017001100607
Abstract

The aim of this study was to analyze the acute responses of bradykinin, insulin, and glycemia to exercise performed above and below lactate threshold (LT) in individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2D). Eleven participants with a diagnosis of T2D randomly underwent three experimental sessions 72 h apart: 1) 20 min of exercise performed at 120% of LT (120%LT), 2) 20 min of exercise performed at 80% of LT (80%LT), and 3) 20 min of control session. Blood glucose was analyzed before, during, and at 45 min post-exercise. Bradykinin and insulin were analyzed before and at 45 min post-exercise. Both exercise sessions elicited a parallel decrease in glucose level during exercise (P≤0.002), with a greater decrease being observed for 120%LT (P=0.005). Glucose decreased 22.7 mg/dL (95%CI=10.3 to 35, P=0.001) at the 45 min post-exercise recovery period for 80%LT and decreased 31.2 mg/dL (95%CI=18.1 to 44.4, P<0.001) for 120%LT (P=0.004). Insulin decreased at post-exercise for 80%LT (P=0.001) and control (P≤0.035). Bradykinin increased at 45 min post-exercise only for 80%LT (P=0.013), but was unrelated to the decrease in glucose (r=-0.16, P=0.642). In conclusion, exercise performed above and below LT reduced glycemia independently of insulin, but exercise above LT was more effective in individuals with T2D. However, these changes were unrelated to the increase in circulating bradykinin.

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