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Journal of Exercise Nutrition & Biochemistry 1998;2(2):25-34.
The Effectsof Aerobic Power on Plasma Lipoprotein in Diabetic Patients
To study the effect of oxygen consumption on plasma lipoprotein, non-diabetic women(n=47) and diabetic patients(n=27) were checked by medical process and exercise stress testing. Subjects were devided into three groups that were low, medium and high aerobic power. Results of this study are following. %Body fat was not different between non-diabetes women and diabetes patients. At non-diabetic women, blood glucose was 90.0∼96.7㎎/dℓ, and that of low aerobic power was significantly(p<0.05) increased than that of medium and high aerobic power. At diabetic patients, blood glucose was 181.2∼193.5㎎/dℓ, but it was not significant among groups. Total cholesterol was 200.1∼217.2㎎/dℓ in non-diabetic women and 211.1∼236.3㎎/dℓ in diabetic patients, but not significant among groups. HDL-C was 46.3∼52.2㎎/dℓ in non-diabetic women and 46.9∼52.5㎎/dℓ in diabetic patients, but not significant among groups. LDL-C was 126.1∼139.7㎎/dℓ in non-diabetic women and 140.0∼159.5㎎/dℓ in diabetic patients, but not significant among groups. Triglycerides was 113.1∼156.1㎎/dℓ in non-diabetic women and 121.2∼141.5㎎/dℓ in diabetic patients, but the high aerobic power group of non-diabetic women was significantly(p<0.05) decreased from lower aerobic power. From this results, Plasma lipoprotein of high aerobic power group was admirable than that of low power group. Therefore the diabetic patient have to improve their aerobic power to protect from complication of diabetes.


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