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Serum C-reactive protein and fasting glucose in response to moderate aerobic training program in overweight or obese women

Hakimi Azadeh, Karami Nasim, Khaled Ismail Raana, Kazemloo Monireh

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.3(4), 94-100, April 2013

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Obesity is associated with increased chronic inflammatory disease and high risk of cardiovascular disease morbidity or mortality. The objective of present study was to evaluate the effect of 3 months aerobic training on high sensitivity C-reactive protein (CRP) and fasting glucose in non-trained middle-aged women. For this purpose, pre and post training (12 weeks/3 times weekly) of fasting serum CRP and glucose concentration were measured in thirty four non-trained women (aged 37.59 ± 5.36 years; body mass index 31.78 ± 2.86 kg/m2) that divided into control and exercise groups by randomly. Student’s paired ‘t’ test was applied to compare the pre and post training values. Serum CRP levels were significantly decreased in response to exercise program when compared with baseline levels. Compared to pre-training, all anthropometrical markers decreased and fasting glucose concentration decreased significantly after exercise program in the exercise but not in the control groups. Change in serum was positively correlated with change in glucose concentration (p = 0.002, r = 0.69). According to the findings, we conclude that aerobic training for long time improves serum CRP and fasting glucose in overweight or obese women an their changes are dependent of each other.

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