Serum interleukin-1beta and lipid profile responses to aerobic training in obese men

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Serum interleukin-1beta and lipid profile responses to aerobic training in obese men

Eizadi Mojtaba, Zand Alireza, Faraji Gholamreza, Parsian Heshmatolah
J. Bio. Env. Sci.2( 6), 60-66, June 2012.
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Abstract

Obesity is known to be associated with systemic inflammation. To investigate serum IL-1B and lipid profile responses to aerobic exercise program. A total thirty four sedentary adult obese men aged 38-43 years were selected to participate in study and divided to exercise and control group by randomly. The participants of exercise group were completed an aerobic exercise program for 3 months (3 days/weekly) and control group were banned of exercise in this period. Pre and post exercise training of serum IL-1β, lipid profile markers and anthropometrical indexes were measured in two groups. Statistical analysis was performed by independent and paired T test (p ≤ 0.05). No significant differences were found in anthropometrical and biochemical parameters between 2 groups at baseline. Despite of a significant decrease in all anthropometrical parameters, but serum IL-1β concentration did not change significantly after aerobic program when compared to baseline data. Triglyceride concentration was decreased significantly with exercise training whereas concentrations of TC, HDL cholesterol, and LDL cholesterol did not change. Based on these data, it seems that if aerobic exercise does not improve lipid profile blood lipid levels in obese subjects it does not cause any change in the levels IL-1B an inflammatory cytokine.

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