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Min and Park: Physical Activity and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Figures and Tables

Fig. 1
Hormonal control and the interaction between the brain, liver, muscle, and fat cell in control of glucose homeostasis.
Fig. 2
Exercise an insulin signaling in skeletal muscle. Exercise and insulin use distinct signaling mechanism leading to GLUT4 translocation.
Fig. 3
Effects of endurance exercise training on insulin sensitivity and lipoprotein-lipid metabolism.
Table 1
Conversion rate of IGT Type 2 diabetes in long-term controlled clinical trials

#Usual national recommendations for lifestyle modification

*Two consecutive positive oGTTs


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