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COMPARISON OF AEROBIC EXERCISE AND CALORIC RESTRICTION ON SERUM PREPTIN LEVELS AND INDICATORS OF INSULIN RESISTANCE IN OBESE SEDENTARY WOMEN

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 Start Page 308 | End Page 315

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 Introduction: PREPTIN is a recently isolated peptide hormone that is co-secreted with insulin from the pancreatic beta-cells. The aim of this study was to compare the effects of AEROBIC EXERCISE and CALORIC RESTRICTION on serum PREPTIN levels and HOMA-IR in sedentary obese women.Materials and methods: Forty women who referred to home health centers were divided into four groups for 16 weeks of follow up: AEROBIC EXERCISE (experimental group 1), CALORIC RESTRICTION (experimental group 2), AEROBIC EXERCISE with CALORIC RESTRICTION (experimental group 3) and the control group. Training programs in experimental group 1 consisted of aerobic training and running on a treadmill for 105.183±5.63 minutes, 4 times a wk. In experimental group 2, subjects followed a diet with CALORIC RESTRICTION equivalent to physical activity energy expenditure. Subjects in the experimental group 3 used a training program similar to experimental group 1 for 66.85±5.34 minutes, 3 times a wk and received a diet with half the amount of CALORIC RESTRICTION of experimental group 2.Results: Weight, BMI and WHR showed significant reduction in the experimental groups. Serum PREPTIN levels were decreased by 21.97%, 28.32% and 27.11% in experimental groups 1, 2 and 3 respectively. HOMA-IR was decreased significantly in the 3 groups. Significant correlations were seen between changes of PREPTIN and changes of weight, WHR and HOMA-IR (p<0.05).Conclusion: Considering the relationship between PREPTIN and INSULIN RESISTANCE and the influence of AEROBIC EXERCISE and CALORIC RESTRICTION, PREPTIN may play an effective role in weight management and prevention of diabetes.

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