Exercise, Physical Training and Type 2 Diabetes

Poirier, Paul
June 2001
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Jun2001 Supplement, Vol. 24, pS46
Academic Journal
The article discusses the connection between exercise, physical Training and type 2 diabetes. The incidence and prevalence of diabetes mellitus are increasing dramatically throughout the developed world, and represent a major health problem in the U.S.. Exercise has long been recognized as an adjunct in the treatment of subjects with type 2 diabetes. Exercise and physical training have been shown to confer several beneficial effects in the non-diabetic population.


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