A single bout of exercise is followed by a prolonged decrease in the interstitial glucose concentration in skeletal muscle.
- Published Article
Acta physiologica Scandinavica
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2005
The study shows that the interstitial glucose concentration in skeletal muscle is markedly decreased for several hours following a single exercise session. The decreased interstitial glucose concentration may serve to limit the rate of post-exercise muscle glucose uptake to a rate compatible with normal blood glucose levels and may also be speculated to have a positive long-term health implication by augmenting muscle insulin sensitivity.
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