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Vascular Health and Physical Performance In Older Normal and Pre-Diabetic Adults Following a Diabetes Prevention Program
The CDC led a Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) to negate the progress of prediabetes developing into type 2 diabetes (T2D). Prior research has reported DPP decreasing the rate of T2D (58%) compared to Metformin (31%) among ...
Effects of L-Citrulline on microvascular function, skeletal muscle oxygen, and lipolysis in healthy and prediabetic older adults: an exploratory study
Background: Prediabetes may increase the risk of endothelial dysfunction and reduce skeletal muscle oxygenation. Increased lipolysis during exercise may reduce fat mass and improve insulin sensitivity. L-citrulline improves ...
The effects of short-term L-citrulline supplementation on arterial stiffness in prediabetic and healthy adults
Background: Prediabetes is marked by elevated levels of plasma glucose. Chronic hyperglycemia may induce thickening of the arteries, oxidative stress, and endothelial dysfunction, a primary cause for cardiovascular disease. ...
Effects of twelve weeks of diabetes prevention program on cardiovascular risk factors
The purpose of this study was to generate hypotheses and measure the effectiveness of 12 weeks of Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP). The DPP, focused on increased physical activity, eating healthy, and portion control, was ...
Effectiveness of a 12-month diabetes prevention program in reducing cardiovascular disease risk in prediabetics
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the relationship between obesity and cardiovascular biomarkers in physically active prediabetic participants who completed 12 months of the DPP. The obesity paradox was also ...