Acute effects of exercise timing and breakfast meal glycemic index on exercise-induced fat oxidation

Patrick V Bennard
To examine the acute effects of exercise timing and meal glycemic index (GI) on fat oxidation and glycemic response, five apparently healthy young men participated in four randomly ordered morning trials during which measurements were made at rest, during exercise, and for two hours post-exercise. A factorial design [exercise timing (pre-prandial, post-prandial) x meal GI (low-GI, high-GI)] was used for repeated measures of energy expenditure and whole-body fat oxidation, as well as of plasma glucose...
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