Aerobic and resistance exercises lead to increase of serum FGF21 levels in menopausal women with type II diabetes mellitus. Increased FGF21 level mediates beneficial effects of aerobic and resistance exercises on glucose and lipid metabolism in these patients.
Objectives: The aim of this study is to determine the relationship between exercises with the serum FGF21 levels and glucose and lipid metabolisms in menopause women with type II diabetic.
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This paper compares lipids, fasting glucose and oxidative
stress marker profiles in patients with cataract
with healthy age/sex-matched controls. There are statistical
differences between cases and controls in these
Objective: The aim of this study is to evaluate the relationship between cataract development and serum lipids, glucose as well as antioxidants in a case-control study.