|Title:||Regulation of Serum Lipids Physical Exercise|
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|Publisher:||CRC Press; 1 edition (May 17, 1982)|
Book by Hietanen, Eino. Pages: 174. ISBN 10: 0-8493-6330-6. ISBN 13: 9780849363306. Lipids and proteins together form water-soluble complexes facilitating lipid transport. The classification of plasma lipoproteins is based on their physicochemical characteristics (Table 1. -l4 Two most common classifications are the motility of lipoproteins in electrophoresis and their gravitational density in ultracentrifugation. Four groups of lipoproteins can be separated with both of these devices. The lipoproteins contain apoproteins, triglycerides, cholesterol, both free and esterified, and phospholipids.
The aim of this book is to concentrate on the role of physical training in the regulation of serum lipids in healthy man. This book will try to estimate the power of regular exercise and the intensity of exercise in the regulation of plasma lipid and lipoprotein concentrations, with the ultimate goal being to find out the basic mechanisms which mediate the exercise-induced changes in serum lipid profile. Download from icerbox. eBooks & eLearning.
Personal Name: Hietanen, Eino, 1947-. Rubrics: Blood lipoproteins Metabolism Exercise Physiological aspects Regulations Exercise therapy. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
In: Hietanen E (ed) Regulation of serum lipids by physical exercise. CRC Press, Boca Raton FL (in press)Google Scholar. Marniemi J, Peltonen P, Vuori I, Hietanen E (1980) Lipoprotein lipase of human postheparin plasma and adipose tissue in relation to physical training. Acta Physiol Scand 110: 131–135Google Scholar. Marniemi J, Hietanen E, Dahlström S, Kvist M, SeppÄnen A (1981) Dependence of lecithin cholesterol acyltransferase on physical fitness. Abstracts 4th Scand Symp Atherosclerosis, Oslo, p 32Google Scholar. Lipids 14: 417–427Google Scholar. Yashiro M, Kimura S (1980) Effect of voluntary exercise and dietary protein levels on serum lipoprotein distributions and lecithin: cholesterol acyltransferase (LCAT) activity of mice. J Nutr Sci Vitaminol 26: 59–69Google Scholar.
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Eino Hietanen - AbeBooks abebooks. com Passion for books. The effect of dietary lipids alone or in combination with an administered carcinogen, ne (NDMA), on whole body lipid peroxidation was studied in rats in vivo. Groups of rats were fed diets containing 2%, 1. %, or 25% of either saturated or polyunsaturated fat. Lipid peroxidation in individual animals was determined by measuring the concentration of ethane in exhaled air.
The physical activity shows an inverse correlation with Ischaemic Cardiopathy, with evidence that lipids and lipoproteins blood levels are favourably modified by exercise. In this way, this study compared the different degrees of physical activity and the levels of blood lipids/lipoproteins, as well as the anthropometric and physiological variants. One hundred fifty seven non smoking males, aged 15 to 31 years old, average 21 years, were divided in two groups: G1 comprises 88 athletes individuals and G2, 69 non-athletes
The physical activity shows an inverse correlation with Ischaemic Cardiopathy, with evidence that lipids and lipoproteins blood levels are favourably modified by exercise. One hundred fifty seven non smoking males, aged 15 to 31 years old, average 21 years, were divided in two groups: G1 comprises 88 athletes individuals and G2, 69 non-athletes.
Cohen, H & Goldberg, C (1960) Effect of physical exercise on alimentary lipaemia. British Medical Journal 2, 509–511. Essén, B (1978) Studies on the regulation of metabolism in human skeletal muscle using intermittent exercise as an experimental model. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 454, Suppl. Farese, RV, Yost, TJ & Eckel, RH (1991) Tissue-specific regulation of lipoprotein lipase activity by insulin/glucose in normal-weight humans Metabolism 40, 214–216. Peltonen, P, Marniemi, J, Hietanen, E, Vuori, I & Ehnholm, C (1981) Changes in serum lipids, lipoproteins, and heparin releasable lipolytic enzymes during moderate physical training in man: A longitudinal study. Metabolism 30, 518–526.