Long-Lasting Effects of Early-Onset Exercise on the Prevention of Obesity and Its Related Lifestyle Diseases

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<p> Decreased physical activity and increased obesity during childhood have recently emerged as significant social problems. Since long-term exposure to risk factors contributes to the development of lifestyle diseases, determining effective early-age prevention strategies is essential. Regular exercise and increased physical activity are well known to prevent obesity and insulin resistance in both animals and humans. However, although physical activity during childhood has a well-known direct effect on child health, the long-term consequences of childhood exercise on adult health and morbidity have not been well studied due to the difficulties of following subjects long-term. To address this, many researchers use rodents or other animal models. Previous studies have suggested that exercise has long-lasting effects on body weight after exercise cessation. In this review, studies examining the long-lasting effects of childhood exercise on obesity and metabolic diseases later in life using animal models are summarized, and the importance of exercise in childhood in preventing obesity and its related comorbidities is highlighted. </p>

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  • 順天堂醫事雑誌

    順天堂醫事雑誌 62(Suppl.1), 151-155, 2016

    順天堂医学会

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  • NII論文ID(NAID)
    130005865612
  • 本文言語コード
    ENG
  • ISSN
    2187-9737
  • データ提供元
    J-STAGE 
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