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Emma L. Sweeney, Daniel J. Peart, Irene Kyza, Thomas Harkes, Jason G. Ellis and Ian H. Walshe

criteria included shift workers; regular travel across time zones (>3 times a year) or in the past 4 weeks; presence of any disorders which may influence glycemic control (such as diabetes) or sleep (such as obstructive sleep apnea); current or previous medication in the past year which may have impacted

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variability, was less than 5 for the first 9.5 h, which indicated good glycemic control (M-value < 5.0) in both runners. On the other hand, rapid rise and falls, outliners of M-value were frequently observed in the last quarter of the race in both runners. These findings suggest that modest glycemic control

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Christopher C. Webster, Kathryn M. van Boom, Nur Armino, Kate Larmuth, Timothy D. Noakes, James A. Smith and Tertius A. Kohn

evaluates whole-body glycemic control, which is regulated by the interplay between the rate of glucose appearance, glucose clearance, and endogenous glucose production. Glucose clearance rate at rest is increased when insulin binds to its receptor, activating a cascade of events that leads to the

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Diego de Alcantara Borba, Eduardo da Silva Alves, João Paulo Pereira Rosa, Lucas Alves Facundo, Carlos Magno Amaral Costa, Aldo Coelho Silva, Fernanda Veruska Narciso, Andressa Silva and Marco Túlio de Mello

-1 form. IGF-1 is important for the normal function of the organism and health maintenance. IGF-1 participates in several metabolic functions (eg, glycemic control), cellular proliferation, tissue growth, skeletal muscles, increased protein synthesis, and fat burning. 1 In addition, epidemiological