2016 Volume 3 Issue 3

Effects of an aerobic exercise and milk consumption on vascular inflammation in obese pre-pubertal children


Parvin Farzanegi, Sima Movahed, Asieh Sadat Mousavian, Hassan darvakh
Abstract

The aim of present study was to determine the effects of eight weeks of aerobic exercises and milk consumption on vascular inflammation in obese pre-pubertal children. 28 obese pre-pubertal boys (8-10 years) (BMI) were selected based on self nutrition, athletic performance, body mass index, physical health questionnaire among volunteers. Then, subjects were divided into four groups of exercise- supplement group, exercise group, control-supplement group and control group. The training program consisted of 8 weeks, Recipient group of milk supplement consumed 300 ml milk per day. Blood samples were taken before and after 8 weeks and 12 hours from fasting time for analysis of ICAM, VCAM and E-Selectin. Data analysis was performed using factor analysis of variance. Results showed that ICAM and VCAM were reduced significantly after 8 weeks in exercise, exercise-supplement, control and control- supplement groups. The results of variance analysis showed that there is significant difference between four groups, so there is difference between exercise - supplement and control- supplement. Also, E SELECTIN was reduced significantly in exercise and in exercise - supplement, in control and control- supplement groups. The results of variance analysis showed that there is significant difference between four groups so that there is difference between exercise group and control- supplement group and exercise- supplement group and control group and control - supplement group. In general, results showed that aerobic exercise and milk consumption may be considered as a non-pharmacological method for controlling obesity and preventing cardiovascular diseases through reducing endothelial adhesive molecules of obese pre-pubertal children.

 

Keywords: aerobic exercises, obese, vascular inflammatory factors


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