4/20/2011

Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic found that obese people with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease had an 84% improvement in insulin sensitivity and the liver polyunsaturated lipid index after one-hour daily sessions on treadmills for one week. Researchers said the findings might be because of a rise in levels of the hormone adiponectin, which contains anti-inflammatory properties and is involved in insulin resistance.

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