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Investigating the Effect of Continuous Aerobic Exercises on the Enzymes in Women with Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver


Author : Shima Shaker Mahani

Pages : 1-5
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Abstract

Background and goal: Fatty liver disease in obese, sedentary and people with diabetes and dyslipidemia was seen more. In 1970 liver disease associated with obesity in adults is detected, while increasing physical activity are associated with reduced liver fat. So, the aim of the present study was investigating the effect of continuous aerobic exercise on enzymes in women with nonalcoholic fatty liver.
Materials and methods: In this quasi-experimental study, 12 women with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease were randomly assigned to a continuous exercise group. Each of the samples running aerobic exercise on a treadmill during three times a week for 12 weeks and 30 to 40 minutes per session with a mean intensity of 60% to 70% heart rate recorded that was gradually applied in the exercise program. Laboratory biosystems kit was made in Spain used to determine the level of liver enzymes; data were analyzed using t-test in SPPS software version 20.
Findings: The results showed that p value of AST and ALT enzymes considering after 12 weeks of continuous exercise had a significant decline. Also, the variables CHOL, TG, LDL, and HDL were not significantly changed after 12 weeks of continuous exercise.
Conclusion: According to the results, it can be concluded that blood lipids, due to the mean reduction in pre and post-test but any statistically significant change observed, it seems if the time of exercise more than 12 weeks has significant possibility of greater change.

Keywords: Continuous aerobic exercise, liver enzymes, non-alcoholic fatty liver

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