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Effects of menopause and high-intensity training on insulin sensitivity and muscle metabolism

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title = "Effects of menopause and high-intensity training on insulin sensitivity and muscle metabolism",
abstract = "OBJECTIVE: To investigate peripheral insulin sensitivity and skeletal muscle glucose metabolism in premenopausal and postmenopausal women, and evaluate whether exercise training benefits are maintained after menopause.METHODS: Sedentary, healthy, normal-weight, late premenopausal (n = 21), and early postmenopausal (n = 20) women were included in a 3-month high-intensity exercise training intervention. Body composition was assessed by magnetic resonance imaging and dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry, whole body glucose disposal rate (GDR) by hyperinsulinemic euglycemic clamp (40 mU/m/min), and femoral muscle glucose uptake by positron emission tomography/computed tomography, using the glucose analog fluorodeoxyglucose, expressed as estimated metabolic rate (eMR). Insulin signaling was investigated in muscle biopsies.RESULTS: Age difference between groups was 4.5 years, and no difference was observed in body composition. Training increased lean body mass (estimate [95{\%} confidence interval] 0.5 [0.2-0.9] kg, P < 0.01) and thigh muscle mass (0.2 [-0.1 to 0.6] kg, P < 0.01), and decreased fat percentage (1.0 [0.5-1.5]{\%}, P < 0.01) similarly in the two groups. The postmenopausal women had lower eMR in vastus lateralis muscle than the premenopausal women (-14.0 [-26.0 to -2.0] μmol/min/kg, P = 0.02), and tended to have lower eMR in femoral muscles (-11.2 [-22.7 to 0.4] μmol/min/kg, P = 0.06), and also GDR (-59.3 [-124.8 to 6.3] mg/min, P = 0.08), but increased similarly in both groups with training (eMR vastus lateralis muscle: 27.8 [19.6-36.0] μmol/min/kg, P < 0.01; eMR femoral muscle: 20.0 [13.1-26.7] μmol/min/kg, P < 0.01, respectively; GDR: 43.6 [10.4-76.9] mg/min, P = 0.01). Potential mechanisms underlying the training-induced increases in insulin sensitivity included increased expression of hexokinase (19.2 [5.0-24.7] AU, P = 0.02) and glycogen synthase (32.4 [15.0-49.8] AU, P < 0.01), and also increased insulin activation of Akt2 (20.6 [3.4-29.0], P = 0.03) and dephosphorylation of glycogen synthase (-41.8 [-82.9 to -0.7], P = 0.05).CONCLUSIONS: Insulin sensitivity was reduced in early postmenopausal women. However, postmenopausal women increased peripheral insulin sensitivity, skeletal muscle insulin-stimulated glucose uptake, and skeletal muscle mass to the same extent as premenopausal women after 3 months of high-intensity exercise training.",
keywords = "Journal Article",
author = "Mandrup, {Camilla M} and Jon Egelund and Michael Nyberg and Enevoldsen, {Lotte Hahn} and Andreas Kj{\ae}r and Clemmensen, {Andreas E} and Christensen, {Anders Nymark} and Charlotte Suetta and Ruth Frikke-Schmidt and Steenberg, {Dorte Enggaard} and Wojtaszewski, {J{\o}rgen F P} and Ylva Hellsten and Stallknecht, {Bente M}",
year = "2018",
month = "2",
doi = "10.1097/GME.0000000000000981",
language = "English",
volume = "25",
pages = "165--175",
journal = "Menopause",
issn = "1072-3714",
publisher = "Lippincott Williams & Wilkins",
number = "2",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Effects of menopause and high-intensity training on insulin sensitivity and muscle metabolism

AU - Mandrup, Camilla M

AU - Egelund, Jon

AU - Nyberg, Michael

AU - Enevoldsen, Lotte Hahn

AU - Kjær, Andreas

AU - Clemmensen, Andreas E

AU - Christensen, Anders Nymark

AU - Suetta, Charlotte

AU - Frikke-Schmidt, Ruth

AU - Steenberg, Dorte Enggaard

AU - Wojtaszewski, Jørgen F P

AU - Hellsten, Ylva

AU - Stallknecht, Bente M

PY - 2018/2

Y1 - 2018/2

N2 - OBJECTIVE: To investigate peripheral insulin sensitivity and skeletal muscle glucose metabolism in premenopausal and postmenopausal women, and evaluate whether exercise training benefits are maintained after menopause.METHODS: Sedentary, healthy, normal-weight, late premenopausal (n = 21), and early postmenopausal (n = 20) women were included in a 3-month high-intensity exercise training intervention. Body composition was assessed by magnetic resonance imaging and dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry, whole body glucose disposal rate (GDR) by hyperinsulinemic euglycemic clamp (40 mU/m/min), and femoral muscle glucose uptake by positron emission tomography/computed tomography, using the glucose analog fluorodeoxyglucose, expressed as estimated metabolic rate (eMR). Insulin signaling was investigated in muscle biopsies.RESULTS: Age difference between groups was 4.5 years, and no difference was observed in body composition. Training increased lean body mass (estimate [95% confidence interval] 0.5 [0.2-0.9] kg, P < 0.01) and thigh muscle mass (0.2 [-0.1 to 0.6] kg, P < 0.01), and decreased fat percentage (1.0 [0.5-1.5]%, P < 0.01) similarly in the two groups. The postmenopausal women had lower eMR in vastus lateralis muscle than the premenopausal women (-14.0 [-26.0 to -2.0] μmol/min/kg, P = 0.02), and tended to have lower eMR in femoral muscles (-11.2 [-22.7 to 0.4] μmol/min/kg, P = 0.06), and also GDR (-59.3 [-124.8 to 6.3] mg/min, P = 0.08), but increased similarly in both groups with training (eMR vastus lateralis muscle: 27.8 [19.6-36.0] μmol/min/kg, P < 0.01; eMR femoral muscle: 20.0 [13.1-26.7] μmol/min/kg, P < 0.01, respectively; GDR: 43.6 [10.4-76.9] mg/min, P = 0.01). Potential mechanisms underlying the training-induced increases in insulin sensitivity included increased expression of hexokinase (19.2 [5.0-24.7] AU, P = 0.02) and glycogen synthase (32.4 [15.0-49.8] AU, P < 0.01), and also increased insulin activation of Akt2 (20.6 [3.4-29.0], P = 0.03) and dephosphorylation of glycogen synthase (-41.8 [-82.9 to -0.7], P = 0.05).CONCLUSIONS: Insulin sensitivity was reduced in early postmenopausal women. However, postmenopausal women increased peripheral insulin sensitivity, skeletal muscle insulin-stimulated glucose uptake, and skeletal muscle mass to the same extent as premenopausal women after 3 months of high-intensity exercise training.

AB - OBJECTIVE: To investigate peripheral insulin sensitivity and skeletal muscle glucose metabolism in premenopausal and postmenopausal women, and evaluate whether exercise training benefits are maintained after menopause.METHODS: Sedentary, healthy, normal-weight, late premenopausal (n = 21), and early postmenopausal (n = 20) women were included in a 3-month high-intensity exercise training intervention. Body composition was assessed by magnetic resonance imaging and dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry, whole body glucose disposal rate (GDR) by hyperinsulinemic euglycemic clamp (40 mU/m/min), and femoral muscle glucose uptake by positron emission tomography/computed tomography, using the glucose analog fluorodeoxyglucose, expressed as estimated metabolic rate (eMR). Insulin signaling was investigated in muscle biopsies.RESULTS: Age difference between groups was 4.5 years, and no difference was observed in body composition. Training increased lean body mass (estimate [95% confidence interval] 0.5 [0.2-0.9] kg, P < 0.01) and thigh muscle mass (0.2 [-0.1 to 0.6] kg, P < 0.01), and decreased fat percentage (1.0 [0.5-1.5]%, P < 0.01) similarly in the two groups. The postmenopausal women had lower eMR in vastus lateralis muscle than the premenopausal women (-14.0 [-26.0 to -2.0] μmol/min/kg, P = 0.02), and tended to have lower eMR in femoral muscles (-11.2 [-22.7 to 0.4] μmol/min/kg, P = 0.06), and also GDR (-59.3 [-124.8 to 6.3] mg/min, P = 0.08), but increased similarly in both groups with training (eMR vastus lateralis muscle: 27.8 [19.6-36.0] μmol/min/kg, P < 0.01; eMR femoral muscle: 20.0 [13.1-26.7] μmol/min/kg, P < 0.01, respectively; GDR: 43.6 [10.4-76.9] mg/min, P = 0.01). Potential mechanisms underlying the training-induced increases in insulin sensitivity included increased expression of hexokinase (19.2 [5.0-24.7] AU, P = 0.02) and glycogen synthase (32.4 [15.0-49.8] AU, P < 0.01), and also increased insulin activation of Akt2 (20.6 [3.4-29.0], P = 0.03) and dephosphorylation of glycogen synthase (-41.8 [-82.9 to -0.7], P = 0.05).CONCLUSIONS: Insulin sensitivity was reduced in early postmenopausal women. However, postmenopausal women increased peripheral insulin sensitivity, skeletal muscle insulin-stimulated glucose uptake, and skeletal muscle mass to the same extent as premenopausal women after 3 months of high-intensity exercise training.

KW - Journal Article

U2 - 10.1097/GME.0000000000000981

DO - 10.1097/GME.0000000000000981

M3 - Journal article

VL - 25

SP - 165

EP - 175

JO - Menopause

JF - Menopause

SN - 1072-3714

IS - 2

ER -

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