Effects of Aerobic Exercise on the Metabolism of Glucose and Lipid in Hyperlipidemia Rats
The main purpose of this paper is to study the effect of aerobic exercise on the metabolism of glucose
and lipid in hyperlipidemia rats. 50 3-week-old male SD rats were randomly divided into three groups: normal
diet control group (C group), high-fat diet control group (H Group), aerobic exercise group (he group), tea
polyphenol group (HT group) and comprehensive intervention group (HET group). The rats in he group and het
group were trained in weightless swimming for 8 weeks; the rats in HT group and het group were fed with 1 g /
kg of tea polyphenols 6 days a week. After 8 weeks, the related indexes of glycolipid metabolism and TNFwere
measured. And IL-6. Results: compared with group C, the weight of rats in group H increased significantly,
serum and fins increased significantly, TNF - in serum and adipose tissue. Compared with H group, the above
indexes of he group, HT group and het group were decreased, and the most significant decrease was in het group.
Aerobic exercise and tea polyphenol supplementation can improve the abnormal metabolism of glucose and
lipid and insulin resistance caused by high-fat diet, and the most significant intervention is the combination of
aerobic exercise and tea polyphenol supplementation. The effects of aerobic exercise and tea polyphenol
supplementation on glycolipid metabolism and insulin resistance induced by high-fat diet are closely related to
the inhibition of TNF - α and IL-6 expression and secretion in adipose tissue.