International Journal of Human Movement and Sports Sciences Vol. 10(1), pp. 54 - 65
DOI: 10.13189/saj.2022.100109
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Effect of a Training Program Accompanied by a Suggested Diet on Some Physiological Variables and Regulating Blood Sugar Level in Type II Diabetics


Mohammed Nader Shalaby 1,*, Marwa Ahmed Fadl 2, Hoda Abdel Hameed Abdel Wahab 2, Reda Mohamed Hassan Hashem 2, Rasha Abd Alfattah Mohammed Faid 2, Noha Awad Mousa 2, Mona Fathi Khalil 3
1 Biological Sciences and Sports Health Department, Faculty of Physical Education, Suez Canal University, Egypt
2 Department of Self Development, Deanship of Preparatory Year and Supporting Studies, Imam Abdul Rahman Bin Faisal University. Saudi Arabia
3 Department of Basic Sciences, Deanship of Preparatory Year and Supporting Studies, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia

ABSTRACT

Diabetes is one of the most common diseases in our modern era. As a result of the technological evolution recently and the abundance of public and private transportation, in addition to the lack of movement in our societies, many diseases have spread. One of them is diabetes, which is known now as the lack of movement disease. It is one of the most common diseases worldwide. Diabetes comes with a group of diseases called the "lifestyle diseases" like high blood pressure, obesity and heart disease, and other chronic diseases engaged with the technological evolution and lack of movement diseases. The study aimed to identify the effect of the training program accompanied by the proposed diet on some physiological variables and regulating blood sugar levels (diastolic pressure, systolic pressure, cholesterol, triglyceride, high-density cholesterol (HDL), low-density lipoprotein (LDL), fasting blood sugar, non-fasting sugar, cumulative sugar), in type II diabetics. To achieve this, the researchers used the experimental method, as it suited the nature of the study (designed by one experimental group) in a sample of 10 males who were chosen deliberately aged between 45 and 55 years old. The sample members were committed to an eight-week training program accompanied by a diet with three training modules per week. The conclusion of the study showed statistically significant differences between the pre-and post-measurements, in favor of the post-measurement in all variables under study, except for the triglyceride variable. The researchers recommended that sports activity should be practiced regularly in addition to the diet, as it affects regulating blood sugar and controlling its high levels.

KEYWORDS
Blood Sugar, Diabetes, Training Program, Diet, Triglyceride, HDL, LDL, Cholesterol

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[1] Mohammed Nader Shalaby , Marwa Ahmed Fadl , Hoda Abdel Hameed Abdel Wahab , Reda Mohamed Hassan Hashem , Rasha Abd Alfattah Mohammed Faid , Noha Awad Mousa , Mona Fathi Khalil , "Effect of a Training Program Accompanied by a Suggested Diet on Some Physiological Variables and Regulating Blood Sugar Level in Type II Diabetics," International Journal of Human Movement and Sports Sciences, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 54 - 65, 2022. DOI: 10.13189/saj.2022.100109.

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Mohammed Nader Shalaby , Marwa Ahmed Fadl , Hoda Abdel Hameed Abdel Wahab , Reda Mohamed Hassan Hashem , Rasha Abd Alfattah Mohammed Faid , Noha Awad Mousa , Mona Fathi Khalil (2022). Effect of a Training Program Accompanied by a Suggested Diet on Some Physiological Variables and Regulating Blood Sugar Level in Type II Diabetics. International Journal of Human Movement and Sports Sciences, 10(1), 54 - 65. DOI: 10.13189/saj.2022.100109.