Effect of fasting versus feeding on the bone metabolic response to running

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Scott, JPR ; Sale, C ; Greeves, JP ; Casey, A ; Dutton, J ; Fraser, WD (2012)

Individuals often perform exercise in the fasted state, but the effects on bone metabolism are not currently known. We compared the effect of an overnight fast with feeding a mixed meal on the bone metabolic response to treadmill running. Ten, physically-active males aged 28 ± 4 y (mean ± 1SD) completed two, counterbalanced, 8 d trials. After 3 d on a standardised diet, participants performed 60 min of treadmill running at 65% V02max on Day 4 following an overnight fast (FAST) or a standardised breakfast (FED). Blood samples were collected at baseline, before and during exercise, for 3h after exercise, and on four consecutive follow-up days (FU1-FU4). Plasma/serum were analysed for the c-terminal telopeptide region of collagen type 1 (P-CTX), n-terminal propeptides of procollagen type 1 (P1NP), osteocalcin (OC), bone alkaline phosphatase (bone ALP), parathyroid hormone (PTH), albumin-adjusted calcium, phosphate, osteoprotegerin (OPG), Cortisol, leptin and ghrelin.
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