Effects of Aerobic Exercise Combined with Nutrient Intake on Insulin Resistance in Type 2 Diabetes

  • Naihong Liu
Keywords: Aerobic exercise; Nutritional intake; Type 2 diabetes; Insulin resistance


Type 2 diabetes is a chronic metabolic endocrine disorder characterized by genetic and environmental factors
that have long-term joint action and development, and is characterized by metabolic disorders, increased blood
glucose, and abnormal blood lipids. Due to various reasons, the prevalence of type 2 diabetes is rapidly
increasing. In the case where the effect of drug treatment for type 2 diabetes is not ideal and bears a huge
economic burden, exercise therapy has an ideal control and reduction effect. On this basis, formulate scientific,
rigorous, practical and effective medium-intensity individual aerobic exercise prescriptions to provide non-drug
treatment implementation methods for patients with type 2 diabetes. This article mainly analyzes the effect of
moderate-intensity individualized aerobic exercise on blood glucose, blood lipid, and body weight indexes of
type 2 diabetes patients. Reasonable and effective personal aerobic exercise can not only have a positive effect
on blood glucose, blood lipids, body weight indicators of patients with type 2 diabetes, reduce pain and reduce
the risk of various complications. Moreover, it has very important significance for the prevention and treatment
of the disease, and its social and economic benefits are difficult to estimate.