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DOI: 10.18502/jnfs.v4i4.1724

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Department of Nutrition and Food Science, School of Medicine, Zahedan University of Medical Sciences, Zahedan, Iran.
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Background: Exercise training affects the adipose tissue, which may lead to the secretion of adipokines. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of endurance exercise training on vaspin, lipid profiles, and some anthropometric indices among young people. Methods: The participants included 26 young men selected and categorized into the intervention and control groups randomly. The intervention group underwent the endurance activity (aerobic), while the control group had no exercises during the study. Anthropometric indices and dietary intakes were determined by standard and 48-hr recall methods, respectively. Before and after implementation of the exercise training, the participantschr('39') fasting blood samples were collected. Lipid profile (including cholesterol, triglyceride, LDL, and HDL) and vaspin levels were determined. Results: A significant difference was observed in body fat percentage of the intervention group after exercise training (P = 0.009). However, no significant differences were observed based on the means of anthropometric indices, lipid profile, and daily energy intake between two groups. With regard to the vaspin levels, a significant difference was observed between the participantschr('39') scores before (P = 0.001) and after (P = 0.04) the exercise training in intervention compared to the control group. 
Conclusion: Endurance exercise program can lead to appropriate changes in some anthropometric indices, lipid profile, and vaspin adipokine in young people. So, exercise training can affect health promotion of people.
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Received: 2018/07/21 | Accepted: 2018/11/27 | Published: 2019/11/1 | ePublished: 2019/11/1

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