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Research Article Open Access
The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of 10 km running on hormone ghrelin levels in non-athletes obese men. 20 healthy, overweight non-athlete university students participated voluntarily in this study. The subjects performed twice on a treadmill with speed of 10 km per hour with the 400 energy cost calories. Blood samples was collected for determination of ghrelin in the same conditions and controlling affecting environmental factors on rest and immediately after two sessions running on a treadmill with a one-week intervals. The results showed that blood ghrelin increased significantly. According to research findings, blood ghrelin levels increased in a session running on a treadmill with 400 calories of energy costs.
hormone ghrelin, caloric intake, BMI