Chronobiology, Nutrition, and Diabetes Mellitus

  • L. Méjean
  • M. Kolopp
  • P. Drouin

Abstract

Blood glucose levels are commonly used as a marker of carbohydrate metabolism, and subsequent oscillations are related to various phenomena. Blood glucose levels are controlled by several hormones, i.e., insulin and the counterregulatory hormones. The circulating levels and the metabolic action of these hormones undergo different cyclic variations (Aparicio et al. 1974; Hautecouverture et al. 1975; Hoist et al. 1983; Lefebvre et al. 1987; Waldhausl 1989). These cyclic oscillations may influence the hormonal action on glucose consumption by peripheral tissues, glycogen degradation, and gluconeogenesis. The exogenous supply of glucose depends on food intake, produced by a food behavior which is regulated by pre- and periingestive factors which may stimulate or inhibit any motivation states such as hunger, satiety, satiation, or appetite (Nicolaïdis and Burlet 1988).

Keywords

Migraine Cortisol NADPH Triglyceride Hyperglycemia 

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