BioMed Research International / 2015 / Article / Fig 4

Research Article

Does Moderate Intensity Exercise Attenuate the Postprandial Lipemic and Airway Inflammatory Response to a High-Fat Meal?

Figure 4

Percent change in triglycerides and airway inflammation four hours after HFM. Percentage change in triglycerides and percentage change in exhaled nitric oxide (ppb) is depicted in (a). There was no significant association between the percentage increase in triglycerides and the percentage increase in eNO (, ). Percentage change in triglycerides as well as percentage change in pulmonary neutrophils is depicted in (b). There was no significant association between the percentage increase in triglycerides and the percentage increase in pulmonary neutrophils (, ).
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