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Results

Conclusion**

Group 1:

Low-fat diet (≤30% energy from fat) + moderate exercise (55-65% of Vo2max)

Group 2:

Low-fat diet (≤30% energy from fat) + light exercise (heart rate <100 bpm)

Group 3:

Low-fat diet with the inclusion of 1 fish meal daily (3.6 g n-3/day) + moderate exercise (55-65% of Vo2max)

Group 4:

Low-fat diet with the inclusion of 1 fish meal daily (3.6 g n-3/day) + light exercise (heart rate <100 bpm)

The change in erythrocyte omega-3 fatty acids from baseline to end of intervention were significantly different for both the fish and moderate exercise (Group 3) and the fish and light exercise (Group 4) compared to the controls (p<0.05).

The change in plasma tPa antigen from baseline to end of intervention were significantly different for the fish and moderate exercise (Group 3), fish and light exercise (Group 4), and no fish and moderate exercise (Group 1) groups compared to the controls (p<0.05).

The change in erythrocyte omega-6 fatty acids from baseline to end of intervention were significantly different for both the fish and moderate exercise (Group 3) and the fish and light exercise (Group 4) compared to the controls (p<0.05).

The change in plasma factor VII from baseline to end of intervention was significantly different for the fish and light exercise group compared to the control group (p<0.05).

There were no significant differences in change in plasma PAI-1 antigen or change in plasma fibrinogen from baseline to end of intervention for the three other treatment groups compared to the controls.

B



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