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The reduction in HbAlc through diet and exercise in the Early ACTID study was comparable to the effect of sitagliptin and metformin among patients who had received no previous treatment for type 2 diabetes.
Activity volume in these Early ACTID participants was substantially lower than in overweight and obese nondiabetic participants in a prior University of Bristol study of daily physical activity patterns in 84 adults employed in sedentary occupations.
Furthermore, cardiorespiratory fitness levels in the Early ACTID participants, which were calculated for 210 participants who were not taking B-blockers, and which were assessed using a submaximal 1-mile track walk test on an indoor, level track, were also low in a majority of participants.