At the end of aerobic exercise, the (non-diabetic) body releases insulin, amlyn, and glycogen.
So, why aren't we taking symlin at the end of exercise as well as the beginning of a meal?
According to R.R. Kraemer, E.O. Acevedo, L.B. Synovitz, R.J. Durand, L.G. Johnson, E. Petrella, M.S. Fineman, T. Gimpel, and V.D. Castracane. Glucoregulatory Endocrine Responses to Intermittent Exercise of Different Intensities: Plasma Changes in a Pancreatic B-Cell Peptide, Amylin
Metabolism, Vol 51, No 5 (May), 2002: pp 657-663
Amlyn goes up quite a bit, more than glucose or glycogen (at lower exercise levels).
Since I've started taking symlin, I no longer have the huge post-exercise spikes, I'm guessing I have enough basal Symlin in my system to help even not associated with a meal, or that my liver glycogen release has been modified. Whatever... still seems like 15 mcg of symlin at the end of exercise would continue to mimic amlyn's activity.