May 6, 2007 at 2:53 pm #105212imported_AdminParticipant
I decided t lose the news portion of the site and consolidate all the good articles here.
intermittent fasting resulted in beneficial effects that met or exceeded those of caloric restriction including reduced serum glucose and insulin levels and increased resistance of neurons in the brain to excitotoxic stress
(IF; reduced meal frequency) and caloric restriction (CR) extend lifespan and increase resistance to age-related diseases
Hope for a fountain of youth may spring eternal, but these days it is surprisingly active among the ranks of highly educated and even scientifically trained professionals — despite what experts say is a lack of compelling clinical evidence for any particular treatment.
adequate high-intensity intermittent training may improve both anaerobic and aerobic energy supplying systems significantly
The purpose of this study was to examine 1) the effect of two exercise intensities of equal caloric output on the magnitude (kcal) and duration of excess postexercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) and 2) the effect of exercise of equal intensity but varying duration on EPOC.
Exercise builds new brain cells in a region linked with memory and memory loss • Mice grew new cells in area known to be affected in age-related memory decline • MRIs showed similar cell growth in human brains after exercise
Effect of postexercise carbohydrate supplementation on glucose uptake-associated gene expression in the human skeletal muscle.
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