You might think that the way cars work has nothing in common with how people work, but you would be wrong. When it comes to the way cars and bodies use energy, they do just the same job. Can you spot the Difference? A body gets energy from food molecules. These are made of long… Read More
What is the Effect of Low Energy Availability (EA) Achieved by Diet or Exercise on Bone Turnover Markers in Active, Eumenorrheic Women?
Research Paper Title Bone metabolic responses to low energy availability achieved by diet or exercise in active eumenorrheic women. Background The researchers aimed to explore the effects of low energy availability (EA)[15 kcal·kg lean body mass (LBM)-1·d-1] achieved by diet or exercise on bone turnover markers in active, eumenorrheic women. Methods By using a crossover design,… Read More
How to Keep Up with the Energy Requirement of Your Workout Routine
Everyone has problems figuring out the best way to maintain their energy level while working out. For those who are new to exercise or increasing their level of physical activity, it can be very difficult and strenuous the body. Even though people have thought “I can just start right away”, they usually wind up in a… Read More
What are the Energy Requirements of US Army Special Operation Forces during Military Training?
Research Paper Title Energy requirements of US Army Special Operation Forces during military training. Background Special Operations Forces (SOF) regularly engage in physically demanding combat operations and field training exercises, resulting in high daily energy expenditure, and thus increased energy requirements. However, the majority of studies assessing energy requirements of SOF have been conducted on… Read More
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