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

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Is Motivational-based Interviewing effective in the Promotion of Physical Activity for Women?

Research Paper Title The effect of motivational interviewing-based intervention using self-determination theory on promotion of physical activity among women in reproductive age: A randomized clinical trial. Background Physical activity (PA) prevents chronic diseases. Self-determination theory (SDT) provides a useful framework to understand the nature of motivational interviewing (MI). Objective This study aimed to determine the… Read More

Can Exercise Prevent Breast Cancer Relapse?

“FOR women who have recovered from breast cancer, exercise appears to be the most important lifestyle choice to cut the risk of death from a relapse. Around a quarter of all women with breast cancer will eventually die when the cancer spreads to other parts of the body. But living more healthily can reduce the risk of… Read More

Physical Activity: Prevalence Depends on Definition Used!

Research Paper Title Compliance with Different Physical Activity Recommendations and its Association with Socio-demographic Characteristics using an Objective Measure. Background In the past decades, several public health guidelines concerning physical activity have been published. This study evaluated compliance with various physical activity guidelines and examined the associations between meeting the guidelines and socio-demographic characteristics. Methods… Read More