Our weekly science report just interesting again with a variety of topics being researched from across the Globe.
Interesting mixture of papers are discussed in the first edition of Science Weekly in 2019.
Holiday seems to have hit the science world as you will see. This week's round-up includes papers on aging, how the brain's reward system works when we're eating, that sugar-sweetened soft drinks may increase the risk of kidney disease and you can show your personal training clients what happens in their body when they exercise that results in losing belly fat.
The amount of research results that is published every week in fitness and nutrition shows how important it's becoming to understand our body better to improve methods in preventive measures against obesity and other lifestyle related conditions and diseases.
Learn what scientists have discovered in the past two weeks in the fitness and nutrition field from this week's round-up of scientific research.
It's December and scientists are still on the roll to publish research and study results, so here's last week's highlights that are relevan to the fitness industry.
Check out this week's finding in fitness and nutrition science and feel free to comment which one you found the most useful.
Can mitochondria alter metabolism? Does obesity cause depression? Why you should keep trying even if you have failed multiple times? The 4 category of obesity.
Interested in genetic factors of different conditions or diseases? Want to know how a diet in fish can affect asthma or weight loss? Can age-related leaky gut be prevented? Evidence validates sugar tax. Find out more what happened in fitness and nutrition science this week.
Science is producing amusing results week by week investigating subjects and topics that may change the way our children will live their life a few decades from now on.
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