Plenty of papers published in the last week and the topics are varied within the fields of fitness, nutrition and sports science. There's something for personal trainers with elderly clients, people with lifestyle conditions, kids or even for the geeks. Not to mention the one on how facemasks affect cognition in hot environments.
Intriguing variety of topic's discussed in the papers published this week on fitness, nutrition and sports science and also a lesson learnt about reading research reviews.
Interesting findings this week in the field of nutrition science for parents with celiac disease on a potential prevention strategy for their babies, for people looking for variety in plant based protein sources and for cancer patients on the effects of dietary fiber. You'll also find intriguing discoveries of an exosuit for people on their feet all day.
This week we have just over a handful of papers but the topics are pretty interesting. There is something for the geek trainer, for clients with endocrine issue, pre-natal females, the ageing population and those with eating disorders.
The first week of September looked pretty productive in the science world across the globe. We brought you papers from Australia, the USA, Finland and other parts of Europe. Would you eat lab-grown meat? Gen Z doesn't seem to be too keen. There are also three different topics around COVID that may be interesting for a range of personal training clients.
Only a handful but not the least interesting research papers published this week in the nutrition science world. Useful info for a range of clients, including the ageing population, US veterans and people living without diagnosed Celiac disease but still seemingly sensitive to gluten.
Plenty of research papers to look at this week too! From the causes of leaky gut syndrome through studying water polo players to learn more abut their kick power to the benefits of the EatWell Guide Diet on mortality.
Many intriguing papers hit the press this week discussing topics from links between COVID and obesity, through low carb diet benefits on aging adult to how anorexia affects young women's growth.
This past week the focus has been on the importance of diets in nutrition science and we also have two intriguing papers in sports, one on the causes of higher risks of stress fractures in female runners and one from the world of cricket.
You'll find a few very intriguing topics here this week, not all may be strictly related to fitness, sports and nutrition science but certainly educational. Vegans may not need to worry about vitamin B12 sources as much anymore, some asthma drugs may improve performance in sprint athletes, engineers are working on a technology so people can control electronic prostheses with their thoughts wirelessly one day and many more.