Many new publications came to light from fitness, nutrition, and exercise science this week. Topics include the effects of sugar on children's brain development, the connection between supplements and COVID-19, new ways doping athletes can be caught and even how one can fight the increased appetite while trying to lose weight with increasing activity levels.
It looks like scientists have been busy publishing this past week too. The range of topics is also astonishing, whether you train people who need to lose weight, are battling with mental health problems, live in polluted cities, children who need to become more active, expecting women or astronauts, you'll find something in this collection.
Looks like in the first week of spring scientists dotted many i's and crossed a lot of t's. The topics discussed in the articles listed in this week's collection include COVID research, connection between lifestyle diseases and nutrition and also something for the geeks in sports science.
The topics we brought you this week are quite specific to problems some of your personal training clients might have or have had in the past.
The latest published papers from the world of fitness, nutrition and exercise science discuss a variety of topics, including obesity drugs, a correlation between dietary advice and peanut allergy in infants, and the right proportion of fruits and veg in the 5-a-day recommendation. The geeks will also find exciting developments.
Some of the papers published in the last week were done on topics that are not typical in mainstream fitness, nutrition and sports science but provide a unique insight into crucial areas of our well-being. From how social interactions affect our addictions through the link between aerobic fitness and cognitive function to a drug that seems to be super-efficient for weight loss in obese patients, these new findings are intriguing.
Trainers who train kids, trainers who have clients with life altering conditions like obesity or Type 2 diabetes and even trainers who are somewhat geeks and love some tech will all find last week's published papers useful.
The last two weeks of 2020 were a little slower in the science world but we still found over half a dozen of published papers that your personal training clients might find useful.
It looks like scientists have been busy to publish papers in the first half of December, there are plenty of topics your personal clients might find useful. From the suggestions on exercise and diet for better heart health for those who already have a CVD, through a tech solution that helps people control the speed of an exercise video to match their level of fitness to the three pillars of mental health. Great topics to tap into during this next wave of COVID-19.
Topics this week range between how drinking affects the brain in specific periods of a lifetime, the harmful effects of obesity the longer it lasts in younger adults, and also diet modifications, including cheese and wine intake that have a positive impact on the cognitive function of older adults.