Scientists are still busy at work and keep releasing intriguing results. This week you can learn more about how alcohol may affect people's food choices or how binge drinking poses higher risk of CVD or stroke, the difference in weight loss success between men and women when on a low calorie diet, how soy may help women's bones, how exercise can help to beat cocaine addcition and improve mental health.
Rather interesting studies revealed and intriguing questions asked by scientist in the nutrition, fitness and sports field. Let's dig in.
Research data in fitness and nutrition this week seem to have been around chronic diseases, cancer survivors and people living with diabetes. The results are interessting, maybe surprising for some and definitely make you think more about some advice you may give to clients.
Nutrition, weight loss and fitness science provided an overwhelming amount of research results in the past week and the topics are also varied as you'll see from the selection. Hormones, genetics, supplements and a range of diseases got a little bit of spotlight this week. Everybody can find something that will help their clients.
Scientists were busy publishing results on fitness, nutrition, and weight loss so here's this week's selection of research. There's something for you all, including gadgets, aging and obesity.
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