From a pizza study that was examining the effects on health markers of eating to full compared to eating to the maximum to thread-based, wearable sweat sensors that detect health markers we had a range of papers published in the world of fitness, nutrition and health.
Do your clients hike often or maybe they have children? We have studies you can show and explain to them to help them better understand how their body work. Also, can you imagine taking your supplements in the form of shellfish in the future? Read on to read about many more interesting subjects.
It's clear that COVID-19 is dictating direction for medical research and it's hit nutrition now too. It seems they are trying to find out if diet changes towards a ketogenic diet can make a difference in the recovery of COVID patients. Seems that nutrition and fitness science revolves around weight loss and lifestyle disease prevention from all angles, including brain science, genetic variations and diet.
This week we have a range of issues the published papers discuss: nutrition vs lifestyle diseases, nutrition vs depression and anxiety, activity levels of particular populations during the COVID-19 crisis, the potential injury risks of lowered activity during COVID-19 lockdown on contact sport athletes and more.
Just as we hit July, there were many papers published on topics varying between physiological effects of particular nutrients of our body, how exercise promotes quality of breast milk and why arteries age.
Holiday season must have arrived to the science world as we only had a handful of papers published last week in the field of nutrition, fitness and exercise science. The ones hat were published are quite intriguing though and may help personal trainers with a specific niche.
Interesting topics came up in the past two weeks in fitness, nutrition and sports science, some around the always actual topic of obesity, the role of vitamin K in older age, risks of drinking alcohol even in small amounts and one for the geeks about the smalles motor ever developed.
A couple of intriguing topics were discussed in this week's published papers on nutrition, fitness and exercise science from the molecular effects of exercise via links between diet and cancer treatment outcomes to COVID-19 lockdown effects on the ageing population as well as on obese children.
Check out the past week's published articles on everything fitness, nutrition and sports science. Intriguing subjects on the plate including link between activity and mood, how exercise may be an answer for the ageing population living with dementia and there is one for the fitness gadget geeks too!
The first "busier" weeks since the pandemic really kicked off n the Western world and we had a fair few intriguing studies published from across the fields. If you're a personal trainer who is doing their best to stay on top of science, check the papers below!