There were a range of different topics discussed in the papers scientists published in the fields of fitness, nutrition and exercise science.
In the past week wide range of scientific finds have been published and some might be very helpful to personal training clients. Like the advice from long-term weigh-loss maintainers, what undernourishment in kids can cause down the line or how exercise can help older adults to retain their memories.
It looks like science paper publishers have been busy in the past week. We found plenty of intriguing articles, so we shortlisted those that can be useful for personal training clients. From links between mealtimes and blood sugar control, running shoe design aspects to potentially harmful effects of natural supplements on athlete's health, every type of client can find something.
In the first edition of Science Weekly in 2022, we brought a handful of papers that have been published in the past two weeks. It looks like science is slowly picking up as the new year kicks off. Mothers-to-be and the ageing population will find helpful research this week.
In this pre-Christmas collection of scientific papers in the fields of fitness, nutrition and exercise science, we have a handful of topics your clients might find intriguing. IBS research is progressing. More evidence supports exercise's benefits for slowing ageing and great discoveries for people at the risk of becoming diabetic.
As we are getting closer to the holidays, the number of scientific publications is also decreasing. Here's a shortlist of research published in the past two weeks. The range of topics is pretty broad. Whether you work with senior clients, athletes, or you're just a geek, you'll find something intriguing.
We brought you just over a handful of scientific articles from the world of fitness, nutrition and sports science. The topics are pretty intriguing and also cover a wider range of topics. Maybe the most intriguing one is what scientists found about alleviating diabetes by deleting dysfunctional cells...
The scientific community hasn't left us without juicy research papers this week either. We can find some particular topics examined as well as intriguing developments in potential obesity treatments.
Just over a handful of papers listed this week, but the topics are pretty intriguing, from developments in plant-based food and micro-nutrient consumption through proof of exercise helping with anxiety to geeky engineers who can turn ordinary clothing into biosensors.
In this week's edition of Science Weekly, obesity research has the main role but there are other intriguing topics investigated by scientists too. Like how your gut is more protected after a foodborne disease, how eating alone affects heart health, or what you and your clients do with your nutrition to reduce your carbon footprint without going vegetarian or vegan.