Study demonstrates that physical exercise at various tempos is useful for improving physical fitness, developing motor skills, and thus probably preventing obesity complications.
A recent study found that “overweight adolescents restricted from sugar intake consume greater amounts of sugar when they are later given access to high-sugar foods”.
A New England Journal of Medicine study of adults 65 or older found that weight loss plus combined aerobic and resistance training provided greater improvement in physical function and reduction of frailty than either intervention alone.
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A British Medical Journal study concluded “the DASH diet may provide an attractive preventive dietary approach for men at risk of gout”.
Some authors suggest compressing our meals into an 8 hour period can help control weight and improve our overall metabolic health.