Tag: diabetes

Recent important articles dealing with nutrition and health

I tweeted recently few posts in regards to nutrition and human health. According to one leading expert in the field, The field needs radical reform: “Some nutrition scientists and much of the public often consider epidemiologic associations of nutritional factors to represent causal effects that can inform public health policy and guidelines. However, the emerging picture of nutritional epidemiology is difficult to reconcile with good scientific principles.”

Another article discusses Food based dietary patterns and chronic disease prevention. Can specific foods provide health benefits? Will adopting a specific food pattern prevent major chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, or cancer? You can find answers from their text.

Both articles are worth reading to guide eating decisions.

High-intensity interval training and glucose uptake and blood flow in skeletal and cardiac muscle

High-intensity interval training is powerful and time-efficient training method to improve fitness and health. According to recent results high-intensity interval training is as effective as continous moderate intensity aerobic training to improve insulin-stimulated glucose uptake in skeletal muscles in middle-aged men, while neither of these training modes improved free-fatty acid uptake studied at resting baseline.

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Exercise is medicine, particularly anti-aging medicine!

Based on scientific research performed over the last few decades it has become evident that exercise is pretty effective medicine in many clinical conditions. This fact is being promoted for instance by the leading Association in the field, American College of Sport Medicine.

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