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Study: Exercise Could Be The Key To Mitigating The Christmas Weight Damage

The results: overfeeding and under-activity induced a reduction in insulin sensitivity in healthy individuals, with significantly altered expression patterns of several key genes and proteins within adipose tissue that are involved in nutritional homeostasis, metabolism and insulin action, they wrote. Phrased more bluntly, lying around and eating too much messes up your body. No surprise there. Butand this is keythe inclusion of a daily vigorous-intensity exercise bout attenuated or even prevented these changes independent of any net effect on energy imbalance. In other words, even if Frank and Tom gain the same amount of weight, Franks body may be handling things much better if hes exercising and Toms not. (The folks in the exercise group did gain less weight, but Walhin said this result wasnt statistically significant and isnt noteworthy because it can be explained by other factors.) This http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20131210075850AAEwImp study suggests that regular exercise has positive health benefits, even in the face of overfeeding. This study suggests that regular exercise has positive health benefits, even in the face of overfeeding, wrote Todd Hagobian, a kinesiology researcher at California Polytechnic State University who was not involved in the study. The study does have a few limitations, however.
Full story: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/12/27/study-exercise-could-be-the-key-to-mitigating-the-christmas-weight-damage.html

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