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Postexercise energy expenditure in response to acute aerobic or resistive exercise.
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It is suggested that strenuous resistive exercise results in a greater excess postexercise oxygen consumption compared to steady-state endurance exercise of similar estimated energy cost.
Effect of increased vegetable and fruit consumption on markers of oxidative cellular damage.
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Results of this study indicate that consumption of a diet that significantly increased vegetable and fruit intake from a diverse number of botanical families resulted in significant reductions in markers of oxidative cellular damage to DNA and lipids.
Interaction of acute changes in exercise energy expenditure and energy intake on resting metabolic rate.
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The data indicate that RMR is influenced by exercise, energy intake, and their interaction and suggest that higher RMR in trained vs untrained individuals results from acute effects of HF rather than from a chronic adaptation to exercise training.
In vivo investigation of changes in biomarkers of oxidative stress induced by plant food rich diets.
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It is found that increasing exogenous antioxidant exposure may primarily benefit individuals with elevated levels of oxidative stress, and Null findings do not necessarily indicate that an antioxidant compound lacks in vivo activity.
Energy availability and mammary carcinogenesis: effects of calorie restriction and exercise.
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The results do not support the hypothesis that reductions of body weight gain, carcass fat or carcass energy are sufficient conditions to inhibit mammary carcinogenesis, but suggest that changes in urinary cortical steroid excretion may predict whether an energy-related intervention is likely to alter mammary cancerogenesis.
Plasma xanthophyll carotenoids correlate inversely with indices of oxidative DNA damage and lipid peroxidation.
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Post hoc analysis of data obtained from a study designed to modulate oxidative damage by dietary intervention revealed consistently strong inverse correlations between plasma xanthophyll carotenoids and oxidative damage indices, leading to hypothesize that lutein and beta-cryptoxanthin serve as markers for the antioxidant milieu provided by plants from which they are derived.
Energy availability and mammary carcinogenesis: effects of calorie restriction and exercise
TLDR
The results do not support the hypothesis that reductions of body weight gain, carcass fat or carcass energy are sufficient conditions to inhibit mammary carcinogenesis, but suggest that changes in urinary cortical steroid excretion may predict whether an energy-related intervention is likely to alter mammary cancerogenesis.