Chloé Schwartz

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This study aimed at comparing BIA and DXA results in assessing body composition in young adults depending on their physical activity level. Eighty healthy 19-30 years old subjects were enrolled and their body composition (Fat Mass and Fat-Free Mass) was assessed by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) and by a newly developed Bioelectrical Impedance(More)
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES Although the impact of passive video games (PVGs) on energy intake has been previously explored in lean adolescents, data are missing on the nutritional adaptations to passive and active video games (AVGs) in obese adolescents. It is also unknown whether isoenergetic AVGs and exercise (EX) differently affect food consumption in youth.(More)
BACKGROUND The effects of regular physical activity on energy intake in obese adolescents are unknown. OBJECTIVE The objective is to determine how physical activity interventions affect energy and macronutrient intake in overweight/obese youth. DATA SOURCES Databases were searched from December 2014 to December 2015 for studies that measured energy(More)
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