A Low Calorie Diet with or without Interval Exercise Training Improves Adiposopathy in Obese Women.

@article{Gilbertson2019ALC,
  title={A Low Calorie Diet with or without Interval Exercise Training Improves Adiposopathy in Obese Women.},
  author={Nicole M. Gilbertson and Natalie Z M Eichner and Emily M. Heiston and Julian M Gaitan and Monique Emily Francois and James Hunter Mehaffey and Taryn E Hassinger and Peter T. Hallowell and Arthur L. Weltman and Steven K Malin},
  journal={Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism = Physiologie appliquee, nutrition et metabolisme},
  year={2019}
}
OBJECTIVE To test if a low calorie diet plus interval exercise (LCD+INT) improves adiposopathy, an endocrine dysfunction, when compared to an energy deficit matched LCD in obese women. METHODS Subjects (age: 48.2±2.4 y, BMI: 37.8±1.3 kg/m2) were randomized to a 13 day LCD (n=12; mixed meals of ~1200kcal/d) or LCD+INT (n=12; 12 sessions of 60min/d alternating 3 min at 50% and 90% HRpeak). Exercise was estimated to expend 350 kcal per VO2-HR regression analysis and individuals were refed… CONTINUE READING
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