Does physical activity equally predict gain in fat mass among obese and nonobese young adults?

@article{Ekelund2007DoesPA,
  title={Does physical activity equally predict gain in fat mass among obese and nonobese young adults?},
  author={Ulf Ekelund and Stefan S{\"a}rnblad and S\oren Brage and Johannes Ryberg and Nicholas J Wareham and Jan {\AA}man},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2007},
  volume={31},
  pages={65-71}
}
Background:Differences in energy metabolism and physical activity (PA) may contribute to the long-term regulation of body weight (BW).Objective:To examine the associations between metabolic determinants, energy expenditure and objectively measured components of PA with change in BW and fat mass (FM).Design:Prospective (4 years.), case–control study in obese (n=13) and normal weight (n=15) young adults.Measurements:At baseline, we measured resting metabolic rate, substrate oxidation, movement… CONTINUE READING

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