Effects of 21 days of bed rest, with or without artificial gravity, on nutritional status of humans.

  title={Effects of 21 days of bed rest, with or without artificial gravity, on nutritional status of humans.},
  author={Sara R. Zwart and Gregory E. Crawford and Patricia L. Gillman and Geeta Kala and Anthony Rodgers and Andrew Rogers and Astrid M Inniss and Barbara L Rice and Karen Ericson and Sarah Coburn and Y Bourbeau and Eric Hudson and George Ani Mathew and D E Dekerlegand and Clarence F. Sams and Martina A Heer and William H. Paloski and Scott M. Smith},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  volume={107 1},
Spaceflight and bed rest models of microgravity have profound effects on physiological systems, including the cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, and immune systems. These effects can be exacerbated by suboptimal nutrient status, and therefore it is critical to monitor nutritional status when evaluating countermeasures to mitigate negative effects of spaceflight. As part of a larger study to investigate the usefulness of artificial gravity as a countermeasure for musculoskeletal and cardiovascular… CONTINUE READING


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