Endocrine markers of semistarvation in healthy lean men in a multistressor environment.

@article{Friedl2000EndocrineMO,
  title={Endocrine markers of semistarvation in healthy lean men in a multistressor environment.},
  author={Karl E. Friedl and Robert J. Moore and Reed W. Hoyt and Louis J. Marchitelli and L E Martinez-Lopez and Eldon W. Askew},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={88 5},
  pages={1820-30}
}
We tested the hypothesis that key endocrine responses to semistarvation would be attenuated by changing only the food intake in a multistressor environment that also included sustained workload, inadequate sleep, and thermal strain. Serum hormones were compared within and between two groups of healthy young male volunteers participating in the 8-wk US Army Ranger course, with four repeated cycles of restricted energy intakes and refeeding: group 1 (n = 49) and group 2 (n = 48); energy deficits… CONTINUE READING
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