Predictors of acute dietary compensation among sedentary women after free-living moderate intensity exercise

@inproceedings{Lyon2014PredictorsOA,
  title={Predictors of acute dietary compensation among sedentary women after free-living moderate intensity exercise},
  author={Kelsey Marie Lyon},
  year={2014}
}
WOMEN AFTER FREE-LIVING MODERATE INTENSITY EXERCISE by KELSEY MARIE LYON (Under the Direction of Michael Schmidt) ABSTRACT The purpose of these analyses was to identify individual characteristics that may predict changes in acute compensatory responses associated with exercise. Sedentary women’s total day and 3-hour dietary intake for total calories (TOT), carbohydrate (CHO), protein (PRO), and fat (FAT) was evaluated on a selected exercise and non-exercise day during an 8-week walking… CONTINUE READING

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