Research study finds that exercise improves insulin & leptin sensitivity and satiety

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    • Research study finds that exercise improves insulin & leptin sensitivity and satiety

      plosbiology.org/article/info%3…71%2Fjournal.pbio.1000465

      I haven't slogged my way through all of this yet to see what I could decipher.

      Thought I'd post it in case someone here is good at decoding these things.
      WOE: Dr. Richard Bernstein's VLC and no sweet fruits, and the 12 Steps of Archevore, per Dr. Kurt Harris' site.

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    • Re: Research study finds that exercise improves insulin & leptin sensitivity and sati

      some of it is saying that exercise helps stop you overeating - more likely to eat at the levels than non-overweight people do
      not so sure about that
      i am starving the evening and next day after i exercise heavily

      it also says....
      The long-term reversal effects on body composition, mediated by exercise alone, are controversial. It should be acknowledged that it is often difficult to find long-term reversal effects on body fat in both experimental animals and humans by exercise alone without restrained diet .

      so exercise alone aint going to do it - but i think we know this
    • Re: Research study finds that exercise improves insulin & leptin sensitivity and sati

      Jojo, thanks for your post. I got the general gist of the report in skimming it. It's the methodology I didn't read through.

      This report, as well as others I've read, have found that exercise increases insulin and leptin sensitivity, which has been a strong impetus for me to keep taking my walks, do my gardening, jump on my little rebounder, do my Callanetics and yoga....

      The kind of research report decoding I am fascinated by is the kind that Peter Dobromylsky does. Here is his latest:

      high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/2010/09/axen-and-axen-2.html

      Analyzing the control groups, the criteria, the methods, the conclusions, considering who funded it, the agenda of those funding the study, etc.

      I can attest to Callanetics decreasing appetite. That is one of the claims made its advertising, and I have found it to be true.

      I have read quite a few places that strenuous exercise actually increases appetite.
      WOE: Dr. Richard Bernstein's VLC and no sweet fruits, and the 12 Steps of Archevore, per Dr. Kurt Harris' site.

      Keep A Clean Food Plan through June 30th Challenge

      Over 55.
      Eleven years of maintenance.

      The post was edited 1 time, last by Silver: corrected spacing ().