Sunday, May 29, 2016

CONSISTENT EXERCISERS: WOMEN BENEFIT MORE THAN MEN FOR WEIGHT LOSS

CONSISTENT EXERCISERS: WOMEN BENEFIT MORE THAN MEN FOR WEIGHT LOSS

A recent study at Northwestern University suggests that while men and women benefit from the consistent implementation for many years that women benefit more.



 The study, part of a large research study called coronary artery disease risk in young adults (CARDIA) study, including more than 3,000 people, about half men and half women. The study found that over time, women who constantly met five hours per week of physical activity recommendations for 20 years weighed significantly less than those who did not.

 While people who are consistently carried out also weighed less, the difference is not so great, mainly because studies have shown that men compensated for increased energy expenditure exercise, eat more. Dr. Arlene Hankinson, lead author, said the group was very surprised to find such a strong gender differences in response to regular physical activity.

 While the researchers were very confident going into the study, those who carried out more frequently and more consistently would weigh less, over time, the benefits that women found make a strong argument encouraging young teenager on middle-aged women are aware of the huge benefits of normal physical activity their long term weight loss and general health.

 According to Dr. Hankinson, â € œwomen should now be particularly motivatedâ € to exercise regularly. While people did receive some benefit, it might be more effective to focus on eating the right food types with men more than women, because of the results of the study that men tended to compensate for the increase in exercise with just eating more . For individuals in the study that did not participate in the recommended five hours per week of moderate to vigorous activity of 20-year period of time, the results are less encouraging.

 Research has shown that weight gain and lower metabolism is normal for those who exercise less than five days a week. However, other studies in the laboratory in the United States and Europe have shown low activity levels and slow metabolism can be corrected as a new 12-week exercise. According to Dr. Hankison, research confirms that everyone should do regular physical activity at the level of five hours per week to maintain a healthy weight.
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