Why it’s a very good idea to exercise on an empty stomach

11-04-2017

A study has recently revealed that exercise has better results when done on an empty stomach. Many of us have had this little riddle to solve--should I eat that banana or smoothie before or after my gym session? If you have been wondering whether it is better to eat or fast before a workout, researchers now have an answer. A new study has found that exercise on empty stomach is better for your health in the long term. The study analysed effects of eating versus fasting on gene expression in adipose (fat) tissue in response to exercise. After eating, adipose tissue "is busy responding to the meal and a bout of exercise at this time will not stimulate the same (beneficial)

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Less protein-intake during pregnancy will help your kid have stronger bones
January 31, 2017

Suffering from the woes of having frail bones? Unfortunately there are chances that your kid may inherit the 'brittle bone disease' from you, but thanks to science, you can protect your child by consuming less protein while you are pregnant. Researchers at the University of Missouri School of Medicine have shown that limiting a specific maternal

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More steps to tackle swine flu
January 30, 2017

NIMS chief to be nodal officer Chief Secretary S.P. Singh has directed the Health and Medical department officials to designate the NIMS Superintendent as the nodal officer, and Gandhi Hospital as the nodal hospital for treatment of swine flu patients in the State. In view of the increasing swine flu cases and related deaths, Mr.Singh

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Now, a hormone in brain that can trigger fat burning: Study
January 30, 2017

Just in case you wanted to know what exactly could trigger burning that extra flab in your gut. When they said it’s all in the head, they weren’t entirely wrong. (Source: Thinkstock Images) Scientists, have identified a brain hormone that can trigger fat burning in the gut. Researchers from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in the

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Signs and Symptoms of Leprosy
January 30, 2017

Leprosy, also known as Hansen’s disease (HD), is a disease caused by an obligate intracellular bacillus called Mycobacterium leprae. It has characteristic clinical features, which include: Depigmented skin lesions, single or multiple, with anesthesia: the skin lesions may be reddish in light-skinned people, and appear scaly, dry, and

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Beware: Regular Exercises Could Worsen Type 1 Diabetes
January 30, 2017

Highlights Type 1 diabetes is also known as Juvenile Diabetes Exercise tends to cause fluctuations in blood sugar Type 1 diabetics should monitor blood glucose level after exercise Diabetes is one the major diseases today, affecting the population worldwide. While Type 2 is the most kind which is a consequence of the

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Fat Shaming Can Be Major Cause of Health Disorders
January 28, 2017

Highlights Fat shaming can take a toll on mental and physical well being Experts examined 159 adults based on surveys and medical tests The study was published inthe journal of The Obesity Society A lot of people are subjected to fat shaming - at work, in school and almost every day. It is a form of prejudice where people are

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