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Study. In a 12-month trial, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh compared the effects of different durations and
intensities of exercise on weight loss and cardiorespiratory fitness in sedentary, overweight women.
Have you ever noticed that the media are constantly reporting findings from yet another nutrition research study? Knowing which types of studies are the most reliable is helpful, according to Rachel Johnson, PhD, MPH, RD, who presented on this topic at an American Dietetic Association (ADA) meeting. IDEA author Cathy Leman, RD/LD, draws on the ADA session to explain the different types of research, from the most to least reliable.
researchDo you have new clients who believe that exercise must be extremely vigorous to raise their heart rate? New research by Kyle McInnis, ScD, professor of exercise science at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, found that this just isn’t so.