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Effects of a Physical Literacy Breaks (PLBreaks) Program on Physical Literacy and Body Composition in Portuguese Schoolchildren: A Study Protocol

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This study will try to explore the effect of a programme based on active breaks (PLBreaks) on physical literacy and body composition of schoolchildren.

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Integrating High-Intensity Interval Training into a School Setting Improve Body Composition, Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Physical Activity in Children with Obesity: A Randomized Controlled Trial

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School-based high-intensity interval training on cardiorespiratory fitness and visceral adipose tissue in children with obesity.

Obesity 52
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Does L-Glutamine Support Healthy Weight Management?

Designs for Health

Glutamine has the potential to support healthy weight management by promoting normal insulin metabolism, healthy body composition, and promoting a healthy GI microbial environment and gut barrier integrity. Moreover, the ratio of Firmicutes to Bacteroidetes , a good biomarker for obesity, decreased in the glutamine group from 0.85

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Fuel Your Intensity: Nutrition tips for High Intensity Interval Training

The Sporting

Some of these benefits are improved heart health, improvement in blood pressure, increased strength, and overall body composition improvement. A good and effective HIIT nutrition program can lead to several excellent health benefits for individuals. Moreover, they can also increase energy in your life overall.

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Essential Minerals to Promote Healthy Weight

Designs for Health

A meta-analysis of 21 randomized controlled trials (RCTs) involving overweight or obese individuals (n = 1,316) demonstrated that those receiving chromium supplementation had significant reductions in weight loss-related indices such as body mass index (BMI), body fat percentage, and overall body composition.

Obesity 52
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Understanding Calorie Needs

PLT4M

Signs you’re not eating enough energy: Low energy / fatigue Difficulty concentrating Bloating and/or constipation Tired Stalled training Missed menstrual cycles Constantly thinking about food Irritability Hair loss / brittle nails Constantly getting sick Weight and body composition are not great indicators of whether you’re over or under fueling.

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How to Become More Athletic in 7 Simple Steps

The Sporting

It's also great for building a reliable metabolism and body composition. It allows you to optimise your muscle mass, body fat percentage and metabolic rate - all important for improving athletic performance. Keep Track of Your Performance Technology has made it extremely easy to measure your performance.