EFFECTS OF TWO DIETARY APPROACHES COMBINED WITH EXERCISE ON LIPID LEVELS
- Nonoptimal Lipids Commonly Present in Young Adults and Coronary Calcium Later in Life: The CARDIA (Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults) Study. Pletcher, Mark J.; Bibbins-Domingo, Kirsten; Kiang Liu; Sidney, Steve; Feng Lin; Vittinghoff, Eric; Hulley, Stephen B. // Annals of Internal Medicine;8/3/2010, Vol. 153 Issue 3, p137
Background: Dyslipidemia causes coronary heart disease in middleaged and elderly adults, but the consequences of lipid exposure during young adulthood are unclear. Objective: To assess whether nonoptimal lipid levels during young adulthood cause atherosclerotic changes that persist into middle...
- But more exercise may mean better HDLs. // Health News & Review;Spring95, p23
Reports that increased exercise leads to increased levels of high density lipoproteins (HDL) or good cholesterols.
- HDL cholesterol and exercise. Gibbons, Larry W.; Mitchell, Tedd L. // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Mar97, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p68e
Discusses the importance of exercise in improving high-density lipoprotein (HDL)-cholesterol levels in people of both sexes, all ages and in various patient populations. Importance of volume of exercise over intensity in raising HDL levels; Factors that reduce HDL levels; Frequency of exercise;...
- Exercise improves lipids in heart patients. Rubin, Aaron; Rich, Brent S.E. // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Apr97, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p24m
Presents an abstract of the study titled `Effects of nonpharmacologic therapy with cardiac rehabilitation and exercise training in patients with low levels of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol,' by C.J. Lavie and R.V. Milani, published in a 1997 issue of `American Journal of Cardiology.'
- The 3 Essential "Ns" In CoNditioNiNg. Macedonio, Michele // Performance Conditioning Volleyball;2010, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p10
The article discusses the importance of nutrition in the conditioning of athletes. According to the author, performance, pre-exercise and post-exercise nutrition are necessary to ensure continuous supply of energy and nutrients. The diet recommended is the right balance of energy-producing food...
- Carbs vs. Protein vs. Mono Fats. // Nutrition Action Health Letter;Jan/Feb2006, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p7
The article discusses research being done on diet. It references a study published in the 2005 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. It compares the effectiveness of higher-protein diet and higher-carbohydrate diet. It suggests a number of alternatives to bad fats.
- Quick and easy high-energy meals. Bishop, Jack // Natural Health;Jul2001, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p92
Presents recipes for quick and easy high-energy meals. Curried Tempeh and Garlicky Greens Sandwich; Chard Leaf Bundles Stuffed With Lemony Brown Rice; Warm Aduki Bean Salad With Asparagus and Baked Tofu; Power Wraps With Seared Tempeh and Quinoa; Spinach and Arugula Salad With Indian-Spiced...
- Behind Bars. Turner, Lisa // Better Nutrition;Sep99, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p64
Informs on the health effects of energy snack bars. Sales of energy bars in 1998 in the United States; Release of energy from fat, carbohydrates and protein calories; Anti-oxidant content of snack bars; Addition of fibers and electrolytes; Recipes for snack bars.
- Which Energy Bar? Burrell, Susie // Bicycling Australia;Nov/Dec2007, Issue 148, p68
The article presents a comparison of energy bars for cyclists in Australia which include the high-carbohydrate bar Powerbar, high-protein bar Aussie Bodies HPLC Bar and combined carbohydrate and protein bar Aussie Bodies Protein FX.