The European Heart Journal has published a study, which was funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF). This is the first research to evaluate the connection between various movement patterns over the course of 24 hours and heart health. Additionally, it is the initial evidence to be revealed by the international group, ProPASS (Prospective Physical Activity, Sitting and Sleep).
A five-year study directed by scientists from the University of Bath in the UK discovered that the dangers of extreme harm from most physical activities and exercises are incredibly small. The British Medical Association funded a study that found that, even though some endurance activities, like road cycling, are deemed dangerous, they are still generally safe. This implies that the advantages of taking part in physical activities outweigh the potential risks.
A recent study on mice has demonstrated that resistance-based strength training can defend against the harm caused by a high-protein diet. eLife’s Reviewed Preprint, which was issued today, disclosed an interesting discovery concerning the relationship between a high-protein diet, resistance exercise, fat accumulations, and glucose homeostasis, and the evidence to back it up is strong.