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DownUnderLifter

In this study I was interested to note that the benefits seen in the mice occurred even though they continued to eat a high fat and high sugar diet and didn't increase physical activity at all.

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Waynes

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DownUnderLifter wrote:
In this study I was interested to note that the benefits seen in the mice occurred even though they continued to eat a high fat and high sugar diet and didn't increase physical activity at all.

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Nice.

See now why I talk of the big muscle fibers.

Wayne

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southbeach

Of course more muscle ups your metabolism and burns more calories, what's the great insight here with this study??
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karma50

DownUnder,

Thanks for the link.

Good article/study.This is important.
"These findings indicate that type II muscle has a previously unappreciated role in regulating whole-body metabolism through its ability to alter the metabolic properties of remote tissues,

This is pretty important physical evidence. There is already evidence of cardiovascular benefits from strength training. Now this metabolic study.
Griff
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