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Phil Heath Wins 2013 Arnold Classic Europe

Phil Heath Wins 2013 Arnold Classic Europe | Fitness best diet | Scoop.it

"After Phil Heath cruised to his third Mr. Olympia title two weeks ago in Las Vegas we made the bold statement that the “Phil Heath Era” of bodybuilding is in full swing. This past weekend, Phil proved that statement to be absolutely correct by winning the Arnold Classic Europe."

 

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Do You Know What's the Best Diet for Losing Fat?

Do You Know What's the Best Diet for Losing Fat? | Fitness best diet | Scoop.it

"A group of researchers brought together some folks who, after achieving a 10% to 15% weight loss, were then put on one of 3 different maintenance diets: an isocaloric low-fat diet (60% of energy from carbohydrate, 20% from fat, 20% from protein; high glycemic load), low-glycemic index diet (40% from carbohydrate, 40% from fat, and 20% from protein; moderate glycemic load), and a very low-carbohydrate diet (10% from carbohydrate, 60% from fat, and 30% from protein; low glycemic load) in random order, each for 4 weeks. They looked at REE or resting energy expenditure (i.e., metabolic rate) in these subjects.


Guess which diet was best at maintaining REE? In general, the very low carbohydrate diet was best, followed by the low-GI diet, and last and least, the low-fat diet. So in general, the lower carb diet wins again "


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Physical activity decreases sudden cardiac death risk in unfit men

Physical activity decreases sudden cardiac death risk in unfit men | Fitness best diet | Scoop.it

"Physical activity decreases the risk of sudden cardiac death in unfit men, reveals research presented at the ESC Congress today by Dr Jari Laukkanen and Dr Magnus Hagnas from Finland."

 

"The current study investigated the impact of high leisure-time physical activity (LTPA) combined with cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) on risk of SCD. It included 2,656 randomly selected men aged 42 to 60 years from the Kuopio Ischemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study, a Finnish study of risk predictors for cardiovascular outcomes and SCD in the general population. Baseline cycle exercise test and risk factor assessment were performed in 1984-89. SCD was defined as death with cardiac origin within 24 hours after onset of symptoms."

 

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