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Last Updated: 02 August 2022

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The Impact of Pre-Exercise Carbohydrate Meal on the Effects of Yerba Mate Drink on Metabolism, Performance, and Antioxidant Status in Trained Male Cyclists.

However, the effect of a pre-exercise carbohydrate meal on YM effects during exercise is unclear. Objective We investigated the effect of yerba mate drink consumed in the fasted state or after a CHO meal on cycling endurance measurements: metabolism, stability, and blood oxidative stress markers. A CHO meal was consumed 60 minutes before exercise. Control-CHO gained FAT ox by 13% vs. YMD-F and 27 percent vs. Control-CHO. During TT, YMD-CHO increased FAT ox vs. YMD-F and 150% vs. Control-CHO increased FAT ox 160% vs. Control-CHO. During TT, power output during TT increased by 3% in YMD-CHO vs. Control-CHO, and was highly correlated with changes in serum total antioxidant capacity and oxidative stress index at post-exercise in YMD-CHO. Conclusion – The effect of YMD on FAT ox or TT results was not negated by the CHO intake.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35841429


Effects of Dietary Carbohydrate Profile on Nocturnal Metabolism, Sleep, and Wellbeing: A Review.

We discuss how sleep in humans is related to particular circadian metabolic and physiological changes, and how the organization of sleep-wake states is related to the regulation of nocturnal metabolism during fasting in this article. Diet and nocturnal changes in glucose regulation, among the modifiable factors that may lead to sleep-related benefits, are key determinants of sleep quality, according to new research.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35910892


High-Fat or High-Carbohydrate Meal-Does It Affect the Metabolism of Men with Excess Body Weight?

The aim of this research was to investigate the effect of a single high-fat diet in males with different nutritional status. Following a high-fat or high-carbohydrate meal, men with elevated body weight metabolized the key nutrients differently than men with normal body mass, and postprandial insulin secretion was also different.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35889836

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