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Published since 1983, this monthly journal reports new research on the application of physiology, nutrition, and metabolism to the study of human health and fitness.

Publisher: Canadian Science Publishing

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Volume 39, Number 11, 01 2014

Review

Nutritional and health benefits of pulses
pp. 1197-1204(8)
Authors: Mudryj, Adriana N.; Yu, Nancy; Aukema, Harold M.

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Role of O-GlcNAcylation in nutritional sensing, insulin resistance and in mediating the benefits of exercise
pp. 1205-1213(9)
Authors: Myslicki, Jason P.; Belke, Darrell D.; Shearer, Jane

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Maintaining hydration with a carbohydrate–electrolyte solution improves performance, thermoregulation, and fatigue during an ice hockey scrimmage
pp. 1214-1221(8)
Authors: Linseman, Mark E.; Palmer, Matthew S.; Sprenger, Heather M.; Spriet, Lawrence L.

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Exercise per se masks oral contraceptive-induced postprandial lipid mobilization
pp. 1222-1229(8)
Authors: Isacco, Laurie; Thivel, David; Meddahi-Pelle, Anne; Lemoine-Morel, Sophie; Duclos, Martine; Boisseau, Nathalie

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Impact of 5-h phase advance on sleep architecture and physical performance in athletes
pp. 1230-1236(7)
Authors: Petit, Elisabeth; Mougin, Fabienne; Bourdin, Hubert; Tio, Grégory; Haffen, Emmanuel

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Effect of a low-starch/low-dairy diet on fat oxidation in overweight and obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome
pp. 1237-1244(8)
Authors: Pohlmeier, Ali M.; Phy, Jennifer L.; Watkins, Phillip; Boylan, Mallory; Spallholz, Julian; Harris, Kitty S.; Cooper, Jamie A.

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Comparison of bilateral and unilateral contractions between swimmers and nonathletes during leg press and hand grip exercises
pp. 1245-1249(5)
Authors: MacDonald, Monica; Losier, Danielle; Chester, Victoria L.; Kuruganti, Usha

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Changes in markers of brain serotonin activity in response to chronic exercise in senior men
pp. 1250-1256(7)
Authors: Melancon, Michel O.; Lorrain, Dominique; Dionne, Isabelle J.

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Effect of milk consumption on rehydration in youth following exercise in the heat
pp. 1257-1264(8)
Authors: Volterman, Kimberly A.; Obeid, Joyce; Wilk, Boguslaw; Timmons, Brian W.

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The effects of pre-exhaustion, exercise order, and rest intervals in a full-body resistance training intervention
pp. 1265-1270(6)
Authors: Fisher, James Peter; Carlson, Luke; Steele, James; Smith, Dave

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Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology position stand: Benefit and risk for promoting childhood physical activity
pp. 1271-1279(9)
Authors: Longmuir, Patricia E.; Colley, Rachel C.; Wherley, Valerie A.; Tremblay, Mark S.

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Different effect of l-NAME treatment on susceptibility to decompression sickness in male and female rats
pp. 1280-1285(6)
Authors: Mazur, Aleksandra; Buzzacott, Peter; Lambrechts, Kate; Wang, Qiong; Belhomme, Marc; Theron, Michael; Popov, Georgi; Distefano, Giovanni; Guerrero, Francois

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Effects of subtracting sitting versus adding exercise on glycemic control and variability in sedentary office workers
pp. 1286-1293(8)
Authors: Blankenship, Jennifer M.; Granados, Kirsten; Braun, Barry

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1H-NMR analysis of the human urinary metabolome in response to an 18-month multi-component exercise program and calcium–vitamin-D3 supplementation in older men
pp. 1294-1304(11)
Authors: Sheedy, John R.; Gooley, Paul R.; Nahid, Amsha; Tull, Dedreia L.; McConville, Malcolm J.; Kukuljan, Sonja; Nowson, Caryl A.; Daly, Robin M.; Ebeling, Peter R.

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Resveratrol supplementation does not augment performance adaptations or fibre-type–specific responses to high-intensity interval training in humans
pp. 1305-1313(9)
Authors: Scribbans, Trisha D.; Ma, Jasmin K.; Edgett, Brittany A.; Vorobej, Kira A.; Mitchell, Andrew S.; Zelt, Jason G.E.; Simpson, Craig A.; Quadrilatero, Joe; Gurd, Brendon J.

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Evidence that meal fat content does not impact hemodynamic reactivity to or recovery from repeated mental stress tasks
pp. 1314-1321(8)
Authors: Poitras, Veronica J.; Slattery, David J.; Gurd, Brendon J.; Pyke, Kyra E.

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