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24 Apr 19
Chemical 2 Energy Newz

Fertilizers are part of enhanced efficiency fertilizers. These are granulated fertilizers that release nutrients gradually into the soil. Controlled release fertilizers are usually coated or encapsulated with inorganic or organic materials that regulate the rate, pattern, and duration of plant nutrient release. Common polymer materials used for coating are polysulfone (PSF), cellulose acetate (CA), and […]

23 Apr 19
Market Tamer

Image source: The Motley Fool. Centene Corp (NYSE: CNC)Q1 2019 Earnings Conference CallApril 23, 2019, 8:30 a.m. ET Contents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: Operator Good day, and welcome to the Centene Corporation First Quarter Earnings conference call. All participants will be in listen-only mode (Operator Instructions). After today’s presentation, there […]

23 Apr 19
Financhill

Image source: The Motley Fool. Centene Corp (NYSE: CNC)Q1 2019 Earnings Conference CallApril 23, 2019, 8:30 a.m. ET Contents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: Operator Good day, and welcome to the Centene Corporation First Quarter Earnings conference call. All participants will be in listen-only mode (Operator Instructions). After today’s presentation, there […]

22 Apr 19
Sound Books

Is there an optimal time of day to exercise? Research at the Weizmann Institute of Sciences declares evening to be the best time for an exercise session. Not so fast, says a new study at UC Irvine, which replies that late morning is the optimal workout time. Both studies involved mice on treadmills and measured […]

22 Apr 19
Archy news nety

Research at the Weizmann Institute of Sciences states that the evening is the best time for a training session. Not so fast, says a new study at UC Irvine, which answers that late morning is the optimal training time. Both studies involved mice on treadmills and measured different markers to produce their results. We know […]

20 Apr 19
Scope of Biotechnology

Exercising in the morning rather than in the evening may be more beneficial to health, according to a study led by researchers at the University of California. The authors say their study supports previous research suggesting that the circadian rhythm is important in dictating how the body responds to physical activity. “Circadian rhythms dominate everything […]

19 Apr 19
Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD

Gaia Health Site Quite a few people make quite a lot of money by insisting on complicating the subject of cancer. Medical scientists continue to explore the far reaches of cell physiology in their still deeply frustrated attempt to understand cancer. As they explore further, the picture only becomes more complicated as a recent article […]

19 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

DOES the thought of getting up to work? If so, you're in luck – because exercising in the evening may actually be better for burning body fat than morning workouts. Getty – Contributor Working out after work may be more effective than morning exercise A review of two studies looking at body clocks and physical […]

19 Apr 19
TODAY NEWS

DOES the thought of getting up before work to exercise fill…

19 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
DOES the thought of getting up before work to exercise fill you with horror? If so, you’re in luck – because exercising in the evening may actually be better for weight loss than morning workouts. Working out after work may be more effective than morning exercise A review of two studies looking into body clocks and physical activity has concluded that exercising in the evening may be more productive. “It’s quite well known that almost every aspect of our physiology and metabolism is dictated by the circadian clock,” said senior author of one of the studies, Gad Asher of the Department of Biomolecular Sciences at the Weizmann Institute of Science. “This is true not only in humans but in every organism that is sensitive to light. We decided to ask whether there is a connection between the time of day and exercise performance.” The studies looked at the association between time of day and exercise performance primarily in mice. We produce a performance-enhancing chemical in the evening Because mice are nocturnal, scientists first had to translate mouse hours into human ones. One study saw the little rodents being put on treadmills at different times of day within their active hours. Scientists then examined the exercise capacity of mice on different exercise intensities and regimes and found that overall exercise performance was significantly better in the “mouse evening” compared to morning hours. You may run faster and lift heavier later on in the day They also found that in the “mouse evening”, the critters had higher levels of a metabolite called ZMP, which is responsible for metabolic regulation. It’s actually a compound that some athletes use for doping, and scientists concluded that the increased production of ZMP may explain why they performed better later on in the day. Scientists also looked at 12 humans and found similar results. Exercise is more effective in the evening People tended to exercise more effectively in the evening compared to the morning thanks to the fact that they had lower oxygen consumption. The second study also involved mice being on treadmills but this time, scientists also recorded the changes that happened to their muscle tissue in response to exercise. They found that a protein known as HIF-1a played an important role and was activated by exercise in different ways depending on the time of day. But our metabolisms may be faster in late morning Interestingly, that let them to conclude that exercise seems to have a more beneficial impact on metabolism in the late morning rather than in the evening. But neither study found that working out first thing was the optimum choice. Performance may be better in the evening but for tapping into your metabolism, late morning may be better It’s important to stress that this is just the start of working out when the best time of day to exercise is, and that these studies were actually conducted in a lab – meaning that external lifestyle factors weren’t present. Exercise is great for you – whatever time you do it If you enjoy working out before work, carry on. But if you really struggle in the mornings, don’t force yourself to go against your body clock – evenings are just as good and perhaps even better. “There is lots of contradicting research into the benefits of training in the morning vs. the evening and think it is really important to look at this very individually and not get too stressed about the detail,” Melissa Weldon, PT at Sweat It, told The Sun. “There have been studies to suggest that training in the morning is more beneficial for fat-loss, but I really do think it depends on personal preference, in regards to when an individual is able to both commit to consistently and work the hardest. “In contradiction to the claims, someone working in a fasted state, could struggle with their energy levels and get less from their workout than if they trained, for example, after breakfast or at lunchtime.” [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ON FITNESS & EXERCISE” term_id=”12696″ posts_number=”12″ /] Melissa told us that unless you’re an elite athlete, timing probably doesn’t matter too much. “The most important thing is to find a time that works for you, that you can commit to regularly and that you are mentally prepared for. “I personally find I perform at my best between 9 and 3pm, when I feel optimally fuelled and mentally prepared to go to the level I need for my goals.” [bc_video video_id=”5984178939001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Exercise lecturer explains how to loose weight doing strength exercises using everyday objects”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours
19 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
DOES the thought of getting up before work to exercise fill you with horror? If so, you’re in luck – because exercising in the evening may actually be better for weight loss than morning workouts. Working out after work may be more effective than morning exercise A review of two studies looking into body clocks and physical activity has concluded that exercising in the evening may be more productive. “It’s quite well known that almost every aspect of our physiology and metabolism is dictated by the circadian clock,” said senior author of one of the studies, Gad Asher of the Department of Biomolecular Sciences at the Weizmann Institute of Science. “This is true not only in humans but in every organism that is sensitive to light. We decided to ask whether there is a connection between the time of day and exercise performance.” The studies looked at the association between time of day and exercise performance primarily in mice. We produce a performance-enhancing chemical in the evening Because mice are nocturnal, scientists first had to translate mouse hours into human ones. One study saw the little rodents being put on treadmills at different times of day within their active hours. Scientists then examined the exercise capacity of mice on different exercise intensities and regimes and found that overall exercise performance was significantly better in the “mouse evening” compared to morning hours. You may run faster and lift heavier later on in the day They also found that in the “mouse evening”, the critters had higher levels of a metabolite called ZMP, which is responsible for metabolic regulation. It’s actually a compound that some athletes use for doping, and scientists concluded that the increased production of ZMP may explain why they performed better later on in the day. Scientists also looked at 12 humans and found similar results. Exercise is more effective in the evening People tended to exercise more effectively in the evening compared to the morning thanks to the fact that they had lower oxygen consumption. The second study also involved mice being on treadmills but this time, scientists also recorded the changes that happened to their muscle tissue in response to exercise. They found that a protein known as HIF-1a played an important role and was activated by exercise in different ways depending on the time of day. But our metabolisms may be faster in late morning Interestingly, that let them to conclude that exercise seems to have a more beneficial impact on metabolism in the late morning rather than in the evening. But neither study found that working out first thing was the optimum choice. Performance may be better in the evening but for tapping into your metabolism, late morning may be better It’s important to stress that this is just the start of working out when the best time of day to exercise is, and that these studies were actually conducted in a lab – meaning that external lifestyle factors weren’t present. Exercise is great for you – whatever time you do it If you enjoy working out before work, carry on. But if you really struggle in the mornings, don’t force yourself to go against your body clock – evenings are just as good and perhaps even better. “There is lots of contradicting research into the benefits of training in the morning vs. the evening and think it is really important to look at this very individually and not get too stressed about the detail,” Melissa Weldon, PT at Sweat It, told The Sun. “There have been studies to suggest that training in the morning is more beneficial for fat-loss, but I really do think it depends on personal preference, in regards to when an individual is able to both commit to consistently and work the hardest. “In contradiction to the claims, someone working in a fasted state, could struggle with their energy levels and get less from their workout than if they trained, for example, after breakfast or at lunchtime.” [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ON FITNESS & EXERCISE” term_id=”12696″ posts_number=”12″ /] Melissa told us that unless you’re an elite athlete, timing probably doesn’t matter too much. “The most important thing is to find a time that works for you, that you can commit to regularly and that you are mentally prepared for. “I personally find I perform at my best between 9 and 3pm, when I feel optimally fuelled and mentally prepared to go to the level I need for my goals.” [bc_video video_id=”5984178939001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Exercise lecturer explains how to loose weight doing strength exercises using everyday objects”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours