Effects of isolated soy protein and strength exercise training on exercise performance and biochemical profile in postpartum mice.

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Summary of "Effects of isolated soy protein and strength exercise training on exercise performance and biochemical profile in postpartum mice."

Postpartum women are at an increased risk for obesity and metabolic diseases because of excessive weight gain during pregnancy and weight retention after delivery. Maintenance of good nutrition and regular physical activity is used as a therapeutic approach for promotion of health and well-being in postpartum women. The aim of this study is to assess the independent and additive effects of isolated soy protein (ISP) and strength exercise training (ET) on weight management, exercise performance and health maintenance in postpartum mice.


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Name: Metabolism: clinical and experimental
ISSN: 1532-8600


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