Exercising is good for health and there is yet another reason for it. Exercise is known to release certain endogenous hormones called “feel good” hormones or endorphins. Yet another hormone may be released from the body when a person exercises – this is called irisin. Irisin is found to be protective against Alzheimer’s disease finds […]Continue Reading ...
Athletes know a vigorous workout can release a flood of endorphins: “feel-good” hormones that boost mood. Now there’s evidence that exercise produces another hormone that may improve memory and protect against Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study co-led by Ottavio Arancio, MD, PhD, a researcher at Columbia University’s Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and […]Continue Reading ...
Credit: CC0 Public Domain Exercise has been touted to build bone mass, but exactly how it actually accomplishes this is a matter of debate. Now, researchers show that an exercise-induced hormone activates cells that are critical for bone remodeling in mice. A study appearing in the journal Cell on December 13 identifies a receptor for […]Continue Reading ...
March three, 2017 Two weeks of voluntary wheel operating induces upper expression of irisin–a fat-burning hormone this is launched throughout exercise–in bone tissue in mice. As well as, systemic management of irisin greater bone formation and thickness, mimicking the results of activity at the mouse skeletal machine. The findings show a possible new mechanism for […]Continue Reading ...
According to a large worldwide study, the hormone that is produced in the body during exercise called irisin, can prevent and delay the onset of mental faculty decline and Alzheimer’s disease. The results of the study were published in the latest issue of the journal Nature Medicine. Irisin, a cleaved version of FNDC5. Promotes conversion […]Continue Reading ...
Dec 14 2018 Exercise has been touted to build bone mass, but exactly how it actually accomplishes this is a matter of debate. Now, researchers show that an exercise-induced hormone activates cells that are critical for bone remodeling in mice. A study appearing in the journal Cell on December 13 identifies a receptor for irisin, […]Continue Reading ...
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