They found that dietary composition affects energy expenditure and a person's ability to maintain weight loss.
What does EE stand for?
EE stands for Energy Expenditure
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We have 48 other meanings of EE in our Acronym Attic
- Emergency Establishment (US DoD)
- Emergency Exit
- Emo Earth (social network)
- Empire Earth (game)
- End Entity (validation)
- End-to-End (computer networking)
- Energy and Environment
- Energy Efficiency
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By next engineering another group of mice in which these neurons could be selectively turned on at different times, the team went on to show that the arcuate neurons act through a series of downstream neurons to drive energy expenditure in brown fat.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The study is the first to show that estrogen, acting through two hypothalamic neural centers in the brain, keeps female body weight in check by regulating hunger and energy expenditure.
We assessed body weight and composition (pSABRE DEXA-scan), energy expenditure (Columbus Instruments) and insulin sensitivity at the end of the 12 weeks.
This accelerometer output proportionally reflects the net external acceleration generated during bodily movement, and by extension, the output should be strongly associated with energy expenditure during physical activity.
Body composition was measured by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry bi-weekly, resting energy expenditure was measured weekly by ventilated hood, and total energy expenditure by doubly labelled water prior to the overeating and weight stabilisation periods and at weeks 7 - 8.
One night of sleep deprivation acutely reduces energy expenditure in healthy men, which suggests sleep contributes to the acute regulation of daytime energy expenditure in humans, a private news channel reported.
The findings indicated that greater activity energy expenditure may reduce the risk of cognitive impairment in a dose-response manner.