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Darren A. Hughes
Rowett Research Institute
16Publications
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1,368Citations
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#1S. Whybrow (Rowett Research Institute)H-Index: 3
#2Darren A. Hughes (Rowett Research Institute)H-Index: 9
Last.R. James Stubbs (Slimming World)H-Index: 9
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The effects of incremental exercise on appetite, energy intake (EI), expenditure (EE) and balance (EB) in lean men and women were examined. Six men (age 29·7 (SD 5·9) years, weight 75·2 (SD 15·3) kg, height 1·75 (SD 0·11) m) and six women (age 24·7 (SD 5·9) years, weight 66·7 (SD 9·10) kg, height 1·70 (SD 0·09) m) were each studied three times during a 16 d protocol, corresponding to no additional exercise (Nex), moderate-intensity exercise (Mex; 1·5 – 2·0 MJ/d) and high-intensity exercise (Hex;...
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We assessed the effect of no exercise (Nex; control) and high exercise level (Hex; 4 MJ/day) and two dietary manipulations [a high-fat diet (HF; 50% of energy, 700 kJ/100 g) and low-fat diet (LF; 20% of energy, 300 kJ/100 g)] on compensatory changes in energy intake (EI) and energy expenditure (EE) over 7-day periods. Eight lean men were each studied four times in a 2 x 2 randomized design. EI was directly quantified by weight of food consumed. EE was assessed by heart rate (HR) monitoring. Body...
We assessed the effect of no exercise (Nex; control) and high exercise level (Hex; ∼4 MJ/day) and two dietary manipulations [a high-fat diet (HF; 50% of energy, 700 kJ/100 g) and low-fat diet (LF; 20% of energy, 300 kJ/100 g)] on compensatory changes in energy intake (EI) and energy expenditure (EE) over 7-day periods. Eight lean men were each studied four times in a 2 × 2 randomized design. EI was directly quantified by weight of food consumed. EE was assessed by heart rate (HR) monitoring. Bod...
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Background: It is not clear how decreased activity quantitatively affects energy balance (EB) in subjects feeding ad libitum. Objective: We assessed the effect of an imposed sedentary routine on appetite, energy intake (EI), EB, and nutrient balance in lean men for 7 d. Design: Six men with a mean (SD) age of 23.0 2.3 y, weight of 69.2 11.4 kg, and height of 1.76 0.07 m were each studied twice during a sedentary [1.4 resting metabolic rate (RMR)] and a moderately active (1.8 RMR) regimen. During...
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#1John E. Blundell (University of Leeds)H-Index: 89
#2R. James Stubbs (Rowett Research Institute)H-Index: 30
Last.Neil A. King (University of Leeds)H-Index: 46
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Physical activity has the potential to modulate appetite control by improving the sensitivity of the physiological satiety signalling system, by adjusting macronutrient preferences or food choices and by altering the hedonic response to food. There is evidence for all these actions. Concerning the impact of physical activity on energy balance, there exists a belief that physical activity drives up hunger and increases food intake, thereby rendering it futile as a method of weight control. There ...
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#1John E. BlundellH-Index: 89
#2R. James StubbsH-Index: 30
Last.Neil A. KingH-Index: 46
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Physical activity has the potential to modulate appetite control by improving the sensitivity of the physiological satiety signalling system, by adjusting macronutrient preferences or food choices and by altering the hedonic response to food. There is evidence for all these actions. Concerning the impact of physical activity on energy balance, there exists a belief that physical activity drives up hunger and increases food intake, thereby rendering it futile as a method of weight control.
#1R. James StubbsH-Index: 30
#2Darren A. HughesH-Index: 9
Last.John E. BlundellH-Index: 89
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Summary There are four interactions to consider between energy intake (EI) and energy expenditure (EE) in the development and treatment of obesity. (1) Does sedentariness alter levels of EI or subsequent EE? and (2) Do high levels of EI alter physical activity or exercise? (3) Do exercise-induced increases in EE drive EI upwards and undermine dietary approaches to weight management and (4) Do low levels of EI elevate or decrease EE? There is little evidence that sedentariness alters levels of EI...
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#1R. James Stubbs (Rowett Research Institute)H-Index: 30
#2A. Sepp (Rowett Research Institute)H-Index: 2
Last.John E. Blundell (University of Leeds)H-Index: 89
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The effect of graded levels of exercise on energy intake and balance in free-living women †
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Assesses the effect of graded increases in exercised-induced energy expenditure (EE) on appetite, daily energy intake (EI), total daily EE and body weight in lean women. Compensations in EI produced by markedly increasing EE through exercise; Accurate adjustments of EI to acute increases in EE that are likely to take weeks rather than days.
#1R. James Stubbs (Rowett Research Institute)H-Index: 30
#2A. Sepp (Rowett Research Institute)H-Index: 2
Last.John E. Blundell (University of Leeds)H-Index: 89
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The effect of graded levels of exercise on energy intake and balance in free-living men, consuming their normal diet †
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