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  • Differences in Acute Metabolic Responses to Bionic and Nonbionic Ambulation in Spinal Cord Injured Humans and Controls. [Journal Article]
    Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2019Maher JL, Baunsgaard CB, … Nash MS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Work intensity during prolonged bionic ambulation for this bionic exoskeleton is below a threshold for cardiorespiratory conditioning but above seated rest and passive standing. Bionic ambulation metabolism is consistent with low RPE and unchanged fuel partitioning from seated rest. Bionic ambulation did not promote beneficial effects on glycemia in well-conditioned, euglycemic participants. These findings may differ in less fit individuals with SCI or those with impaired glucose tolerance. Observed trends favoring this benefit suggest they are worthy of testing.
  • Point of choice kilocalorie labelling in the UK eating out of home sector: a descriptive study of major chains. [Journal Article]
    BMC Public Health 2019; 19(1):649Robinson E, Burton S, … Haynes A
  • CONCLUSIONS: It is rare for eating out and takeaway chains in the UK to provide point of choice kcal labelling and when labelling is provided it does not adhere to recommended labelling practices. Chains that previously volunteered to provide kcal labelling as part of an industry and public health partnership do so inadequately. Voluntary policies have not resulted in adequate kcal labelling in the UK eating out of home sector.
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