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Centre for Nutrition, Exercise and Metabolism
We seek to understand the impact of nutrition and exercise on human physiology and metabolism.
This study will examine how diets varying in carbohydrate, fat, and sugar effect energy balance and physical activity levels.
This study will determine if upper-body high-intensity interval training is effective at improving cardiometabolic health outcomes in people with paraplegia.
Vitamin D can become ‘trapped’ in our adipose (fat) tissue and this study will examine whether exercise can help to release it.
This study will investigate the effects of altering the protein content of breakfast on energy balance and metabolism.