lean tissue

lean tissue

muscle tissue without fat.
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After 24 weeks, participants in the protein-supplement and control groups were all tested for changes in body composition (fat to lean tissue ratio).
24) Men who supplemented with whey in combination with resistance training showed improvements in one or more measures of muscle strength as well as lean tissue mass, compared to placebo recipients.
The impedance, represented by the values of reactance and resistance is low in the lean tissue, where are found mainly intracellular liquids and electrolytes and is high in the adipose tissue, where the electric current takes more time to cover the corporal surface.
More specifically, heat-stressed animals are said to suffer reduced intestinal integrity and barrier function, increased systemic endotoxemia, inflammation problems, reduced lean tissue accretion, and lower fertility rates, among others.
In fact, about 25 percent of the weight that dieters lose is lean tissue.
To better understand how dietary protein source and quantity, as a major macronutrient for lean tissue growth, impacts body composition, we raised 28 day post fertilization D.
This helps explain why the energy required for liveweight gain increases as the animal ages, as fat deposition requires four times more energy than lean tissue.
PhD student Ernie Yulyaningsih, Dr Kim Loh, Dr Shu Lin and Professor Herbert Herzog from Sydney's Garvan Institute of Medical Research, together with Associate Professor Amanda Sainsbury-Salis, now at the University of Sydney, showed that mice without the Y6 gene were smaller, and had less lean tissue, than normal mice.
An increase in lean tissue mass among farmers resulted in an increase in BMR.
27] concluded that bone mineral mass is more closely related to lean tissue mass than to fat tissue mass in postmenopausal women and premenopausal women, respectively.