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In the 1990s, researchers injected the brains of newborn mice engineered to have certain metabolic disorders with viral vectors carrying a missing gene.
But of course, some women aren't looking to build bigger muscles and are simply looking to strength train for the other health benefits, like increasing bone health and improving metabolic health.
World Cup winner Mario Götze is back playing at Borussia Dortmund under new coach Peter Bosz, after returning from the serious metabolic disorder that kept him out of the team for the majority of last season.
Even in lean mice, the treatment with either of the two drugs increased the animals' oxygen consumption (a measure of overall metabolic activity) by about 20 percent compared to untreated controls.
For Hall, metabolic changes are just one part of the puzzle.
The vessels in the photo above transport fluid that is likely crucial to metabolic and inflammatory processes.
The man’s gains were also detectable in brain images, which showed greater communication among regions of his brain and increased metabolic activity.
The powder is said to increase energy, decrease weight, improve digestion, fertility, and overall metabolic function.
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