Recent Examples of metabolic from the Web
Studies would later tie these medicinal effects to the bear liver's unique amount of ursodeoxycholic acid, a metabolic byproduct of bacteria in the intestine.
That trend is driven by metabolic constraints in muscle tissue, a newstudy suggests.
This study was the first to test it against Type II diabetes, a chronic and increasingly widespread metabolic disorder that affects more than 29 million Americans and 420 million people around the world, according to the World Health Organization.
As this tri-phasic strength builds, a better lifting economy is established, requiring less work and resulting in lower metabolic stress.
Today, a perusal of the Internet turns up several best-selling books extolling the benefits of intermittent fasting for weight loss and improvements in the metabolic risk factors that contribute to Type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Six experienced an increase in metabolic rate, ranging from 70 calories more (a 4.7 percent increase) to 250 calories more daily (an increase of 13 percent).
In a wide-ranging alliance to treat a variety of metabolic illnesses, the University of California San Diego has entered into a five-year-partnership with Janssen Pharmaceuticals.
This is likely caused by antibody-drug binding, which hampers glomerular filtration of drugs by the kidneys and shields drugs from metabolic destruction.
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: of or relating to metabolism metabolic activity
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