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Use of psychoactive substances, body image and characteristics of personality traits in bodybuilders

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One-month of high-intensity exercise did not change the food intake and the hypothalamic arcuate nucleus proopiomelanocortin and neuropeptide Y expression levels in male Wistar rats

DA, Wolfe LA, Eikelboom R. Acute effects of exercise intensity on appetite in young men. Med Sci Sport Exerc 20, 222–227, 1988. World Health Organization (WHO). Obesity: Preventing and managing the global epidemic, Geneva: World Health Organization Technical Report Series 894, i–xii, 1–253, 2000. http://who.int/nutrition/publications/obesity/WHO_TRS_894/en/index.html

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Resistance training alone or combined with leucine supplementation improves the serum lipid profile of diabetic rats, whereas leucine alone does not

Metabolism. Circulation 116, 572–584, 2007. Williams AD, Almond J, Ahuja KD, Beard DC, Robertson IK, Ball MJ. Cardiovascular and metabolic effects of community based resistance training in an older population. J Sci Med Sport 14, 331–337, 2011. Zhang Y, Guo K, LeBlanc RE, Loh D, Schwartz GJ, Yu YH. Increasing dietary leucine intake reduces diet-induced obesity and improves glucose and cholesterol metabolism in mice via multimechanisms. Diabetes 56, 1647–1654, 2007.

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