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Article by Michala Holm Reichkendler et al.

In August 2013, Michala Holm Reichkendler published the article:

“Exercise training favors increased insulin-stimulated glucose uptake in skeletal muscle in contrast to adipose tissue: A randomized study using FDG PET imaging.”

The article has been published in “American Journal of Physiology, Endocrinology and Metabolism”.

Article by Michala Holm Reichkendler et al.

In December 2012, Michala Holm Reichkendler publicered the article:

"Only minor metabolic health benefits of high as opposed to moderate dose physical exercise in young, moderately overweight men"

The article has been published in the scientific journal "Obesity". It shows that by exercising 60 instead of 30 minuts on a daily basis you can improve your health a little bit.

Article by Jonas Salling Kjeldsen et al.

In October 2012, Jonas Salling Kjeldsen publicered the article:

"Effect of Different Doses of Exercise on Sleep Duration, Sleep Efficiency and Sleep Quality in Sedentary, Overweight Men"

30 minuts of daily exercise is enough - article by Mads Rosenkilde et al.

In August 2012, Mads Rosenkilde showed that 30 minuts of daily exercise will make you lose the same amount of weight as when exercising for an hour.

The article "Body fat loss and compensatory mechanisms in response to different doses of aerobic exercise - a randomized controlled trial in overweight sedentary males" was published in the scientific journal "American Journal of Physiology". In addition, the results have been mentionend at and at the University website.

Article by Anne Sofie Gram et al.

In August 2013, Anne Sofie Gram published the article:

"Compliance with physical exercise – using a multidisciplinary approach within a dose-dependent exercise study of moderately overweight men."

The article has been published in “Scandianvian Journal of Public Health”.

Article by Astrid Jespersen et al.