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Exercise training-induced visceral fat loss in obese women: The role of training intensity and modality Journal article
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 2020
Authors:  Zhang,Haifeng;  Tong,Tomas K.;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Shi,Qingde;  Liu,Yang;  Nie,Jinlei
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abdominal fat  continuous training  interval training  lipolytic hormones  obesity  
Comparing Time Efficiency of Sprint vs. High-Intensity Interval Training in Reducing Abdominal Visceral Fat in Obese Young Women: A Randomized, Controlled Trial Journal article
FRONTIERS IN PHYSIOLOGY, 2018,Volume: 9
Authors:  Tong, Tomas K.;  Zhang, Haifeng;  Shi, Hongru;  Liu, Yang;  Ai, Jingwen;  Nie, Jinlei;  Kong, Zhaowei
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High-intensity Interval Training  Intervention  Obesity  Abdominal Fat  Visceral Fat Area  
Water soluble fraction from ethanolic extract of Clausena lansium seeds alleviates obesity and insulin resistance, and changes the composition of gut microbiota in high-fat diet-fed mice Journal article
JOURNAL OF FUNCTIONAL FOODS, 2018,Volume: 47,Page: 192-199
Authors:  Shen, Shengnan;  Liao, Qiwen;  Huang, Li;  Li, Dan;  Zhang, Qingwen;  Wang, Yitao;  Lee, Simon Ming-Yuen;  Lin, Ligen
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Clausena Lansium  Fat Mass Gain  Insulin Sensitivity  Gut Microbiota  Wampee