According to new research, morning exercise may be the most effective way of increasing your metabolism and burning fat. According to another study, physical activity at the right time of day can increase fat metabolism.
Scientists discovered that mice who exercised during an early active phase, corresponding to morning exercise in humans, increased their metabolism more than mice who exercised during a rest period.
Professor Juleen Zierath of the Karolinska Institute’s departments of molecular medicine and surgery and physiology and pharmacology stated, “Our results suggest that late-morning exercise may be more effective than late-evening exercise in terms of boosting metabolism and fat burning. If, in the case, they may be of value to people who are overweight.”
According to the researchers, physical activity at different times of day can affect the body differently because biological processes rely on the cells’ circadian rhythms. This 24-hour cycle is part of the body’s internal clock.
The researchers looked at various markers for fat metabolism and which genes were active in fat tissue after exercise. They discovered that physical activity during the early enthusiastic phase increased the expression of genes involved in fat (adipose) tissue breakdown, thermogenesis (heat production), and adipose tissue cells that, indicate a higher metabolic rate.
According to the study, these effects were only seen in mice that exercised during the early active phase and were unrelated to food intake.
Prof Zierath said, “The right timing appears to be important to the body’s energy balance and improving the health benefits of exercise. Moreover, more research is needed to draw reliable conclusions about the validity of our findings to humans.”
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