and a clear pattern emerges Researchers found that levels of 147 proteins were strongly correlated with people’s basic performance. If those protein counts are high and some are low The resulting molecular profile indicates how suitable someone is.
More interestingly, the separate 102 protein combinations tended to predict people’s physical responses to exercise. These molecular levels go up and down. some of which overlap with proteins related to basic human performance. Predict the extent to which someone’s aerobic capacity will increase with exercise.
Finally, because aerobic fitness is strongly linked to longevity. The scientists then examined the levels of exercise-related proteins in the blood of people enrolled in separate health studies, which included death records. and found that the protein signature indicates a lower or greater fitness response. Likewise, it means shorter or longer lifespan.
Dr. Robert Gerszten, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and head of cardiovascular medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, said. “Molecular profiling tools may help in customizing” exercise plans. Conducting a new study with lead author Dr. Jeremy Robbins and others.
A person with protein in their blood is a sign that he or she may be getting little performance from regular walking, biking, or swimming routines, for example, they may be stimulated to high-intensity exercise or training. resistance, says Dr. Gerszten.
Research in this field is still in its infancy, although he and Dr. Robbins said Scientists will have to study more people. There are disparities in health, fitness, age and lifestyle. to the centers where protein is most important for predicting an individual’s exercise response. The researchers hope to backtrack and find the origin of those molecules. To better understand how exercise rebuilds our bodies and shape our health, Dr. Gerszten says expect more and more detailed results within a few years.