NCSEM Autumn series:Stress, sitting time and physical activity caloric equivalents
About this event
Each talk in this series will provide cutting-edge information relating to developments within the fields of exercise as medicine, nutrition, and behaviour change.
Led by a team of world-leading academics, each talk will convey the key take-home messages from the latest research with the aim of extending the knowledge and understanding of those with a basic interest in the field.
Presenters for this session:
- Professor Amanda Daley: How many minutes of walking does it take to burn off the calories in a pizza? (PACE-The role of physical activity calorie equivalent labelling in reducing calorie consumption)
- Dr Nicola Paine: Should I be stressed about my health? The link between psychological stress and physical health
- Dr Stacy Clemes: Sedentary behaviour and cardiometabolic health: an update from the most recent evidence
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