Levels of Certain Blood Proteins May Explain Why Some People Derive More Benefits from Exercise than Others

Why do some people benefit more from exercise? Blood proteins may be to blame; a combined set of 249 blood proteins were identified that inform doctors of an individual’s cardiorespiratory fitness (VO2max). By measuring the levels of these proteins, doctors may be able to predict how a patient will respond to certain exercises, paving the way towards making exercise a more personalized form of therapy. Read full article here


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