It’s common knowledge that exercise and weight loss go hand in hand, but what is not so clear is the cellular machinery that underpins that relationship. In response to exercise, scientists have now observed a big spike in levels of a fat hormone previously thought to be unrelated to physical exertion. The discovery sheds new light on the metabolic process and raises new targets for tackling weight loss.
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