Improve bone health prevention osteoporosis, running another big benefit!
The benefits of running is really too much, it's not, recent studies have shown that compared with the bike and swimming, running for bone health have a better improvement, especially good for female osteoporosis prevention.
From the guy's orthopaedic institute of milan researchers studied 12 mountain super horse runners in hormone levels before and after the 65 km race. They put these data and the control group of 12 of the same age adults were compared, who did not participate in the game but the middle and lower level of exercise.
The scientists studied two key protein in bone formation: osteocalcin and P1NP. These two content of chemical substances in the blood is one of the important indicators to measure bone health. They found, in the competition, the runner of the two indexes fell, indicating that due to the body's demand for energy increases, runner body are moving from osteogenesis in the process of resources.
But after the game, compared with the control group, super horse runners have higher levels of P1NP. This shows that due to match the body from the bones away energy, so they get more compensation while at rest, this led to a net gain of long bone health.
Study's lead author Dr Joe, barney lombardi, said: "men and women need to moderate exercise every day to keep healthy. However, our research suggests that people who have osteoporosis risk may need to run more, rather than to swim or ride a bicycle."
Joe barney European endocrinology conference in Munich published his research. He added: "previous research has found that osteocalcin and regulate sugar metabolism of islet beta cells. Because of running higher than to swim or ride a bike to bring the skeleton of body load, it may be that these forces bone tissue signaling to the pancreas, to help meet its energy needs for a long time."
He continued: "our work proves that the skeleton is not just idle, but the active communication with the other organs and tissues, to promote the body's energy needs. We often found that metabolism and fracture risk with the same basic conditions are connected, so the more we understand the interaction between bone and metabolism of human body, the more will understand complex but important diseases, such as diabetes and osteoporosis."
After their study found that under the condition of the super endurance race cyclist will suffer from chronic bone resorption, namely the bone calcium released into the bloodstream, thereby weakening bones.
Research published in 2012 found that participate in endurance sports such as running and weight-bearing exercise (such as cycling and swimming) in adolescents and adults than in the ball or power sports athletes bone mineral density (BMD) is lower. In some cases, a cyclist and swimmers bone mineral density is lower than their peers who do not exercise, this increases their risk of fracture.