Dataset for 'Skipping breakfast before exercise creates a more negative 24-hour energy balance: A randomized controlled trial in healthy physically active young men'

Dataset

Description

The aim of this study was to assess the effect of pre-exercise breakfast omission versus consumption on 24-h energy balance. The data set contains data about 12 healthy men who completed preliminary testing followed by three trials in a randomized order (separated >1 week): a breakfast of oats and milk (431 kcal; 65 g CHO, 11 g FAT, 19 g PRO) followed by rest (BR); breakfast before exercise (BE; 60 min cycling at 50% peak power output); and overnight-fasting before exercise (FE). These results from the study suggested that, neither exercise energy expenditure nor the restricted energy intake via breakfast omission were completely compensated for post-exercise. Therefore, in healthy men, pre-exercise breakfast omission creates a more negative daily energy balance and could be a useful strategy to induce a short-term energy deficit.
Date made available10 Apr 2019
PublisherUniversity of Bath

Cite this

Edinburgh, R. (Creator), Hengist, A. (Creator), Smith, H. (Creator), Travers, R. (Creator), Betts, J. (Creator), Thompson, D. (Creator), Walhin, J. (Creator), Wallis, G. (Creator), Hamilton, D. L. (Creator), Stevenson, E. (Creator), Tipton, K. (Creator), Gonzalez, J. (Creator)(10 Apr 2019). Dataset for 'Skipping breakfast before exercise creates a more negative 24-hour energy balance: A randomized controlled trial in healthy physically active young men'. University of Bath. 10.15125/BATH-00610