Marie-Eve Riou

Marie-Eve Riou

PhD in physiology, Master in kinesiology, Bachelor in Biomedical Sciences

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Background/objectives: Body composition (BC) does not always vary as a function of exercise induced energy expenditure (exercise EE - resting EE). Energy balance variables were measured to understand energy compensation (EC) in response to an exercise intervention performed at low (LOW) or moderate (MOD) intensity. Subjects/methods: Twenty-one w...
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Background: Evidence suggests that fat-free mass and resting metabolic rate (RMR), but not fat mass, are strong predictors of energy intake (EI). However, body composition and RMR do not explain the entire variance in EI, suggesting that other factors may contribute to this variance.Objective: We aimed to investigate the associations between body m...
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Adiposopathy, or sick fat, refers to adipose tissue dysfunction that can lead to several complications such as dyslipidemia, insulin resistance, and hyperglycemia. The relative contribution of adiposopathy in predicting insulin resistance remains unclear. We investigated the relationship between adiposopathy, as assessed as a low plasma adiponectin...
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Background: Millions of Americans attempt to lose weight each year, and it is unclear whether the modality of acute, tightly controlled energy depletions can differently affect appetite parameters and olfaction. Objective: The objectives were to examine how the modality of an acute 3-d isocaloric 25% energy depletion by dieting alone or by aerob...
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The aim of this study was to validate the performance and reliability of results obtained from a classification model that measures time spent performing activities in confined (CE) and unrestricted (UE) environments. In CE, participants wore a pair of biaxial and/or triaxial accelerometers while performing pre-determined training activities classi...
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The aim of this study was to validate the performance and reliability of results obtained from a classification model that measures time spent performing activities in confined (CE) and unrestricted (UE) environments. In CE, participants wore a pair of biaxial and/or triaxial accelerometers while performing pre-determined training activities classi...
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Weight loss from exercise-induced energy deficits is usually less than expected. The objective of this systematic review was to investigate predictors of energy compensation, which is defined as body energy changes (fat mass and fat-free mass) over the total amount of exercise energy expenditure. A search was conducted in multiple databases without...
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Objective: To investigate the relationship between time spent performing physical activity (PA) and adiposity across the menopausal transition. Methods: Body weight and body composition were analyzed in 65 women (47-54 years old; body mass index 23.2 ± 2.4 kg/m(2)) in a 5-year prospective study. Time spent in PA of varying intensities (sedentary...
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Introduction: Polymorphisms of the dopamine receptor D2 (DRD2) gene have been associated with obesity phenotypes. Our aim was to examine if the genotype of TaqIA Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (RFPL) was related to an attenuated weight loss response or to changes in energy expenditure (EE) and food preference before and after weight loss...
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A dominant factor promoting obesity is the apparent difficulty of matching energy intake (EI) to the seemingly low level of daily energy expenditure (EE). Consequently, physical activity would appear to represent an interesting strategy to facilitate the matching of EI to EE and also possibly an efficient tool to prevent and possibly to treat obesi...
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Given the limitations associated with the measurement of food intake, we aimed to determine the reliability of a food menu to measure energy intake (EI) and macronutrient intake within the laboratory and under free-living conditions. A total of eight men and eight women (age 25·74 (sd 5·9) years, BMI 23·7 (sd 2·7) kg/m2) completed three identical i...
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This study explored the relationship between muscle fat infiltration derived from mid-thigh computed tomography (CT) scan, central fat distribution and insulin sensitivity in postmenopausal women. Mid-thigh CT scans were used to measure low attenuation muscle surface (LAMS) (0-34 Hounsfield units (HU)), which represented a specific component of fat...
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Available data reveals inconsistent relationships between eating behaviour traits and markers of adiposity level. It is thus relevant to investigate whether other factors also need to be considered when interpreting the relationship between eating behaviour traits and adiposity. The objective of this cross-sectional study was thus to examine whethe...
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In postmenopausal women, a population at risk for the metabolic syndrome, the relative contribution of central fat versus peripheral muscle fat to the metabolic risk profile is unknown. This study explored the relationship between muscle fat infiltration derived from computed tomography (CT) scans and metabolic syndrome. Mid-thigh CT scans measured...
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To investigate the relationships between fitness and components of the metabolic syndrome in sedentary men. 39 subjects (34-53 years) were evaluated for fitness (VO(2max)) and anthropometric, metabolic, and skeletal muscle phenotypes. VO(2max) was assessed on a bicycle ergometer whereas other variables were obtained from an oral glucose tolerance t...
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The ongoing obesity epidemic is associated with numerous health problems related to altered metabolic function. Among these is type 2 diabetes, characterized by lowered insulin sensitivity (IS). Consequently, the development of simple indices to assess IS has research and clinical importance. The SI(is)OGTT, a new index of IS, was recently describe...
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The relative contribution of anthropometric and skeletal muscle characteristics to cardiorespiratory fitness was studied in sedentary men. Cardiorespiratory fitness (maximal oxygen consumption) was assessed using an incremental bicycle ergometer protocol in 37 men aged 34-53 years. Vastus lateralis muscle biopsy samples were used to assess fiber ty...
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The mechanisms leading to the pathologies related to obesity are multiple and poorly understood. Several subtypes of obesity have been already presented in the literature. A better understanding and characterization of these subtypes will be useful to direct primary and secondary prevention treatment efforts. It is interesting to note that certain...

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