Ville Stenbäck

Ville Stenbäck
University of Oulu · Biocenter Oulu

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Our aim was to compare three research-grade accelerometers for their accuracy in step detection and energy expenditure (EE) estimation in a laboratory setting, at different speeds, especially in overweight/obese participants. Forty-eight overweight/obese subjects participated. Participants performed an exercise routine on a treadmill with six diffe...
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Introduction Interest in human physiological responses to cold stress have seen a resurgence in recent years with a focus on brown adipose tissue (BAT), a mitochondria dense fat specialized for heat production. However, a majority of the work examining BAT has been conducted among temperate climate populations. Methods To expand our understanding...
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Physical activity (PA) is one of the most efficient ways to prevent obesity and its associated diseases worldwide. In the USA, less than 10% of the adult population were able to meet the PA recommendations when accelerometers were used to assess PA habituation. Accelerometers significantly differ from each other in step recognition and do not revea...
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Objective High levels of total energy expenditure (TEE, kcal/day) have been documented among numerous human populations such as tropical climate horticulturalists and high-altitude agriculturalists. However, less work has been conducted among highly physically active cold climate populations. Methods In October 2018, TEE was measured using the dou...
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Proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 (PCSK9) degrades low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) receptors, and thus regulates the LDL-C levels in the circulation. Type 2 diabetics often have elevated LDL-C levels. However, the functions of PCSK9 in patients with alterations of glu-cose metabolism and statin therapy are still unclear. Me...
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Mittasimme pilottitutkimuksessamme poronhoitaji-en painoindeksejä sekä veren sokeri-ja rasva-arvoja tammikuussa 2019. Ruokavaliota tutkittiin erotusten aikana lokakuussa 2018. Tutkimukseen osallistui 22 poronhoitajaa keskiseltä poronhoitoalueelta. Tämä on neljäs artikkelimme Poromies-lehdessä, jossa esitellään poronhoitajien energiankulutusta käsit...
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Regular physical activity (PA) improves cognitive functions, prevents brain atrophy, and delays the onset of cognitive decline, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease. Presently, there are no specific recommendations for PA producing positive effects on brain health and little is known on its mediators. PA affects production and release of several pepti...
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Objective Elevated resting metabolic rates (RMR, kcal/day) are a well‐established mechanism for maintaining core body temperature among cold climate populations. A high degree of interindividual variation has recently been noted among circumpolar populations. To further examine RMR variability, we investigated anthropometric and metabolic differenc...
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Background Oxidative stress results in lipid, protein, and DNA oxidation, resulting in telomere erosion, chromosomal damage, and accelerated cellular aging. Training promotes healthy metabolic and oxidative profiles whereas the effects of multi-day, prolonged, and continuous exercise are unknown. This study investigated the effects of multi-day pro...
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Introduction: Physical activity (PA) has been associated with telomere shortening. The association of PA intensity or volume with telomere length (TL) is nonetheless unclear. The aim of our study was to investigate the associations of exercise intensity and volume with TL in elderly adults from Northern Finland (65° latitude North). Methods: Seven...

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