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Aerobic exercise training reduces hepatic and visceral lipids in obese individuals without weight loss
NA Johnson, T Sachinwalla, DW Walton, K Smith, A Armstrong, ...
Hepatology 50 (4), 1105-1112, 2009
The Mediterranean Diet Improves Hepatic Steatosis and Insulin Sensitivity in Individuals with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
MC Ryan, C Itsiopoulos, T Thodis, G Ward, N Trost, S Hofferberth, ...
Journal of Hepatology, 2013
Omega-3 supplementation and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis
HM Parker, NA Johnson, CA Burdon, JS Cohn, HT O’Connor, J George
Journal of hepatology 56 (4), 944-951, 2012
Exercise and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis
SE Keating, DA Hackett, J George, NA Johnson
Journal of hepatology 57 (1), 157-166, 2012
A systematic review and meta‐analysis of the effect of aerobic vs. resistance exercise training on visceral fat
I Ismail, SE Keating, MK Baker, NA Johnson
Obesity reviews 13 (1), 68-91, 2012
A systematic review and meta‐analysis of interval training versus moderate‐intensity continuous training on body adiposity
SE Keating, NA Johnson, GI Mielke, JS Coombes
Obesity reviews 18 (8), 943-964, 2017
Effect of aerobic exercise training dose on liver fat and visceral adiposity
SE Keating, DA Hackett, HM Parker, HT O’Connor, JA Gerofi, A Sainsbury, ...
Journal of hepatology 63 (1), 174-182, 2015
Continuous exercise but not high intensity interval training improves fat distribution in overweight adults
SE Keating, EA Machan, HT O′ Connor, JA Gerofi, A Sainsbury, ...
Journal of obesity 2014 (1), 834865, 2014
The effect of regular exercise on insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes mellitus: a systematic review and meta-analysis
KL Way, DA Hackett, MK Baker, NA Johnson
Diabetes & metabolism journal 40 (4), 253-271, 2016
The effect of low-volume high-intensity interval training on body composition and cardiorespiratory fitness: a systematic review and meta-analysis
RN Sultana, A Sabag, SE Keating, NA Johnson
Sports Medicine 49, 1687-1721, 2019
Training Practices and Ergogenic Aids used by Male Bodybuilders
DA Hackett, NA Johnson, CM Chow
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 2012
The effect of nitrate supplementation on exercise performance in healthy individuals: a systematic review and meta-analysis
MW Hoon, NA Johnson, PG Chapman, LM Burke
International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism 23 (5), 522-532, 2013
Noninvasive assessment of hepatic lipid composition: advancing understanding and management of fatty liver disorders
NA Johnson, DW Walton, T Sachinwalla, CH Thompson, K Smith, ...
Hepatology 47 (5), 1513-1523, 2008
Insulin resistance and elevated triglyceride in muscle: more important for survival than ‘thrifty’genes?
SR Stannard, NA Johnson
The Journal of physiology 554 (3), 595-607, 2004
Fitness versus fatness: moving beyond weight loss in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
NA Johnson, J George
Hepatology 52 (1), 370-380, 2010
The effect of variable doses of inorganic nitrate-rich beetroot juice on simulated 2000-m rowing performance in trained athletes
MW Hoon, AM Jones, NA Johnson, JR Blackwell, EM Broad, B Lundy, ...
International journal of sports physiology and performance 9 (4), 615-620, 2014
The effect of high Intensity interval training versus moderate intensity continuous training on arterial stiffness and 24 h blood pressure responses: A systematic review and …
KL Way, RN Sultana, A Sabag, MK Baker, NA Johnson
Journal of science and medicine in sport 22 (4), 385-391, 2019
A novel scale to assess resistance-exercise effort
DA Hackett, NA Johnson, M Halaki, CM Chow
Routledge, 2012
Exercise and ectopic fat in type 2 diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
A Sabag, KL Way, SE Keating, RN Sultana, HT O’Connor, MK Baker, ...
Diabetes & metabolism 43 (3), 195-210, 2017
Effects of physical activity upon the liver
RJ Shephard, N Johnson
European journal of applied physiology 115, 1-46, 2015
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