Barbara Strasser
Barbara Strasser
Professor (Full) Nutritional Sciences, Sigmund Freud University Vienna, Austria
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The relative benefits of endurance and strength training on the metabolic factors and muscle function of people with type 2 diabetes mellitus
E Cauza, U Hanusch-Enserer, B Strasser, B Ludvik, S Metz-Schimmerl, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 86 (8), 1527-1533, 2005
Resistance training in the treatment of the metabolic syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis of the effect of resistance training on metabolic clustering in patients …
B Strasser, U Siebert, W Schobersberger
Sports medicine 40, 397-415, 2010
Physical activity in obesity and metabolic syndrome
B Strasser
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1281 (1), 141-159, 2013
Impact of resistance training in cancer survivors: a meta-analysis
B Strasser, K Steindorf, J Wiskemann, CM Ulrich
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 45 (11), 2080-2090, 2013
Evidence for resistance training as a treatment therapy in obesity
B Strasser, W Schobersberger
Journal of obesity 2011, 2011
Mood, food, and cognition: role of tryptophan and serotonin
B Strasser, JM Gostner, D Fuchs
Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care 19 (1), 55-61, 2016
Resistance training to improve type 2 diabetes: working toward a prescription for the future
DH Pesta, RLS Goncalves, AK Madiraju, B Strasser, LM Sparks
Nutrition & metabolism 14 (1), 1-10, 2017
Impact of different training modalities on anthropometric and metabolic characteristics in overweight/obese subjects: a systematic review and network meta-analysis
L Schwingshackl, S Dias, B Strasser, G Hoffmann
PloS one 8 (12), e82853, 2013
Effects of monounsaturated fatty acids on cardiovascular risk factors: a systematic review and meta-analysis
L Schwingshackl, B Strasser, G Hoffmann
Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 59 (2-4), 176-186, 2011
Effects of monounsaturated fatty acids on glycaemic control in patients with abnormal glucose metabolism: a systematic review and meta-analysis
L Schwingshackl, B Strasser, G Hoffmann
Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 58 (4), 290-296, 2011
Resistance training, visceral obesity and inflammatory response: a review of the evidence
B Strasser, M Arvandi, U Siebert
Obesity reviews 13 (7), 578-591, 2012
Obesity and lipotoxicity
AB Engin, A Engin
Springer, 2017
Resistance training for diabetes prevention and therapy: experimental findings and molecular mechanisms
B Strasser, D Pesta
BioMed research international 2013, 2013
Physical activity and diet shape the immune system during aging
C Weyh, K Krüger, B Strasser
Nutrients 12 (3), 622, 2020
Abdominal obesity is associated with arterial stiffness in middle-aged adults
B Strasser, M Arvandi, EP Pasha, AP Haley, P Stanforth, H Tanaka
Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases 25 (5), 495-502, 2015
Survival of the fittest: VO2max, a key predictor of longevity?
B Strasser, M Burtscher
Frontiers in Bioscience-Landmark 23 (8), 1505-1516, 2018
Probiotic supplements beneficially affect tryptophan–kynurenine metabolism and reduce the incidence of upper respiratory tract infections in trained athletes: A randomized …
B Strasser, D Geiger, M Schauer, JM Gostner, H Gatterer, M Burtscher, ...
Nutrients 8 (11), 752, 2016
A review on changes in food habits among immigrant women and implications for health
A Popovic-Lipovac, B Strasser
Journal of immigrant and minority health 17, 582-590, 2015
Endurance training reduces circulating inflammatory markers in persons at risk of coronary events: impact on plaque stabilization?
A Niessner, B Richter, M Penka, S Steiner, B Strasser, S Ziegler, ...
Atherosclerosis 186 (1), 160-165, 2006
Strength and endurance training lead to different post exercise glucose profiles in diabetic participants using a continuous subcutaneous glucose monitoring system
E Cauza, U Hanusch‐Enserer, B Strasser, K Kostner, A Dunky, P Haber
European journal of clinical investigation 35 (12), 745-751, 2005
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