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Wpływ rodzaju stosowanej diety i aktywności ruchowej na masę ciała i funkcjonowanie organizmu

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Influence kind of diet and physical activity on body mass and organism function
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W prezentowanej pracy poruszono wpływ odżywiania na funkcje organizmu, wskazując na częste występowanie otyłości jako efekt braku zbilansowania energetycznego organizmu. Dokonano przeglądu stosowanych diet i ich wpływu na funkcje układu krążenia i oddychania oraz zdolności adaptacyjne organizmu do wysiłków fizycznych. Wskazano też na związek pomiędzy rodzajem odżywiania i występującymi schorzeniami organizmu. Taka analiza wykazała, że stosowana dieta jest istotnym czynnikiem determinującym stan zdrowia i funkcje organizmu.
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In presented paper the influence of nutrition on organism function was described and it was pay attention on obesity as an effect of lack energetic organism balance. It was achieved review of using diet and their influence on cardiovascular and respiration system, as well as, organism adaptation to physical load. Relationship of kind of nutrition and disease in organism was described too. This analysis shown that using diet is important factor determining health and organism function.
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  • Instytut Kultury Fizycznej i Turystyki, Akademia im. Jana Długosza w Częstochowie, Częstochowa
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  • Instytut Kultury Fizycznej i Turystyki, Akademia im. Jana Długosza w Częstochowie, Częstochowa
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  • Instytut Fizjoterapii Państwowej Medycznej, Wyższa Szkoła Zawodowa w Opolu, Opole
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