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14 Feb 2014
Carnation supple tie did not affect sports performance.
 People who train with weights, can accelerate recovery after training by supplementation with carnation. Report these scientists from the University of Connecticut in response to a study led by Dr. Vole.

Less DNA damage with vitamin E during heavy exercise in a controlled study with basketball players, the supplementation of the natural form of vitamin E, d-did alpha-taco phenol, reduced oxidative DNA damage induced by heavy training.
In the subjects, the total antioxidant status (TAS), the activity of enzymes in the muscle tissue and the biomarker for DNA oxidation, the 8-OHdG, measured before and after training.

These measurements were repeated after one month of supplementation with 200 mg of vitamin E per day. After vitamin E supplementation, the athletes had higher TAS values before and after training. Moreover, the levels of 8-OHdG, creations and lactate in muscle were significantly lower after training.

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In a study of basketball players that complement the natural form of vitamin E, d-alpha  the activity of the enzyme G6PD showed (glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenate) restores in the red blood cells.

The activity of the G6PD is reduced as a result of oxidative stress that occurs during intensive training by free radicals. the G6PD activity was measured at four times, namely before and after the training, prior to training after 30 days of vitamin E supplementation and after the training after 30 days of supplementation.


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