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Quercetin Does Not Enhance Performance

Quercetin Does Not Enhance Performance
By J Appl Physiol posted 2010-02-02

Dietary Quercitin Supplementation Is Not Ergogenic In Untrained Men More »
Caffeine and Performance

Caffeine and Performance
By Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2010 posted 2010-01-27

International society of sports nutrition position stand: caffeine and performance More »
Effect of Boiling on Chicken and Beef

Effect of Boiling on Chicken and Beef
By Journal of Renal Nutrition ,A . Cupisti , F . Comar , O . Benini , S . Lupetti , C . DAlessandro , G . Barsotti , D . Gianfaldoni, Volume 16 , Issue posted 2008-11-21

The goal of this study was to assess the effect of boiling on phosphate and protein nitrogen changes in commonly used foods that contain proteins of high biological value. More »
Dose effects of oral bovine colostrum on physical work capacity in cyclists.

Dose effects of oral bovine colostrum on physical work capacity in cyclists.
By Coombes, Jeff, Conacher et al posted 2008-09-23

There is interest in the potential long-term use of dietary supplementation with bovine colostrum to enhance exercise performance. The purpose of the present study was to determine the dose effects of bovine colostrum on cycling performance. More »
Researchers Find Caffeine Reduces Muscle Pain During Exercise

Researchers Find Caffeine Reduces Muscle Pain During Exercise
By University Of Georgia posted 2003-09-16

That cup of coffee in the morning does more than wake you up. It can also help you feel less pain during your morning workout. That's what researchers at the University of Georgia have found in a recent study exploring why muscles hurt during exercise. More »
IGF-I, IgA, and IgG responses to bovine colostrum supplementation during training

IGF-I, IgA, and IgG responses to bovine colostrum supplementation during training
By J Appl Physiol, Vol. 93, Issue 2, 732-739 posted 2002-08-01

This study examined the effect of bovine colostrum (Dynamic colostrum) supplementation on blood and saliva variables (study 1) and the absorption of orally administered IGF-I, IgA, and IgG. More »
Effects of colostrum on body composition and exercise performance

Effects of colostrum on body composition and exercise performance
By Nutrition, 2001, Volume 17 , Issue 3 , Pages 243 247 posted 2001-05-01

The beneficial effect of 8 wk bovine colostrum supplementation on body composition and exercise performance was examined. Each subject participated in aerobic and heavy-resistance training at least three times per wk. Body composition was assessed via dual x-ray absorptiometry analysis. More »
Low vitamin C may reduce the body's ability to burn fat during exercise

Low vitamin C may reduce the body's ability to burn fat during exercise
By Nutrition & Metabolism 2006 posted 2006-08-01

A reduction in the ability to oxidize fat may contribute to the reported inverse relationship between vitamin C status and adiposity. To examine this possibility, a preliminary trial was conducted to evaluate the impact of vitamin C status on fat oxidation during submaximal exercise. More »
Low-glycemic Diet Better Than Low-fat

Low-glycemic Diet Better Than Low-fat
By Prepared Foods Magazine posted 2004-11-29

Diets low in sugars with moderate levels of carbohydrates but not as low in fat and protein may lower metabolism less than low-fat diets, a U.S. study showed. That could make dieters feel less tired, cold and hungry, U.S. researchers said in a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. More »
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