VIL DU HA MER UT AV TRENINGEN?
David Phillip er lege og spesialist i sportsmedisin.
Human Performance for Everyone by Jeff Olson, R.L.T.
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Fire publiserte vitenskapelige studier har dokumentert at JuicePlus+ forbedrer markører for restistusjon og prestasjoner.
Den siste studien viser blant annet at flere indikatorer for oksidativt stress, immunforsvar, og sykdom ble bedre for 41 topptrente menn (spesial styrker i Østerrike) når de spiste JuicePlus+ i en periode på 28 uker. Gruppen som spiste JuicePlus+ hadde også mindre sykedager (50% reduksjon) som indikerer et godt immunforsvar.” Journal of Nutrition 2007
“Exercising at 80% VO2max intensity, the Juice Plus+ group (compared to placebo) had lower baseline protein carbonyl levels after 16 and 28 weeks and no exercise-induced protein carbonyl increase. Human mercaptalbumin, another marker of exercise-induced oxidative stress, was also significantly lowered.” Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2009
This is the fourth study of Juice Plus+ in serious athletes, following these three which have already been published:
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2006 (full article) – Study findings: Juice Plus+ supplementation for 2 weeks attenuated the rise in protein carbonlys after 30 minutes of aerobic exercise, even after a 1 week washout.
Journal of Nutrition 2007 (full article) – Study findings: Several indicators of oxidative stress, immunity, and illness improved in 41 highly trained men (special forces) consuming Juice Plus+ for 28 weeks.
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2009 (full article) – Study findings: Exercising at 80% VO2max intensity, the Juice Plus+ group (compared to placebo) had lower baseline protein carbonyl levels after 16 and 28 weeks and no exercise-induced protein carbonyl increase. Human mercaptalbumin, another marker of exercise-induced oxidative stress, was also significantly lowered.
Another study demonstrated the effectiveness of Juice Plus+ on muscle function and oxidative stress in response to an acute bout of eccentric exercise: Eccentric Exercise and Juice Plus+.
In each of these studies, the all-important training effect was supported by Juice Plus+ while dramatically reducing the exercise-induced oxidative stress. The training effect (aka adaptation) of exercise is vital for the athlete to gain in strength and endurance – for example, muscle tissue must break down and be repaired to grow stronger. However, excessive damage caused by exercise-induced oxidative stress is to be avoided if possible. This study again demonstrates what all Juice Plus+ athletes know from their own experience: that those who take Juice Plus+ have less oxidative damage, while fully benefiting from their training. For more on Juice Plus+ Athletes in Europe visit www.juiceplussports.eu.