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Salivary alpha amylase and salivary cortisol response to fluid consumption in exercising athletes

Salivary alpha amylase and salivary cortisol response to fluid consumption in exercising athletes Todd P. Backes, Peter J. Horvath, Karry A. Kazial Biol Sport 2015; 32(4):275-280 The objective of the study was to examine salivary biomarker response to fluid consumption

The Effects of Caffeine Supplements on Exercise-Induced Oxidative Damages

 Akbar Zeraatpishe 1 ; Ali Akbar Malekirad 2 ; Javad Nik-Kherad 3 ; Afshar Jafari 3 ; Saeed Yousefi Babadi 4 ; Farzeen Tanwir 5 ; and Hamid Reza Espanani 6, * 1 Department of Biology, Islamic Azad University, Jiroft

Morphine/Codeine Ratio, a Key in Investigating a Case of Doping

 Tohid Seif-Barghi 1, 2 ; Navid Moghadam 2, 3, * ; and Farzad Kobarfard 4 1 Sports Medicine Research Center, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, IR Iran 2 Iran Football Medical Assessment and Rehabilitation Center (IFMARC), Tehran, IR Iran

Effects of Dietary Acid Load on Exercise Metabolism and Anaerobic Exercise Performance

Susan L. Caciano, Cynthia L. Inman, Elizabeth E. Gockel-Blessing, Edward P. Weiss Journal of Sports Science and Medicine Dietary acid load, quantified as the potential renal acid load (PRAL) of the diet, affects systemic pH and acid-base regulation. In a

Effects of Time-Release Caffeine Containing Supplement on Metabolic Rate, Glycerol Concentration and Performance

 Adam M. Gonzalez, Jay R. Hoffman, Adam J. Wells, Gerald T. Mangine, Jeremy R. Townsend, Adam R. Jajtner, Ran Wang, Amelia A. Miramonti, Gabriel J. Pruna, Michael B. LaMonica, Jonathan D. Bohner, Mattan W. Hoffman, Leonardo P. Oliveira, David H.

Effects of protein addition to carbohydrate–electrolyte solutions on postexercise rehydration

Liang Li, Stephen Heung-Sang Wong, Feng-Hua Sun Jouranl of Exercise Science & Fitness Background/Objective This study aimed to examine the effects of the addition of whey or casein protein, the two major proteins in milk, to carbohydrate–electrolyte (CE) solutions on

Knowledge and attitudes to vitamin D and sun exposure in elite New Zealand athletes: a cross-sectional study

 Nicole Walker1, Thomas D Love2, Dane Francis Baker3, Phillip Brian Healey3, Jillian Haszard1, Antony S Edwards4 and Katherine Elizabeth Black1*  International Society of Sports Nutrition Background Sun safety and vitamin D status are important for prolonged health. They are of

The effect of a decaffeinated green tea extract formula on fat oxidation, body composition and exercise performance

 Justin D Roberts12*, Michael G Roberts2†, Michael D Tarpey2†, Jack C Weekes2† and Clare H Thomas2† 1 Department of Life Sciences, Anglia Ruskin University, East Road, Cambridge, UK 2 School of Life & Medical Sciences, University of Hertfordshire, College Lane,

The effect of turmeric (Curcumin) supplementation on cytokine and inflammatory marker responses following 2 hours of endurance cycling

 Joseph N Sciberras1*, Stuart DR Galloway2, Anthony Fenech3, Godfrey Grech5, Claude Farrugia4, Deborah Duca4 and Janet Mifsud3 International Society of Sports Nutrition Background Endurance exercise induces IL-6 production from myocytes that is thought to impair intracellular defence mechanisms. Curcumin inhibits

Glutathione supplementation suppresses muscle fatigue induced by prolonged exercise via improved aerobic metabolism

 Wataru Aoi1*, Yumi Ogaya1, Maki Takami1, Toru Konishi2, Yusuke Sauchi2, Eun Young Park3, Sayori Wada1, Kenji Sato4 and Akane Higashi1 International Society of Sports Nutrition Backgrounds Glutathione is an endogenous redox couple in animal cells and plays important roles in