A study led by Matt Jensen from the University of Victoria in Canada found that a carbohydrate mouth rinse prevented fatigue by approximately 3 percent in athletes performing prolonged isometric knee extensions.
People who drink large quantities of grapefruit juice or orange juice have an increased risk of malignant melanoma— according to researchers from Brown University in Rhode Island.
Gordon Smith and colleagues from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis supplemented fish oil in 40 older adults for six months.
Brazilian researchers showed that it reduced average resting blood pressure by three millimeters of mercury (mmHg) in young adult men, a decrease of nearly 10 percent.
Leucine is an amino acid that serves as a building block for protein— according to a literature review by researchers from the Ministry of Agriculture in China.
Increasing the protein content of the diet by five percent after significant weight loss (25 pounds) resulted in better weight maintenance than consuming diets containing various types of carbohydrates. This was the conclusion of researchers of The Diogenes Project, a randomized clinical trial that was conducted in eight centers across Europe.
Restricting food intake to specific times during the day prevented weight gain in mice— according to researchers from the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California.
Walking briskly for three hours per week reduces the risk of prostate cancer progression by 57 percent.
A study from the United Kingdom showed that tyrosine supplements improved mental effort and vigilance in soccer players subjected to a 90-minute simulated match in the heat.
A review of literature by British researchers cautioned that the combination of calcium and vitamin D supplements could be dangerous because they might promote heart attack and increase blood pressure, abnormal blood fats and insulin resistance.
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