Study: Vitamin E Relieve Muscle Pain After Exercise

Recent research has found that Vitamin E can help relieve muscle soreness after intense weight training.
According to researchers from the United States, Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant that can fight tissue damage due to heavy exercise.

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While exercising, the body needs more oxygen intake than before. Oxygen metabolism in the body issuing the free radical byproducts. This free radicals that can cause damage to both the muscle tissue and other organs.

Damage to the muscle tissue can lead to muscle pain. This is why many of us who often experience muscle soreness after exercise load.

"Things tend oxidative increases with age," said Jennifer Sachek, PhD of the Antioxidant Research Laboratory at Boston University. Sachek added, people who need more weight training Vitamin E dariapada they are not weight training.

Studies conducted Sachek and colleagues found that Vitamin E can absorb free radicals cause tissue damage. In studies of the study, participants Sachek split into two groups. The first group was asked to consume 1,000 IU of Vitamin E supplements every day for 3 months. While the other group was given a placebo.

As a result, 80 percent of those who received vitamin E intake during the day did not experience muscle pain after exercise, while nearly 100 percent of participants who did not take supplements of vitamin E experience fatigue and muscle pain even before the exercise is completed.

"This means that taking supplements of vitamin E before exercise can reduce the impact of harmful free radical oxidation," explained Sachke as quoted Dailynews.


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