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Effects of moderate exercise and a multiple vitamin and mineral complex on the arterial wall.

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Summary of "Effects of moderate exercise and a multiple vitamin and mineral complex on the arterial wall."

Aerobic exercise has favorable effects on vascular structure and function. Its beneficial role may be due to a decrease in oxidative stress. The association of vitamin and mineral supplements to exercise determined contradictory effects on arterial wall and oxidative stress parameters. The aim of this experimental study was to evaluate the effect of moderate aerobic exercise, alone or in association with a vitamin and mineral complex, on aortic wall morphology and oxidant/antioxidant balance.

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Name: Romanian journal of morphology and embryology = Revue roumaine de morphologie et embryologie
ISSN: 1220-0522
Pages: 249-256

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