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This study evaluates acute ingestion of the dietary supplement Resync on blood nitrate/nitrite concentrations in a sample of men and women. This will be a crossover trial in which participants take all 4 conditions: 1) 7.5g Resync, 2) 15g Resync, 3) 20g Resync+collagen, 4) placebo.
The product known as Resync contains a blend of nitrate-rich foods including beetroot, red spinach, turmeric, ginger root, and aronia berry extracts. Resync is sold commercially and marketed as an ergogenic aid and/or exercise recovery aid. Manufacturers of Resync recommend users take this product 60-90 minutes before an athletic event or 30-90 minutes after exercise. Resync bases these claims on prior studies investigating the individual ingredients' abilities to increase blood nitrate/nitrite levels; however, there are no clinical trials on the finished product itself.
The purpose of this pilot study is to determine the impact of acute, single ingestion of Resync products on blood nitrate/nitrite concentration in a sample of men and women. This will be a crossover trial in which participants take all 4 conditions: 1) 7.5g Resync, 2) 15g Resync, 3) 20g Resync+collagen, 4) placebo.
Resync, Resync + Collagen, Placebo
Center for Nutraceutical and Dietary Supplement Research
University of Memphis
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-18T11:21:36-0400
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