Definition: "An ergogenic aid is any substance or phenomenon that enhances performance "
Data form Brazil. All but one are fake.
Athletes may perform better if they add extra salmon, green tea, onions, blueberries and dark grape juice to their diet. The phytochemicals in these foods enable the body to burn more carbohydrates.
A forgotten Japanese human study.
Can you choose between walking in a built-up area and walking in green surroundings? If so, choose for the latter. Human study.
The more foods such as espresso, blueberries, raspberries, olives and spinach you consume every day, the longer you will live. The antioxidants in these products reduce the risk of deadly forms of cancer and cardiovascular diseases.
Researchers at Harvard Medical School reached this conclusion after performing a molecular-epidemiological study on 925 men and women over the age of 54.
Since WADA removed caffeine from the WADA in 2004, Olympic athletes have been using the mild stimulant more often than before. Especially among cyclists, rowers and triathletes caffeine appears to be a popular ergogenic aid.
Athletes who take 2.5 g betaine daily and do intensive training increase their body's anabolic response to the workout. Human study. Sponsor alert.
The amino acid norvaline, which you can encounter in a lot of sports supplements, kills brain cells according to an Australian test tube study.
According to this American study, the success of low calorie diets depends on the number of hours you sleep each day.
This epidemiological study suggests that sleep quantity increases as you consume more fruits and vegetables on a daily basis.
Japanese researchers are experimenting with the weirdest SARM we ever came across. Meet S42.
It might be that people who eat lots of paprika or peppers are dramatically reducing their chance of developing Parkinson's disease. Epidemiology.
That is evident form a small human study, that Australian sports scientists have published in Nutrients.
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