Definition: "An ergogenic aid is any substance or phenomenon that enhances performance "
Quercetin has an antiviral effect in vitro, we wrote yesterday. Quercetin may also reduce the risk of virus infections in real people, especially if they train intensively.
Well - it does so in test tubes. Is quercetin an antiviral agent?
Thrombosis, the formation of blood clots that can constrict crucial blood vessels, can be prevented by strength training. Human data.
Endurance training is good for your cholesterol, say medical websites. But according to this American research, strength training can make a difference as well.
Testes cells produce more testosterone after being exposed to an extract of the common dandelion. Would dandelion have the same effect in humans?
Meta-study, published in BMJ.
No, this is not an April Fool's Day prank...
If patients with advanced liver cancer take 3 grams of with the shiitake extract AHCC daily, their chances of survival may increase. Human study. Not sponsored.
You don't have complete control over how well your immune system functions, American psychologists at Carnegie Mellon University discovered.
Carrots protect against prostate cancer, breast cancer and undoubtedly more types of cancer. That's because of the carotenoids in carrots, we thought - until a reader sent us a few studies we didn't know yet...
According to hundreds of websites, men become more attractive to women if they eat celery. It sounds extremely improbable, but according to this German study it is not completely nonsensical.
If pharmacological antidepressants do not work well, mildly depressed patients may benefit from supplementation with S-adenosylmethionine and betaine. Human data.
If there is anyone who knows how to protect yourself from the coronavirus, it is Sheldon Cohen. As early as 1991, he published a human study that showed how avoiding stress reduces the chances of becoming infected with a coranavirus.
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