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These changes occur slowly over time and appear to parallel other adaptations to exercise. Several interesting concepts have emerged from these types of experimental studies. For extremely demanding races such as an ultradistance event , or when adapting to high altitude, consider taking a vitamin E supplement to IU, approximately 10 times the RDA per day for several weeks up to and following the race. Antioxidants supplements were once thought to be harmless but increasingly we are becoming aware of interactions and potential toxicity. Preventing cancer and heart disease -- do antioxidants help? The body cannot manufacture these micronutrients so they must be supplied in the diet. The diet may supply enough vitamin E in most athletes, but some may require supplementation. This greatly increases the generation of free radicals, prompting concern about enhanced damage to muscles and other tissues. Because beta-carotene is converted to vitamin A by the body there is no set requirement. These measurements have been performed in athletes under a variety of conditions. Cells may function poorly or die if this occurs. What follows is only the tip of the iceberg in this dynamic and interesting subject. Do athletes need to take extra antioxidants? This will ensure that you are developing your inherent antioxidant systems and that your diet is providing the necessary components. Therefore from a public health perspective it is premature to make recommendations regarding antioxidant supplements and disease prevention. Vitamin A has no antioxidant properties and can be quite toxic when taken in excess.

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Antioxidants are also thought to have a role in slowing the aging process and preventing heart disease and strokes, but the data is still inconclusive. The purpose of this article is to serve as a beginners guide to what antioxidants are and to briefly review their role in exercise and general health. Can antioxidant supplements prevent exercise induced damage or enhance recovery from exercise? Although difficult to generalize, this finding suggests that supplementation with vitamin E might be beneficial in those triathletes who are adapting to higher elevations. Taking chemicals without a complete understanding of all of their effects may disrupt this balance. These measurements have been performed in athletes under a variety of conditions. There is no firm data to support the use of increased amounts of the other antioxidants. Preventing cancer and heart disease -- do antioxidants help? Also, very little is known about the long term consequences of megadoses of antioxidants. This is an important finding because it shows how smart the body is about adapting to the demands of exercise. Prospects for the use of antioxidant therapies. Journal of Nutrition 3 suppl: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. Although it is well known that vitamin deficiencies can create difficulties in training and recovery, the role of antioxidant supplementation in a well nourished athlete is controversial. Several interesting concepts have emerged from these types of experimental studies. This has lead to the theory that these diets contain substances, possibly antioxidants, which protect against the development of cancer. The body cannot manufacture these micronutrients so they must be supplied in the diet.

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To prevent free radical damage the body has a defense system of antioxidants. Thus far, none of the large, well designed studies have shown that dietary supplementation with extra antioxidants reduces the risk of developing cancer. Recommendations Follow a balanced training program that emphasizes regular exercise and eat 5 servings of fruit or vegetables per day. Antioxidants supplements were once thought to be harmless but increasingly we are becoming aware of interactions and potential toxicity. Thus, the "weekend warrior" who is predominantly sedentary during the week but engages in vigorous bouts of exercise during the weekend may be doing more harm than good. The purpose of this article is to serve as a beginners guide to what antioxidants are and to briefly review their role in exercise and general health. For extremely demanding races such as an ultradistance event , or when adapting to high altitude, consider taking a vitamin E supplement to IU, approximately 10 times the RDA per day for several weeks up to and following the race. The question that arises is, how effectively can athletes defend against the increased free radicals resulting from exercise? Vitamin A has no antioxidant properties and can be quite toxic when taken in excess. This greatly increases the generation of free radicals, prompting concern about enhanced damage to muscles and other tissues. Although there are several enzyme systems within the body that scavenge free radicals, the principle micronutrient vitamin antioxidants are vitamin E, beta-carotene, and vitamin C. There is currently intense scientific investigation into this topic. New data from ongoing studies will be available in the next few years and will shed more light on this constantly evolving area. A placebo controlled study done on mountaineers demonstrated less free radical damage and decline in anaerobic threshold in those athletes supplemented with vitamin E. The scientific community has begun to unveil some of the mysteries surrounding this topic, and the media has begun whetting our thirst for knowledge. Exercise and oxidative damage Endurance exercise can increase oxygen utilization from 10 to 20 times over the resting state. Their chief danger comes from the damage they can do when they react with important cellular components such as DNA, or the cell membrane. Preventing cancer and heart disease -- do antioxidants help? These measurements have been performed in athletes under a variety of conditions. Although it is well known that vitamin deficiencies can create difficulties in training and recovery, the role of antioxidant supplementation in a well nourished athlete is controversial.