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Dr. John Pierce - Maximizing Your Workout with Antioxidants

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THE DOCTOR IS IN
BY DR. JOHN J. PIERCE, D.O.
SUMMER’S COMING
MAXIMIZE YOUR WORKOUT WITH ANTIOXIDANTS

Antioxidants play an important role when it comes to making the most of our training.  They are the superheroes of the supplement family and considered the front line of defense against free radicals, which can cause cell damage.  Antioxidants help to prevent injuries while aiding in your body’s natural recovery process.  They also help decrease fatigue and improve performance and body composition while training (not to mention, they help to reduce the aging process).

VITAMIN B

When you exercise, your body uses Vitamin B.  It is the energy vitamin, playing an important role in the natural process your body uses to transfer energy from food to the body.  Vitamin B is a necessary supplement to take in order to maximize your workout.  Without enough, you will end up fatigued and unable to perform your very best.

VITAMIN E, VITAMIN C, SELENIUM, GREEN TEA, REDUCED GLUTATHIONE AND N-ACETYL-CYSTEINE (NAC)

Exercising can cause oxidative stress, creating inflammation and fatigue.  Antioxidants like Vitamin E can reduce inflammation and aid in injury prevention and treatment, as well as antioxidants Selenium, Green Tea, Reduced Glutathione, NAC, and Vitamin C.  400-mg Vitamin C daily has been shown to reduce post exercise pain and inflammation.

CALCIUM

It has been shown that calcium can play a key role in body weight regulation (most importantly fat metabolism—possibly affecting energy use and appetite suppression).  Some studies have shown high intake of calcium supplementation to hinder weight and fat regain, yet when calcium was increased via dairy, this did not hold true.

CHROMIUM

Chromium is considered the fat burner, in that it helps to increase insulin sensitivity, giving your body the ability to burn off body fat.  Chromium Picolinate has been shown to aid in achieving an optimum body muscle mass composition. 

ZINC

Many people are Zinc deficient, which can be problematic for athletes, since it affects more than 100 fundamentally important enzymes covering almost every body function.  By supplementing with Zinc, one can increase the secretion of growth hormone and IGF-I, as well as testosterone plasma and sperm count. 

MAGNESIUM

Magnesium is the number one mineral deficiency that is seen.  Therefore it is important to get your magnesium level checked.  Magnesium supplementation has been shown to increase protein synthesis and strength.

POTASSIUM

Athletes can greatly reduce their Potassium levels while working out through loss of electrolytes from sweating.  Even mild Potassium deficiency can lessen your performance due to fatigue, and extreme deficiency can lead to cardiac problems.

ALPHA LIPOIC ACID

ALA is a wonderful anti-inflammatory.  It also aids in maintaining, repairing and regenerating musculoskeletal tissues, while recycling other antioxidants like Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Glutathione.  

Vitamin Supplementation can be tricky, with a lot of advice out there and most of it unfounded and without regulation.  It is strongly advised to discuss supplementation with your physician.

Dr. John J. Pierce specializes in helping his patients feel at their best, by first performing a complete blood workup for vitamin deficiencies, and possibly supplementing to maximize not just your workout, but to help you feel your very best. 

Dr. John J. Pierce - Ageless Forever Anti-Aging and Longevity Clinic is located at 6020 S. Rainbow Blvd. Suite C  Las Vegas, NV  89118 • 702-8381994 • AgelessForever.net

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