Does Vitamin C and E Supplementation Impair the Favorable Adaptations of Regular Exercise?

@inproceedings{Nikolaidis2012DoesVC,
  title={Does Vitamin C and E Supplementation Impair the Favorable Adaptations of Regular Exercise?},
  author={Michalis G. Nikolaidis and Chad M Kerksick and Manfred Lamprecht and Steven R. McAnulty},
  booktitle={Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity},
  year={2012}
}
The detrimental outcomes associated with unregulated and excessive production of free radicals remains a physiological concern that has implications to health, medicine and performance. Available evidence suggests that physiological adaptations to exercise training can enhance the body's ability to quench free radicals and circumstantial evidence exists to suggest that key vitamins and nutrients may provide additional support to mitigate the untoward effects associated with increased free… CONTINUE READING
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