Effect of Resistance Exercise on Iron Status in Moderately Iron-Deficient Rats

@article{Fujii2011EffectOR,
  title={Effect of Resistance Exercise on Iron Status in Moderately Iron-Deficient Rats},
  author={Takako Ueki Fujii and Tsuyoshi Asai and Tatsuhiro Matsuo and Koji Okamura},
  journal={Biological Trace Element Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={144},
  pages={983-991}
}
Resistance exercise increases heme synthesis in the bone marrow, but it does not improve the hemoglobin status in severe iron-deficient rats on a diet containing less than 5 mg iron/kg. The current study investigated whether resistance exercise could mitigate hemoglobin status via increasing heme synthesis in moderately iron-deficient rats. Male 4-week-old Sprague–Dawley rats were fed an iron-deficient diet containing 12 mg iron/kg for 3 weeks. The rats were divided into two groups: a sedentary… CONTINUE READING
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