L-arginine reduces exercise-induced increase in plasma lactate and ammonia.

@article{Schaefer2002LarginineRE,
  title={L-arginine reduces exercise-induced increase in plasma lactate and ammonia.},
  author={Andreas Schaefer and François Piquard and Bernard G{\'e}ny and St{\'e}phane Doutreleau and Eliane Lampert and Bertrand Mettauer and Jean Lonsdorfer},
  journal={International journal of sports medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={403-7}
}
To investigate the effect of L-arginine supplementation (L-ARG) on physiological and metabolic changes during exercise, we determined in a double-blind study the cardiorespiratory (heart rate, oxygen consumption (VO(2)) and carbon dioxide production (VCO(2)) and the metabolic (lactate and ammonia) responses to maximal exercise after either an intravenous L-ARG hydrochloride salt or placebo load in 8 healthy subjects. Exercise-induced increases in heart rate, VO(2) and VCO(2) were not… CONTINUE READING
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