White Paper on the Effect of an Immune-Supporting Supplement, ASEA, on Athletic Performance based on a Pilot VO2max Test

Abstract

The objectives of the pilot study are to (1) confirm the general observation that an immune-supporting supplement, ASEATM, has an effect on athletic performance and (2) determine the specific physiological parameters: Heart Rates (HR), volume of O2 inspired (VO2), volume of CO2 expired (VCO2), volume of expired gas (VE), Respiration Rate (RR), Respiratory Exchange Ratio (RER), Aerobic Threshold (AeT), Anaerobic Threshold (AT), VO2max and Ventilatory Threshold (VT)that are affected by oral ingestion of this supplement during both the aerobic and anaerobic phases of exercise.

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@inproceedings{Samuelson2010WhitePO, title={White Paper on the Effect of an Immune-Supporting Supplement, ASEA, on Athletic Performance based on a Pilot VO2max Test}, author={Gary Lee Samuelson}, year={2010} }