Background: The effect of different physical activity with consumption supplements on the function of body vital systems and decrease free radicals effects is not well known during exercise. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of aerobics exercise (HRmax: 60-65%) with vitamin E on antioxidant status and oxidative stress and cardiovascular risk factors in active male students.          Materials and Methods: 45 normal active male students were randomly divided in to three groups: Exp 1(N=15, mean±SD age=23.8±1.6) Exp 2(N=15, mean±SD age=22.4±2.3) and control III (N=15, mean±SD age=22.9±1.8). The treatment for exercise-supplement included moderate aerobic exercise (HRmax 60-65%) with consumption a 500 mg vitamin E tablet. The treatment for exercise-placebo included exercise above along with a placebo tablet consumed for 8 weeks, 3 sessions per week and session lasted 45 minutes. The variables in the experiment were measured in two stages in the standardized environment of a laboratory. This research performed the Islamic Azad university branch of Tabriz.           Results: The results showed that, there was a significant statistical difference between MAD (p<0.02), CP (p<0.04), TAC (p<0.03), LDL (p<0.03) and Vo2max (p<0.03) in the three groups.          Discussion: In summery performing moderate aerobic exercise (HRmax 60-65%) with consumption Vitamin E may decrease membrane damage and lipid peroxidation, and cardiovascular risk factors."/> Background: The effect of different physical activity with consumption supplements on the function of body vital systems and decrease free radicals effects is not well known during exercise. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of aerobics exercise (HRmax: 60-65%) with vitamin E on antioxidant status and oxidative stress and cardiovascular risk factors in active male students.          Materials and Methods: 45 normal active male students were randomly divided in to three groups: Exp 1(N=15, mean±SD age=23.8±1.6) Exp 2(N=15, mean±SD age=22.4±2.3) and control III (N=15, mean±SD age=22.9±1.8). The treatment for exercise-supplement included moderate aerobic exercise (HRmax 60-65%) with consumption a 500 mg vitamin E tablet. The treatment for exercise-placebo included exercise above along with a placebo tablet consumed for 8 weeks, 3 sessions per week and session lasted 45 minutes. The variables in the experiment were measured in two stages in the standardized environment of a laboratory. This research performed the Islamic Azad university branch of Tabriz.           Results: The results showed that, there was a significant statistical difference between MAD (p<0.02), CP (p<0.04), TAC (p<0.03), LDL (p<0.03) and Vo2max (p<0.03) in the three groups.          Discussion: In summery performing moderate aerobic exercise (HRmax 60-65%) with consumption Vitamin E may decrease membrane damage and lipid peroxidation, and cardiovascular risk factors."/>

Effect of one course exercise with consumption Vitamin E on antioxidant status and Cardiovascular Risk Factors

AUTHORS

Hasan Naghizadeh 1 , * , maryam banparvari 2 , Abbas Salehikia 3

1 Instructor, Department of Physical Education & Sport Sciences, Azad University, Taft, Iran

2 Instructor, Department of Physical Education & Sport Sciences, Sistan and Balouchestan University, School of Psychology, Zahedan, Iran.

3 Instructor, Department of Physical Education & Sport Sciences, Sistan and Balouchestan University, School of Psychology, Zahedan, Iran

How to Cite: Naghizadeh H, banparvari M, Salehikia A. Effect of one course exercise with consumption Vitamin E on antioxidant status and Cardiovascular Risk Factors , Zahedan J Res Med Sci. 2010 ; 12(1):e94350.

ARTICLE INFORMATION

Zahedan Journal of Research in Medical Sciences: 12 (1); e94350
Published Online: February 11, 2010
Article Type: Research Article
Received: July 06, 2009
Accepted: January 03, 2010
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Abstract

Background: The effect of different physical activity with consumption supplements on the function of body vital systems and decrease free radicals effects is not well known during exercise. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of aerobics exercise (HRmax: 60-65%) with vitamin E on antioxidant status and oxidative stress and cardiovascular risk factors in active male students.

 

 

     Materials and Methods: 45 normal active male students were randomly divided in to three groups: Exp 1(N=15, mean±SD age=23.8±1.6) Exp 2(N=15, mean±SD age=22.4±2.3) and control III (N=15, mean±SD age=22.9±1.8). The treatment for exercise-supplement included moderate aerobic exercise (HRmax 60-65%) with consumption a 500 mg vitamin E tablet. The treatment for exercise-placebo included exercise above along with a placebo tablet consumed for 8 weeks, 3 sessions per week and session lasted 45 minutes. The variables in the experiment were measured in two stages in the standardized environment of a laboratory. This research performed the Islamic Azad university branch of Tabriz. 

 

 

     Results: The results showed that, there was a significant statistical difference between MAD (p<0.02), CP (p<0.04), TAC (p<0.03), LDL (p<0.03) and Vo2max (p<0.03) in the three groups.

 

 

     Discussion: In summery performing moderate aerobic exercise (HRmax 60-65%) with consumption Vitamin E may decrease membrane damage and lipid peroxidation, and cardiovascular risk factors.

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