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International Journal of Sports Technology, 2020, 1(4); doi: 10.38007/IJST.2020.010402.

Antioxidant Effect of Vitamin in Exercise and the Effect of Physical Supplement


Guido Cortelazzo

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Guido Cortelazzo

School of Media and Communication, University of Westminster, London, England


Vitamins have become an essential trace organic substance in our body. Our daily life depends on eating a lot of fruits and vegetables. With the progress of science and technology, there are a lot of functional drinks and vitamin supplements. The purpose of this paper is to study the antioxidant effect of vitamins in exercise. Twenty mice with similar state and good exercise ability were selected as the research objects. The mice were divided into control group and vitamin supplement observation group. The mice in the observation group were given vitamin supplement before the competition, while the mice in the control group were not supplemented with vitamin. Put some exercise equipment in the space of mice, make the mice do the same exercise under our guidance, and observe the effect of vitamin supplementation on the body function of mice. Some mice were given vitamin supplement after the competition. The antioxidant effect of vitamins in exercise and the effect of physical supplement were compared and analyzed according to the test results. At the same time, the oxygen consumption in the space of mice and the antioxidant effect in mice were detected to observe the state of mice. The results showed that the exercise time of the mice with vitamin supplement before the competition was 15 minutes longer than that of the control group, and the recovery time of the mice with vitamin supplement after the competition was 10 minutes faster than that of the mice without vitamin supplement. Vitamin is the best for the physical recovery of mice, which is 10 minutes after vitamin supplement or 30 minutes before exercise. Therefore, the antioxidant effect of vitamins in exercise is obvious and the physical supplement is fast.


Human Vitamins, Antioxidant Effect, Exercise Consumption, Physical Supplement

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Guido Cortelazzo. Antioxidant Effect of Vitamin in Exercise and the Effect of Physical Supplement. International Journal of Sports Technology (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 4: 14-25. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJST.2020.010402.


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