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Effects of Fructose-containing Drinks on Cardiopulmonary Function, Lactate Levels, and Inflammatory Markers during Maximal Exercise Testing
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  • Journal title : Journal of Life Science
  • Volume 25, Issue 7,  2015, pp.819-825
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Life Science
  • DOI : 10.5352/JLS.2015.25.7.819
 Title & Authors
Effects of Fructose-containing Drinks on Cardiopulmonary Function, Lactate Levels, and Inflammatory Markers during Maximal Exercise Testing
Park, Sung-Mo; Kim, Byung-Woo; Kwak, Yi-Sub;
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 Abstract
The use of fructose-containing sports beverage drinks has increased in recent years, especially at sport events, because of their reported ergogenic effects. However, the ingestion of low to moderate doses of caffeinated energy drinks has been associated with adverse side effects such as insomnia or increased nervousness. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of fructose beverage supplementation on cardiopulmonary function, blood lactate levels, and inflammatory reactions. We recruited 8 young adult subjects from D university and measured their cardiopulmonary functions before and after supplementation with sports beverage drinks. We also measured blood lactate and inflammatory reactions after a 20 min recovery period. Exercise time, maximal oxygen uptake (V02max), and AT HRmax were significantly increased (p<0.05) in the period of before and after sports beverage supplementation. However, no significant differences were observed in RPE, AT RER, V02max RER, AT V02max, and maximum heart rate (HRmax). Lactate levels also significantly decreased after 20 min recovery with sports beverage supplementation. Sports beverage supplementation therefore may enhance maximal V02max and increase the exercise duration time. These drinks may also be helpful in promoting rapid recovery of fatigue variables and increasing exercise performance time.
 Keywords
Cardiopulmonary function;fructose beverage;inflammation;lactate;
 Language
Korean
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