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Mar 9 2014

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SPORTS NUTRITION GUIDE/Minerals, Vitamins & Antioxidants for Athletes 225 Multiple animal and human studies presented at the Brussels conference, show that genestein from soy prevents bone loss’. Dr. Harry Blair at the University of Alabama, for example, reported that genestein specifically reduces formation of osteoclasts, the cells that degrade bone. Dr. John Anderson and team at the University of North Carolina, showed that genestein saves as much bone as an equivalent dose of estradiol (estrogen), and with none of estrogen’s

Mar 9 2014

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SPORTS NUTRITION GUIDE/Minerals, Vitamins & Antioxidants for Athletes 187 Most dangerous are the end-organ hormones at the bottom of the cascade, androgens and estrogens. They act directly on tissue to cause growth, therefore require the greatest control. With much of the curĀ¬rent stimulation of the hormone cascade by athletes, and the huge practice of illicit hormone use, that vital control is non-existent. Many physicians, for example, will prescribe testosterone to masters athletes to bring their testosterone up to youthful levels,

Mar 9 2014

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SPORTS NUTRITION GUIDE/Minerals, Vitamins & Antioxidants for Athletes 137 Unfortunately, we still don’t have a good measure of pyridoxine status, and little idea of what amount might be optimal for athletes. The Colgan Institute uses erythrocyte glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase (EGOT) activity in the presence and absence of pyridoxa1-5-phosphate. Athletes seem to be O.K. at an activity coefficient of 1.25 or less. But science still has a way to go to develop a definitive test.” Deciding how much pyridoxine athletes need