To verify the benefcial efects of Nanobubbles water curcumin extract (NCE) supplementation on health promotion and to demonstrate the application of NCE in reducing the risk of musculoskeletal injury.
In the current study, 12 females were randomly assigned to NCE (15g/day) and maltodextrin groups. Performance and related body composition were evaluated at 2 time points?presupplementation (pre-) and afer 4 weeks of postsupplementation (post-). Te posttest consists of a set of biochemical parameters for antifatigue activity and injury status evaluation.
NCE group exhibited signifcantly lower levels of alanine aminotransferase (ALT), alkaline phosphatase (ALP), triglycerides (TG), and higher high-density lipoprotein (HDL) afer a 4-week supplementation, compared with the placebo group. Afer a 15-minute session on the spinning bike, serum lactate and ammonia levels were decreased and glucose was economized in the NEC group. 4-week-NCE supplementation was also able to reduce the peak vertical ground reaction force (PVGRF) during drop jump. Terefore, the risk of musculoskeletal system in lower extremity could be reduced.
We demonstrate that 4-week-NCE supplementation can also be used in explosiveness exercise for better physiological adaptation. Tus, NCE has potential for use with nutrient supplements toward a variety of benefts for athletics.