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Effect of exercise intensity on body nitrogen loss and nitrogen balance during short-term exercise training



Effect of exercise intensity on body nitrogen loss and nitrogen balance during short-term exercise training



Nippon Eiyo Shokuryo Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japanese Society of Nutrition and Food Science 44(6): 507-511



The effect of exercise intensity on urinary nitrogen excretion (UN), dermal nitrogen loss (DN) and nitrogen balance (NB) was determined in 3 periods, a control (C) or at 60% VO2max (60%E) or 80% VO2max exercise (80%E). Exercise for 30 min was conducted with a bicycle ergometer twice daily. UN values were of the order 80%E>C>60%E on average, but showed no significant differences. DN values were significantly higher at 60 and 80%E compared with that in the C period.

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