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Effect of Spatone Supplement on Endurance Capacity and Inflammatory Cytokines in a Rapid Weight Control Program in University Wrestlers: A Pilot Study

Journal of Medicinal Food 2018년 21권 8호 p.832 ~ 839
성준영, 박석, 임순길, 이선경, 강덕모, 이민기, 김희재,
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성준영 ( Sung Jun-Young ) - Yongin University College of Physical Education Department of Physical Education
박석 ( Park Sok ) - Kwangwoon University Department of Sports and Leisure Studies
임순길 ( Lim Soon-Gill ) - Yongin University College of Physical Education Department of Physical Education
이선경 ( Lee Sun-Kyung ) - Sookmyung Women’s University Department of Physical Education
강덕모 ( Kang Deuk-Mo ) - Sejong University Department of Physical Education
이민기 ( Lee Min-Ki ) - Konju National University Department of Physical Education
김희재 ( Kim Hee-Jae ) - Seoul National University Institute of Sport Science

Abstract


In this pilot study, we investigated the effect of spatone, a naturally occurring mineral water supplement, on endurance capacity and inflammatory cytokines in wrestlers undergoing a rapid weight control program. Nine amateur university wrestlers participated and were randomly divided into placebo- and spatone-treated groups. The study used a crossover design, including a 4-week washout period. The rapid weight control program was focused on body weight loss, while maintaining their athletic performance (muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance). The initial body weight was 87.19?±?2.45?kg in the spatone-treated group and 86.60?±?3.01?kg in the placebo group. After the rapid weight control program, the body weight decreased to 83.56?±?2.71?kg (4.21% decrease) in the spatone-treated group and 82.95?±?2.97?kg (4.16% decrease) in the placebo group. However, there were no significant differences in body weight or body composition between placebo- and spatone-treated groups. Endurance capacity improved significantly in terms of VO2max and lactate accumulation after spatone supplement. The interleukin (IL)-10, tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha, and IL-6 concentrations were not altered with spatone treatment or placebo in the rapid weight-loss condition; however, a positive relationship (R?=?0.643, P?=?.023) was observed between the change in IL-6 and VO2max. Thus, our results are consistent with prior studies in that spatone supplementation could protect against iron loss induced by intense training, considering that spatone affects the modulation of inflammatory cytokines and exercise capacity. These preliminary results serve to facilitate the planning for the nutritional application of spatone with their exercise program for wrestlers.

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inflammation; iron; rapid weight control; spatone; wrestler

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