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Se sei uno sportivo questi oli essenziali possono incrementare la tua performance sportiva

 

La fragranza degli oli essenziali può alleviare allevia la fatica indotta dall’esercizio Per studiare l’effetto degli oli essenziali di Citrus sinensis L., Mentha piperita L., Syzygium aromaticum L. e Rosmarinus officinalis L. sull’esaurimento fisico nei ratti, quarantotto ratti maschi sono stati divisi in modo casuale in diversi gruppi.

Due gruppi sono stati nebulizzati con alcune miscele di oli essenziali mentre altri due sono stati nebulizzati semplicemente con acqua distillata. Dopo la continua inalazione per 3 giorni sono stati misurati alcuni parametri utili per quantificare gli effetti dell’inalazione degli oli essenziali. Tra questi sono sttai inclusi la resistenza in termini di tempo dell’attività fisica, i valori della glicemia e dell’acido lattico (BLA) di azoto ureico (BUN) di superossido dismutasi (SOD) e di glutatione perossidasi (GSH-PX).

I risultati hanno suggerito che l’inalazione di una miscela di oli essenziali potrebbe alleviare la stanchezza indotta dall’esercizio fisico.

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Vladimiro Colombi
Vladimiro Colombi è ritenuto uno dei maggiori esperti in naturopatia. Le sue conoscenze estremamente aggiornate si basano sui più recenti e rivoluzionari studi che hanno analizzato la relazione tra l’alimentazione e i veri meccanismi del metabolismo umano.
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