Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry
Online ISSN : 1347-6947
Print ISSN : 0916-8451
Food & Nutrition Science Notes
(−)-Hydroxycitrate Ingestion Increases Fat Oxidation during Moderate Intensity Exercise in Untrained Men
Kyoko TOMITAYasuhide OKUHARANorihiro SHIGEMATSUHeajung SUHKiwon LIM
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67 巻 (2003) 9 号 p. 1999-2001

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  We examined the effects of (−)-Hydroxycitrate (HCA) ingestion on fat oxidation during moderate intensity exercise in untrained men. Six subjects ingested 500 mg of HCA or a placebo for 5 days and did endurance exercise. Blood FFA concentrations were significantly increased and respiratory exchange ratio (RER) decreased by HCA ingestion. These results suggested short-term HCA ingestion increases fat oxidation in untrained men.

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