INVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT DOSES OF OMEGA-3 SUPPLEMENTATION ON PRE-INFLAMMATORY AND POST-TRAUMATIC CPR INDEX SWALLOWING ONE SESSION OF RESISTANCE TRAINING IN INACTIVE WOMENJournal: Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IAJPS) (Vol.04, No. 07)
Publication Date: 2017-07-12
Authors : Shahla Hojjat; Alireza Rahimi; Sahar Yadi;
Page : 1878-1882
Keywords : Omega-3; CRP; Resistance Training; Untrained Women.;
CPR inflammatory index is closely associated with the incidence of cardiovascular disease, which can affect the response to this indicator. The main objective of the present study was investigating the effect of different doses of omega-3 supplementation on pre-inflammatory and post-traumatic CPR index following one session of resistance training in passive women. In this study, 40 patients with inactive women in Karaj, with an average age of 28.16±2.45 years, height 161.58±3.45 cm and weight 59.97±4/30 kg, randomly targeted in four groups of 10 patients (dose groups 2000, 3000, 4000 and placebo) were enrolled. Initially, the subjects participated in a place of resistance training and then practice immediately and 24 hours after their blood samples to estimate the rate of 5cc, CRP serum was used (pre-test). After a period of thirty days omega-3 supplementation in the form of two doses of thousand mg (for 2000), three doses of thousand mg (for 3000), and four doses of thousand mg (for 4000) per day received in capsule form. During this period, the control group received omega-3 free capsules. One day after the supplementation period, the test subjects were taken. For data analysis used from SPSS version 18. The results showed that omega-3 supplementation at a dose of 2000 no significant effect on the level of CRP in women, disabled, immediately after resistance exercise had (P>0.05). But the effect of supplementation with doses of 3000 and 4000 had a significant effect on the level of CRP in non-active women immediately and 24 hours after a resistance training (P<0.05). The effects of doses higher than the dose in 2000 was 3000 and 4000. According to the results, we can say that omega-3 supplementation for a month with a daily intake of 3000 or 4000mg/day for disabled women to be effective. Key Words: Omega-3, CRP, Resistance Training, Untrained Women.
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