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Research on the Effect of Anti-fatigue Refreshing Drink Supplement on Blood Glucose in Exercise

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The effect of anti-fatigue refreshing drinks on blood glucose in the body exercise is understood to provide the basis for screening efficient anti-fatigue refreshing drinks. The double blind method and self-contrasted method are used to test the quantitative load exercises of 24 healthy and male college students majoring in the long-distance race and within 5 min after the exercise, individual supplement of high and low-concentration anti-fatigue refreshing drinks is conducted and an hour later, the physical fitness test for 12-min long-distance race is carried out. After the subjects supplement refreshing drinks D_1, D_2, D_3 and D_4, blood glucose response is the most obvious between 0.5 and 1.0 h and there is significant difference between high-concentration drinks and low-concentration drinks; after the same supplement, no significant difference exists for subjective sensation of physical ability; after the supplement of high-concentration refreshing drinks, the heart rate recovers quickly and there is no significant difference between two drinks; after the subjects supplement refreshing drinks D_1, D_2, D_3 and D_4, the physical fitness test for runners is conducted for 12 min, with results showing that there is no significant difference between refreshing drinks D_1, D_2, D_3 and D_4. After the quantitative load operation for individual, refreshing drinks D_1, D_2, D_3 and D_4 facilitate the blood glucose response and heart rate recovery after exercise and the recovery effect of high-concentration drinks is stronger than that of low-concentration drinks, but there is no significant difference between both refreshing drinks.

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