Adaptogens and Sports
(The soviet`s secret weapon)

The father of adaptogens is the physiological pharmacologist, Dr. Israel I. Brekhman. Adaptogens and sports were related mostly during the Olympics Games, however, it was kept as a secret by the Soviets.

Dr. Israel I. Brekhman. worked at the Far East Science Center of the USSR in Vladivostok as head of its Department of Physiology and Pharmacology of Adaptation

The chief nutritional advisor to the Russian Olympic teams, Dr. Sergey Portugalov, and member of the World Anti-Doping Conference said in 1994: Sports have always been a major priority in Russia . . . and for the past ten years, we have primarily focused on achieving results without using drugs.

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One of the most important biological aspects of adaptogens and sports is the successful application for Athletes who are exposed to high levels of physical and nervous system stress (loading).

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It has been proven that the level of energy required to go from full rest to intensive muscular loading can vary as much as ten times, and that adaptogens can adjust the body’s metabolism to reduce stress by reducing the level of stress hormones (cortisol) that can be secreted as a result of muscular activity and nervous system loading.

Although adaptogens and sports are the perfect marriage because exercise can decrease stress levels overall, and can provide a long-term relaxing effect on both the mind and body, in truth, physical activity is interpreted by the body as a stressful event manifested by increased pulse, respiratory rate, sweating, and blood pressure – athletes can seriously benefit from supplementing with Adaptogens Herbs such as:Rhodiola Siberian Ginseng. Schizandra, Maca, Tribulus,

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