According to a review in Respiratory Medicine, dietary supplementation with nitrate-rich beetroot juice could be used to support lung health and function in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
A new systematic review observes that combining beetroot juice (BJ) with nutritional supplements, including caffeine, nitrate (NIT), and citrulline (CIT), may provide a synergistic effect to improve exercise performance.
Canadian researchers have determined via a meta analysis that nitrate supplementation may be beneficial in some aspects of endurance sports, but caution that the data supporting the notion is mediocre at best.
Consuming just one cup of leafy green vegetables daily could boost muscle function a study says, which thinks high nitrate consumption is a way to promote lower-limb muscle strength and physical function.
Sodium bicarbonate and beta‐alanine show promise in enhancing High‐Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) adaptations, a review finds, as it calls for more studies to validate caffeine and creatine’s ‘potential benefits.’