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|Nitrate-containing beetroot juice reduces oxygen consumption during submaximal exercise in low but not high aerobically fit male runners|
|Colin R. Carriker, Roger A. Vaughan, Trisha A. VanDusseldorp, Kelly E. Johnson, Nicholas M. Beltz, James J. McCormick, Nathan H. Cole, Ann L. Gibson|
Phys Act Nutr. 2016;20(4):27-34. Published online December 31, 2016
Is beetroot juice more effective than sodium nitrate? The effects of equimolar nitrate dosages of nitrate-rich beetroot juice and sodium nitrate on oxygen consumption during exercise
Nitrate-rich beetroot juice offsets salivary acidity following carbohydrate ingestion before and after endurance exercise in healthy male runners
Dietary nitrate supplementation
Does Consumption of Nitrate Containing Beetroot Juice Affect Indoor Rowing Performance in Males and Females?
Beetroot juice supplementation reduces whole body oxygen consumption but does not improve indices of mitochondrial efficiency in human skeletal muscle
Pharmacokinetics of Nitrate and Nitrite Following Beetroot Juice Drink Consumption
Beetroot juice supplementation reduces the oxygen cost of exercisewithoutimproving mitochondrial efficiency: but how?
Sustaining elevated levels of nitrite in the oral cavity through consumption of nitrate-rich beetroot juice in young healthy adults reduces salivary pH
Energy compensation after an aerobic exercise session in high-fat/low-fit and low-fat/high-fit young male subjects
Prior heavy exercise eliminates slow component and reduces efficiency during submaximal exercise in humans