Containing Gamma Oryzanol, which is a plant sterol derived from Rice Bran. Equine studies have shown that supplementing thoroughbred diets with Gamma Oryzanol helps to prevent exercise-induced muscle damage during training preparation for racing season. The study found a significant decrease in post-exercise creatinine kinase and blood lactate activity from the Gamma Oryzanol supplemented horses. Preliminary studies have shown that gamma oryzanol may even help with muscle building [2,3]
Antioxidants have the ability to inactivate free radicals with in cells. Without the help of antioxidants free radicals can cause damage to the cell membranes. Gamma Oryzanol acts as a potent antioxidant. A laboratory study found that gamma-oryzanol was more than four times as effective at stopping tissue oxidation (caused by free radicals) than vitamin E. [4,5]
Another study looking into the effects of Gamma Oryzanol supplementation on the reproduction in stallions suggested that Gamma Oryzanol increased the total antioxidant potential of the semen. In addition, higher membrane functionality and motility was detected, possibly due to antioxidant protection preventing lipid peroxidation of sperm membranes or attributable to improved membrane fluidity.
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