Effect of gender on the metabolic impact of a commercially available thermogenic drink

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Title translated into German:Die Auswirkung des Geschlechts auf die Stoffwechselwirkung eines kommerziell erhältlichen thermogenen Getränks
Author:Dalbo, Vincent J.; Roberts, Michael D.; Stout, Jeffrey R.; Kerksick, Chad M.
Published in:Journal of strength and conditioning research
Published:24 (2010), 6, S. 1633-1642, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:1064-8011, 1533-4287
Keywords:
sex
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title Effect of gender on the metabolic impact of a commercially available thermogenic drink
spellingShingle Effect of gender on the metabolic impact of a commercially available thermogenic drink
Ernährung
Flüssigkeitsaufnahme
Geschlecht
Sportmedizin
Stoffwechsel
title_sort effect of gender on the metabolic impact of a commercially available thermogenic drink
title_short Effect of gender on the metabolic impact of a commercially available thermogenic drink
title_alt Die Auswirkung des Geschlechts auf die Stoffwechselwirkung eines kommerziell erhältlichen thermogenen Getränks
title_alt_lang deu
media_type Gedruckte Ressource
city Colorado Springs
abstract The purpose of this study was to examine the gender effect of daily consumption of a thermogenic drink (TD) containing caffeine, epigallocatechin gallate, and taurine. In a single-blind, matched-pairs, placebo-controlled study, 60 participants (n = 30 men and n = 30 women) were matched in a balanced fashion according to age and body mass. Participants completed determination of body composition, resting energy expenditure (REE), and serum levels of glycerol and free fatty acids before and after ingesting either 336 mL of a TD or a noncaloric, noncaffeinated placebo (PLA). Participants were supplemented daily with 336 mL of either the TD or PLA and repeated identical testing procedures on day 28. Area under the curve (AUC) analysis on days 0 and 28 were calculated for all blood variables (e.g., glycerol and free fatty acids) and analyzed with REE, respiratory exchange ratio, dietary records, and body composition with separate repeated-measure analyses of variance. On days 0 and 28, REE AUC (p < 0.001) was greater in all men compared with in women. Women ingesting the TD had significantly greater free fatty acid AUC values (p = 0.002) when compared with those of men. A significant interaction for glycerol AUC (p = 0.02) revealed greater glycerol concentrations in the male PLA group, which decreased in all other groups from days 0 to 28. The male TD group lost significantly more percent body fat (p = 0.02) than did the female PLA group. The popularity of thermogenic drinks to promote weight loss and body composition changes has grown exponentially. Gender differences after drink ingestion may impact the resulting adaptations and how successful their inclusion impacts weight loss and body-composition changes in those following a regular diet and exercise program. Verf.-Referat
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author2 Dalbo, Vincent J.
Roberts, Michael D.
Stout, Jeffrey R.
Kerksick, Chad M.
author_facet Dalbo, Vincent J.
Roberts, Michael D.
Stout, Jeffrey R.
Kerksick, Chad M.
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author_author_facet Dalbo, Vincent J.
Roberts, Michael D.
Stout, Jeffrey R.
Kerksick, Chad M.
spelling Dalbo, Vincent J.
Roberts, Michael D.
Stout, Jeffrey R.
Kerksick, Chad M.




1064-8011
1533-4287
1156349-7
Ernährung
Flüssigkeitsaufnahme
Geschlecht
Sportmedizin
Stoffwechsel
fluid intake
metabolism
nutrition
sex
sports medicine
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
Nahrung
Wasseraufnahme
Metabolismus
Stoffhaushalt
Stoffwechsellage
Geschlechtsspezifizität
Geschlechtszugehoerigkeit
Effect of gender on the metabolic impact of a commercially available thermogenic drink
PU201103002291
201103002291
issn 1064-8011
1533-4287
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topic Ernährung
Flüssigkeitsaufnahme
Geschlecht
Sportmedizin
Stoffwechsel
topic_facet Ernährung
Flüssigkeitsaufnahme
Geschlecht
Sportmedizin
Stoffwechsel
topic_en fluid intake
metabolism
nutrition
sex
sports medicine
topic_en_facet fluid intake
metabolism
nutrition
sex
sports medicine
synonym Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
Nahrung
Wasseraufnahme
Metabolismus
Stoffhaushalt
Stoffwechsellage
Geschlechtsspezifizität
Geschlechtszugehoerigkeit
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