Improving Joint Health During a Workout

New research is suggesting that gelatin could boost athletic performance. So, what is this sugar-laced, dyed food packed with almost no vitamins good for? According to a report in The Globe and Mail, “ultrashort bouts of exercise” and daily consumption of gelatin may build stronger tendons, ligaments, bones and cartilage.

Researchers came to this conclusion after conducting a study where subjects either consumed 15 grams of vitamin C-enriched gelatin or a placebo. Gelatin is basically a cooked form of collagen. Collagen is the primary protein in connective tissue, skin and bones; however collagen is an incomplete protein because it lacks the essential amino acid tryptophan.One hour after consumption, the participants jumped rope for six minutes “to stimulate collagen synthesis.”

According to the researchers, their findings suggest that adding collagen to an “intermittent exercise program improves collagen synthesis and could play a beneficial role in injury prevention and tissue repair.”

If you premix vitamin C, any form of gelatin will work just as well as the mix the scientists used in a recent study which showed. And if it contains 15g + of gelatin, consuming this stuff before a workout could indeed make a significant difference for your tendon health and stability/resilien

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