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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
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Does Consumption of Nitrate Containing Beetroot Juice Affect Indoor Rowing Performance in Males and Females?
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The root of the matter: nitrate‐rich beetroot juice reduces skeletal muscle O 2 uptake during exercise
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