The purpose of this study was to examine changes in performance and metabolic parameters in collegiate soccer players during preseason preparation and to determine the impact of a nutraceutical blend proposed to reduce oxidative stress.
The efficacy of oral supplementation of GliSODin in reducing the Oxidative Stress in Rats Subjected to γ-radiation
GliSODin could be considered a food supplement in the trials of minimizing oxidative stress disorders due to radiation exposure.
Enhancing the skin’s natural antioxidant enzyme system by the supplementation or Upregulation of Superoxide Dismutase, Catalase, Glutathione Peroxidase
Orally supplemented GliSODin has been shown scientifically to offer a therapeutic means for the prevention and treatment
of many conditions associated with inflammation and oxidative stress
These finding suggests that GliSODin prevents stress-induced impairment of cognitive function and maintains neurogenesis in the hippocampus through antioxidant activity.
Antioxidant supplementation resulted in an increase in SOD levels, confirming the oral bioavailability of the compound in FIV-infected cats.
Could a photobiological test be a suitable method to assess the anti-oxidant effect of a nutritional supplement (Glisodin)?
The photoprotective effect of Glisodin® was studied by Minimal Erythematous Dose (MED) before and after treatment and its efficacy as a treatment of actinic erythema was assessed by biometrological measurements in 49 healthy subjects .
Effects of a cantaloupe melon extract/wheat gliadin (Glisodin) biopolymer during aortic cross-clamping
Pre-treatment with the oral melon extract/gliadin may be a therapeutic option to reduce oxidative cell injury affiliated with aortic cross-clamping
Restored antioxidant circulating capacities in AIDS west african patients receiving an antioxidant nutraceutical Cucumis melon extract rich in superoxide dismutase activity
Patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) present a variety of pathologic alterations that are related to oxidative stress.
Dietary Superoxide Dismutase Protects Against Light–Induced Retinal Oxidative Stress in Young Senescence Accelerated Mice (SAM)
These data suggest that dietary SOD supplementation is efficient to limit retinal oxidative stress by increasing plasma antioxidant capacity
Prevention of inflammation-mediated acquisition of metastatic properties of benign mouse fibrosarcoma cells by administration of an orally available superoxide dismutase.
In this study, we showed inflammation-promoted tumour progression was prevented by administration of a SOD derivative, oxykine.