Influence of an orally effective superoxide dismutase (glisodin) on strenuous exercise induced changes of blood antioxidant enzymes and plasma lactate

These results suggest that exhausting exercise is responsible for a significant increase in blood TAS, SOD, GR and Lac and a 4-week administration of the newly developed oral SOD induces a significant change in oxidative status and a significant decrease in exercise-induced lactate release.