Effects of Oral Supplementation With Plant Superoxide Dismutase Extract on Selected Redox Parameters and an Inflammatory Marker in a 2,000-m Rowing-Ergometer Test

supplementation with an extract rich in SOD activity promoted antioxidant status and protected against increased inflammation in the serum of professional rowers but had no effect on oxidative damage induced by exhaustive exercise.

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.