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Resveratrol blunts the positive effects of exercise training on cardiovascular health in aged men

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Resveratrol blunts the positive effects of exercise training on cardiovascular health in aged men. / Hybholt, Lasse Gliemann; Schmidt, Jakob Friis; Olesen, Jesper; Biensø, Rasmus Sjørup; Peronard, Sebastian Louis; Grandjean, Simon Udsen; Mortensen, Stefan Peter; Nyberg, Michael Permin; Bangsbo, Jens; Pilegaard, Henriette; Hellsten, Ylva.

I: Journal of Physiology, Bind 591, Nr. 20, 2013, s. 5047-5059.

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Hybholt, LG, Schmidt, JF, Olesen, J, Biensø, RS, Peronard, SL, Grandjean, SU, Mortensen, SP, Nyberg, MP, Bangsbo, J, Pilegaard, H & Hellsten, Y 2013, 'Resveratrol blunts the positive effects of exercise training on cardiovascular health in aged men', Journal of Physiology, bind 591, nr. 20, s. 5047-5059. https://doi.org/10.1113/jphysiol.2013.258061

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Hybholt, L. G., Schmidt, J. F., Olesen, J., Biensø, R. S., Peronard, S. L., Grandjean, S. U., ... Hellsten, Y. (2013). Resveratrol blunts the positive effects of exercise training on cardiovascular health in aged men. Journal of Physiology, 591(20), 5047-5059. https://doi.org/10.1113/jphysiol.2013.258061

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Hybholt LG, Schmidt JF, Olesen J, Biensø RS, Peronard SL, Grandjean SU o.a. Resveratrol blunts the positive effects of exercise training on cardiovascular health in aged men. Journal of Physiology. 2013;591(20):5047-5059. https://doi.org/10.1113/jphysiol.2013.258061

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Hybholt, Lasse Gliemann ; Schmidt, Jakob Friis ; Olesen, Jesper ; Biensø, Rasmus Sjørup ; Peronard, Sebastian Louis ; Grandjean, Simon Udsen ; Mortensen, Stefan Peter ; Nyberg, Michael Permin ; Bangsbo, Jens ; Pilegaard, Henriette ; Hellsten, Ylva. / Resveratrol blunts the positive effects of exercise training on cardiovascular health in aged men. I: Journal of Physiology. 2013 ; Bind 591, Nr. 20. s. 5047-5059.

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abstract = "Aging is thought to be associated with decreased vascular function partly due to oxidative stress. Resveratrol is a polyphenol, which, in animal studies has been shown to decrease atherosclerosis, improve cardiovascular health and physical capacity, in part through its effects on Sirtuin 1 signaling and through an improved antioxidant capacity. We tested the hypothesis that resveratrol supplementation enhances training-induced improvements in cardiovascular health parameters in aged men. Twenty-seven healthy physically inactive aged men (age: 65 ± 1 years; BMI: 25.4 ± 0.7 kg/m2; MAP: 95.8 ± 2.2 mmHg; maximal oxygen uptake: 2488 ± 72 ml O2 min-1) were randomized into 8 weeks of either daily intake of either 250 mg trans resveratrol (n = 14) or of placebo (n = 13) concomitant with high-intensity exercise training. Exercise training lead to a 45{\%} greater (P <0.05) increase in maximal oxygen uptake in the placebo group than in the resveratrol group and to a decrease in MAP in the placebo group only (-4.8 ± 1.7 mmHg; P <0.05). The interstitial level of vasodilator prostacyclin was lower in the resveratrol than in the placebo group after training (980 ± 90 versus 1174 ± 121 pg ml-1; P <0.02) and muscle TBX synthase was higher in the resveratrol group after training (P <0.05). Resveratrol administration also abolished the positive effects of exercise on LDL, TC/HDL ratio and triglycerides concentrations in blood (P <0.05). Resveratrol did not potentiate the effect of exercise training on atherosclerosis marker VCAM-1. Sirtuin 1 protein levels were not affected by resveratrol supplementation. These findings indicate that, whereas exercise training effectively improves several cardiovascular health parameters in aged men, concomitant resveratrol supplementation blunts most of these effects.",
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T1 - Resveratrol blunts the positive effects of exercise training on cardiovascular health in aged men

AU - Hybholt, Lasse Gliemann

AU - Schmidt, Jakob Friis

AU - Olesen, Jesper

AU - Biensø, Rasmus Sjørup

AU - Peronard, Sebastian Louis

AU - Grandjean, Simon Udsen

AU - Mortensen, Stefan Peter

AU - Nyberg, Michael Permin

AU - Bangsbo, Jens

AU - Pilegaard, Henriette

AU - Hellsten, Ylva

N1 - CURIS 2013 NEXS 156

PY - 2013

Y1 - 2013

N2 - Aging is thought to be associated with decreased vascular function partly due to oxidative stress. Resveratrol is a polyphenol, which, in animal studies has been shown to decrease atherosclerosis, improve cardiovascular health and physical capacity, in part through its effects on Sirtuin 1 signaling and through an improved antioxidant capacity. We tested the hypothesis that resveratrol supplementation enhances training-induced improvements in cardiovascular health parameters in aged men. Twenty-seven healthy physically inactive aged men (age: 65 ± 1 years; BMI: 25.4 ± 0.7 kg/m2; MAP: 95.8 ± 2.2 mmHg; maximal oxygen uptake: 2488 ± 72 ml O2 min-1) were randomized into 8 weeks of either daily intake of either 250 mg trans resveratrol (n = 14) or of placebo (n = 13) concomitant with high-intensity exercise training. Exercise training lead to a 45% greater (P <0.05) increase in maximal oxygen uptake in the placebo group than in the resveratrol group and to a decrease in MAP in the placebo group only (-4.8 ± 1.7 mmHg; P <0.05). The interstitial level of vasodilator prostacyclin was lower in the resveratrol than in the placebo group after training (980 ± 90 versus 1174 ± 121 pg ml-1; P <0.02) and muscle TBX synthase was higher in the resveratrol group after training (P <0.05). Resveratrol administration also abolished the positive effects of exercise on LDL, TC/HDL ratio and triglycerides concentrations in blood (P <0.05). Resveratrol did not potentiate the effect of exercise training on atherosclerosis marker VCAM-1. Sirtuin 1 protein levels were not affected by resveratrol supplementation. These findings indicate that, whereas exercise training effectively improves several cardiovascular health parameters in aged men, concomitant resveratrol supplementation blunts most of these effects.

AB - Aging is thought to be associated with decreased vascular function partly due to oxidative stress. Resveratrol is a polyphenol, which, in animal studies has been shown to decrease atherosclerosis, improve cardiovascular health and physical capacity, in part through its effects on Sirtuin 1 signaling and through an improved antioxidant capacity. We tested the hypothesis that resveratrol supplementation enhances training-induced improvements in cardiovascular health parameters in aged men. Twenty-seven healthy physically inactive aged men (age: 65 ± 1 years; BMI: 25.4 ± 0.7 kg/m2; MAP: 95.8 ± 2.2 mmHg; maximal oxygen uptake: 2488 ± 72 ml O2 min-1) were randomized into 8 weeks of either daily intake of either 250 mg trans resveratrol (n = 14) or of placebo (n = 13) concomitant with high-intensity exercise training. Exercise training lead to a 45% greater (P <0.05) increase in maximal oxygen uptake in the placebo group than in the resveratrol group and to a decrease in MAP in the placebo group only (-4.8 ± 1.7 mmHg; P <0.05). The interstitial level of vasodilator prostacyclin was lower in the resveratrol than in the placebo group after training (980 ± 90 versus 1174 ± 121 pg ml-1; P <0.02) and muscle TBX synthase was higher in the resveratrol group after training (P <0.05). Resveratrol administration also abolished the positive effects of exercise on LDL, TC/HDL ratio and triglycerides concentrations in blood (P <0.05). Resveratrol did not potentiate the effect of exercise training on atherosclerosis marker VCAM-1. Sirtuin 1 protein levels were not affected by resveratrol supplementation. These findings indicate that, whereas exercise training effectively improves several cardiovascular health parameters in aged men, concomitant resveratrol supplementation blunts most of these effects.

U2 - 10.1113/jphysiol.2013.258061

DO - 10.1113/jphysiol.2013.258061

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 23878368

VL - 591

SP - 5047

EP - 5059

JO - The Journal of Physiology

JF - The Journal of Physiology

SN - 0022-3751

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