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Trisodium Phosphate And Exercise

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Tridosium Phosphate is a food additive.

From a webpage titled Is Trisodium Phosphate Bad for You?:

Trisodium phosphate is sometimes taken as a nutritional supplement with the aim of improving performance during exercise and sport. Loading your body with trisodium phosphate can potentially reduce lactic acid buildup in your muscles and increase your power output and maximum oxygen uptake. A 2007 study reported in the "Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport" indicates that trained cyclists performed better in a 16.1-km time trial after loading with trisodium phosphate.

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Dewitt

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CO2 has the same effect and should be much safer.
PUFA avoidance and a high sugar intake should have similar effects too.
 

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