REISHI MUSHROOM – ANTI-OXIDATION, ANTI-FATIGUE AND BUILDING UP ENDURANCE
Taking Reishi helps to build up endurance.
Have you noticed that more and more people are taking part in the bicycle long march, marathon and triathlon? “Keeping fit” or “losing weight” is no longer the only reason for their exercise. “Challenging themselves” or “exploring the limit” through the distance, speed and difficulty during exercise has become another ultimate pursuit in life.
However, people often ignore that intense exercise will produce a lot of free radicals. When the body’s antioxidant enzymes such as superoxide dismutase SOD that scavenges free radicals are not enough to deal with free radicals, it will cause harm to the body. These oxidative damages may not be seen or felt in a short period of time, but if they are not stopped or reduced in time, they will accumulate over time. In addition to causing excessive fatigue and affecting sports performance, it may also cause the immune system function to decline, or even It’s easy for people to overwork their body at a certain age earlier than you expected. It will manifest itself as some form of the disease, the decline in organ function or aging of appearance or physical fitness.
Therefore, no matter what kind of extreme sports practice you want to pass through is your dream, in addition to maintaining good physical fitness, you must also take into account long-term physical health. At the same time, Ganoderma lucidum, which can resist oxidation, reduce fatigue, reduce hypoxia, enhance endurance and boost the immune system, can be your good helper.
In order to understand the effect of Ganoderma lucidum on long-term high-intensity exercise, scientists designed the so-called “depletion exercise” experiment, that is, feeding mice with Ganoderma lucidum for about a month, and then keeping them running or swimming until they can’t run or swim at all, and draw ing their blood to check the relevant indicators in the blood to assess the degree of their fatigue.
Several experiments found that compared with mice who did not eat Ganoderma lucidum, those mice fed with Reishi mushroom in advance had better free radical scavenging ability, which significantly reduced damage to liver and muscles, endowed them with better fatigue resistance and better endurance – these mice fed with Reishi mushroom can continue to exercise for a long time before they give up.