There are often discrepancies in the results of various studies in the field of exercise and herbal supplements.
The aim of this study was to combine the contradictory results of several studies on the effectiveness of ginger supplement on lipid peroxidation in exercise.
This meta-analysis consists of a total of 3 eligible studies selected from among the 6 studies in this field. All of the case-control studies were human and assessed the effectiveness of supplementation with zinger before exercise on malondialdehyde values.
Regarding the non significant significance of P in the I2 index, a fixed effect model was used. Statistical analysis of the results was performed using CMA software version 2 and the effect size was calculated by standardized mean difference (SMD). In total, 7 effect sizes were observed in these studies, which had 7 negative effects. Based on the results, in the study of the effect of ginger, the mean size of SMD effects on malondialdehyde (-67.66) was statistically significant (P≤0.01), but there was a significant difference between the mean size of the effects of type of intervention on malondialdehyde was not observed.
Based on the compilation of the results of the studies, it can be concluded that the responses to exercise with Zinger supplement indicate that there is probably an anxiolytic defense mechanism against the oxidative stress caused by the appropriate response exercise and the use of this supplement Has led to a more efficient anti-oxidation device.
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