First UK double blind research trial to test ASEA with cyclists
I’ve been helping set up Europe’s first independent double blind randomized clinical trial at Hull University to test ASEA and the exciting news is that the research will be taking place very soon. ASEA is conducting its own double blind research led by Dr David Nieman at the Appalachian University and I will post more information about these trials shortly.
Athletes will be interested to hear that the team of sports science researchers at Hull will be testing ASEA with a group of cyclists. As was shown in previous double blind trials, ASEA appears to improve endurance and recovery, with mice running 29% longer after taking ASEA compared with the placebo.
So if you’re into cycling, running, swimming, triathlons or are involved in other endurance sports, watch this space for the research results later on in the year.
We hope to set up further research projects with ASEA at other British universities, so sports science and clinical researchers, as well as professional athletes are welcome to get in touch. ASEA has been certified by a WADA approved lab as being completely free of all banned substances so is perfect for competitive athletes.