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Latest ArmourBite Mouthpiece study shows significant reduction in cortisol.

According to a new study published in the Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research (October 2011), an ArmourBite® Mouthpiece can significantly lower an athlete’s cortisol levels after one hour of intense exercise.  Conducted at The Citadel, the study showed that cortisol levels were lowered by 51 percent at 10 minutes post-exercise in the participants wearing the mouthpiece vs. those who did not. Cortisol levels were measured on all the participants (college football players) before, during and after a 60-minute session of intense resistance training.  Lowering an athlete’s cortisol levels more quickly after exercise gives the muscles an opportunity to repair

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New ArmourBite Mouthpiece Research Supports Improved Endurance Findings

GREENWICH, CT – New research published in the Journal of the American Dental Association finds that wearing an ArmourBite mouthpiece improves endurance, exercise intensity and recovery.  The study, led by Dr. Dena Garner, head of the Department of Heath, Exercise and Sports Science at The Citadel, showed that participants wearing an ArmourBite Mouthpiece during steady state exercise experienced significant improvements in their oxygen and carbon dioxide exchanges. Specifically, the participants wearing ArmourBite took in 29% more oxygen, while expelling 21% more carbon dioxide than the subjects not wearing the mouthpiece.“Our initial research showed an improvement in endurance, but this latest study identifies the

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