Exercise-Induced Immune Suppression

Last Updated: April 29 2017

Intense exercise is known to be associated with an increased rate of sickness and reduced immune cell count, and supplementation is sometimes thought to reduce this rate of loss and thus preserve immunity. These effects are conditional on exercise being conducted.

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