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Two courses at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences at Diyala University were published...

   
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Two courses at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences at Diyala University were published in scientific research in THOMSON REUTERS Dr. Suzan Khalifa Jodi Mubarak, Dr. Hanan Adnan Aaboub and Dr. Alaa Khalaf Haidar taught at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences at the University of Diyala published a scientific research in the British magazine THOMSON REUTERS. The effect of the black bean on the enzyme ALT, AST, Deaf and dumb))

 

The importance of the research is the effect of the black bean at the level of enzymatic (ALT) and (AST), which may occur due to the exercise of different types of physical stress. The importance of the liver in the production of energy within the human body and this importance is taken in two main aspects the first side at the time of rest and the second during the effort, which raised the interest of researchers study the transport enzymes of the liver (ALT, AST), so the problem lies in the identification of the impact of the pill These two enzymes and the level of achievement achieved in the effectiveness of 100 meters free for the disabled (Deaf and Quantum).

 

The results showed that the levels of AST and ALT in the blood during rest were significantly higher in the first experimental group, who took the black pill compared with the levels of the second group antibodies, who performed the training method only, while remaining within the normal limits of the levels of the enzymes. As well as the post-level increases in the level of AST and ALT in the blood compared to the tribal values ​​for the first experimental group, the values ​​of the enzyme AST ALT in the blood were higher (while remaining within the normal limits of the level of the enzyme in the blood) in the tests of the first experimental group compared with the tribal tests of the group The second trial,




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