Fish Bone Enzyme-soluble Collagen Food and Physical Recovery after Swimming Training

  • Gao Yun
Keywords: Enzymatic soluble collagen (PSC); Property analysis; Training recovery; Nutritional support

Abstract

Tilapia is rich in nutrients, rich in protein, various amino acids, trace elements such as collagen, chondroitin, minerals (calcium, phosphorus, zinc, iron, etc.), vitamins A, B1, B2 and other vitamins. The ratio of calcium to phosphorus is beneficial to the body's absorption. At present, the fish bone is processed into bone powder as an additive component of feed or fertilizer, and the added value is low. In recent years, research on fish bones has shown that fish bone can be used to extract collagen, chondroitin and other ingredients. Although it increases the added value of fish bone to a certain extent, it only causes the use of a certain component of fish bone. A certain waste. With the continuous improvement of the technical level of modern competitive sports, the load and intensity of swimming training are getting larger and larger, and it is difficult to adapt and meet the needs of current training only by natural recovery methods. The problem of training recovery has always been a research topic that is generally valued by the swimming community. Therefore, in the modern training system, scientific medical supervision and diversified and comprehensive recovery measures should be included, so as to effectively ensure the scientific nature of training.

Published
2020-02-01