Diet for dancers: a complete guide to nutrition and weight control

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Princeton Book Co., 1990 - Health & Fitness - 164 pages
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The first diet book based on research with dancers, this guide provides information about proper dietary procedures that will enable people to reach and/or maintain their optimal body weight for dancing. Areas discussed include weight control, individual differences in metabolism, and body composition.

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User Review  - Cheyenne N - Goodreads

I didn't really like it that much, but it was sparsely informative. Read full review

Review: Diet for Dancers: A Complete Guide to Nutrition and Weight Control

User Review  - Bdauer - Goodreads

Very interesting - discusses how the body uses food for different types of functions (walking vs. running) and elaborates on why the body needs different types of food. Is written in a way that is ... Read full review

Contents

A Dance Science
1
Special Considerations for Dancers
13
Tables
25
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Robin D. Chmelar has contributed to the journal Medical Problems of Performing Artists. Sally Sevey Fitt is the author of Dance Kinesiology.

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