Eat to Compete: A Guide to Sports Nutrition

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Year Book Medical Publishers, Jan 1, 1988 - Athletes - 371 pages
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Addresses the importance of providing athletes with factual nutritional information, counseling methods, assessing nutritional needs of an athlete developing appropriate diets and encouraging their use and recognizing the problem athlete, such as an anorexic. Other sections provide information on metabolism and physiology; a grouping of tables on healthy eating habits, recommended dietary allowances, the food guide pyramid, energy expenditures for certain activities and more.

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The Role of Nutrition in Sports
Digestion Metabolism and Energy Balance
Conditions Affecting Performance

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