Macroelements, Water, and Electrolytes in Sports Nutrition
Judy A. Driskell, Ira Wolinsky
CRC Press, Jun 17, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 272 pages
The media extols the health benefits of good nutrition and physical activity. Since exercise and sport is becoming a bigger concern to the general public and not just elite athletes, the interest in research in this field is growing.
Macroelements, Water and Electrolytes in Sport Nutrition addresses the relationship of macroelement needs and interactions to sports and exercise. Research indicates that work capacity and other measures of physical performance are influenced by the intake of water as well as several of the macroelements, including electrolytes. This book examines the convincing, and the not so convincing, evidence about the connection between exercise and sports activities and the nutrient status of individuals.
Written by individuals from various academic disciplines, the book is a comprehensive, indispensable resource for scientists and practitioners with an interest in sports nutrition. It provides a review of topics related to water, macroelements, and exercise as well as identifies gaps in our knowledge, encouraging researchers to build upon the existing knowledge and advance our understanding of sport nutrition.
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Calcium in Exercise and Sport
Phosphorus in Exercise and Sport
Magnesium in Exercise and Sport
Water in Exercise and Sport
Sodium in Exercise and Sport
Chloride in Exercise and Sport
Potassium in Exercise and Sport
Fluid and Electrolyte Replacement
Magnesium Phosphate and Calcium Supplementation