Nutrition Applied to Injury Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine
This timely and exciting new book brings together for the first time the readily available choices of dietary supplements and their relationship to injury rehabilitation. Nutrition Applied to Injury Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine supports the rational use of specific nutrients for specific healing conditions. Guidelines for nutritional programs applied to specific conditions are provided for practical application.
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A Purpose and Scope
Sulfhydryl Amino Acids Methionine Cysteine and Sulfhydryl Compounds
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