Nutrition in Sport
The main objective of sports nutrition is to deal with strain, to process that strain, and to recover quickly. This text does not deliver dietary recipes but rather makes recommendations for physiologically useful dietary planning before, during and after strain in various sports. The book examines risk-prone groups in sports nutrition. The ......
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