Nutrient Timing: The Future of Sports Nutrition

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Basic Health Publications, Inc., 2004 - Health & Fitness - 211 pages
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Using cutting-edge research studies from leading sports science laboratories, Nutrient Timing shatters myths and misconceptions about how to provide optimum nutrition to working muscles. It shows that when the right combination of nutrients is delivered at the right time, one can activate his/her body's muscle machinery to increase muscle strength, improve endurance and increase lean muscle mass.
 

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Mr. Ivy and Mr. Portman argue with research to back it up that when the meals are eaten and when the muscles are fueled is important. Insulin being the key regulator. Simplifying a lot: Cells can be ... Read full review

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Page 197 - Stehle P, Zander J, Mertes N, et al. Effect of parenteral glutamine peptide supplements on muscle glutamine loss and nitrogen balance after major surgery.
Page 197 - Thompson, D., Williams, C, McGregor, SJ, et al., "Prolonged vitamin C supplementation and recovery from demanding exercise," International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 11: 466-481, 2001.

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About the author (2004)

Head of the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Texas, is one of the preeminent physiologists in the world. John Ivy, Ph.D., research has pioneered our understanding of how muscles work and how nutritional supplements can improve muscle performance. He is co-author of Nutrient Timing and The Performance Zone

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