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Table of Contents
|Nutrition Sources for Athletes||p. 1|
|Energy Nutrients||p. 2|
|Vitamins and Minerals||p. 43|
|Fluids and Electrolytes||p. 83|
|Ergogenic Aids||p. 110|
|Nutrition Aspects of Optimal Performance||p. 131|
|GI Function and Energy Delivery||p. 132|
|Nutrient and Fluid Timing||p. 153|
|Oxygen Transportation and Utilization||p. 180|
|Strategies tor Anti-inflammation and Muscular Health||p. 189|
|Factors Affecting Nutrition Needs||p. 197|
|High Altitude||p. 208|
|Gender and Age||p. 218|
|Body Composition and Weight||p. 231|
|Nutrition Strategies for Specific Energy Systems||p. 257|
|Anaerobic Metabolism for High-Intensity|
|Bursts and Power||p. 258|
|Aerobic Metabolism for Endurance||p. 288|
|Metabolic Needs for Both Power and Endurance||p. 313|
|Nutrition Plans for Specific Sports||p. 333|
|Sports Requiring Power and Speed||p. 334|
|Sports Requiring Endurance||p. 350|
|Sports Requiring Combined Power and Endurance||p. 362|
|Appendix: Institute of Medicine's Dietary Reference intakes for Macronutrients||p. 374|
|About the Author||p. 411|
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