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Table of Contents

Forewordp. viii
Prefacep. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xii
Nutrition Sources for Athletesp. 1
Energy Nutrientsp. 2
Vitamins and Mineralsp. 43
Fluids and Electrolytesp. 83
Ergogenic Aidsp. 110
Nutrition Aspects of Optimal Performancep. 131
GI Function and Energy Deliveryp. 132
Nutrient and Fluid Timingp. 153
Oxygen Transportation and Utilizationp. 180
Strategies tor Anti-inflammation and Muscular Healthp. 189
Factors Affecting Nutrition Needsp. 197
Travelp. 198
High Altitudep. 208
Gender and Agep. 218
Body Composition and Weightp. 231
Nutrition Strategies for Specific Energy Systemsp. 257
Anaerobic Metabolism for High-Intensity
Bursts and Powerp. 258
Aerobic Metabolism for Endurancep. 288
Metabolic Needs for Both Power and Endurancep. 313
Nutrition Plans for Specific Sportsp. 333
Sports Requiring Power and Speedp. 334
Sports Requiring Endurancep. 350
Sports Requiring Combined Power and Endurancep. 362
Appendix: Institute of Medicine's Dietary Reference intakes for Macronutrientsp. 374
Endnotesp. 382
Indexp. 406
About the Authorp. 411
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