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CRC Press Inc
17 September 1999
Dietetics & nutrition; Sports injuries & medicine
This book will be a beginning textbook in sports nutrition. As sports nutrition evolves as a subdiscipline of nutrition and exercise science becomes more sophisticated, this course will be offered as a core course in both curricula. In addition, students in dietetics, physical education and coaching, and sports medicine might take the course as an elective. Written by an author who has taught the course for over a decade, this book should become the standard in the field.
By:   Judy A. Driskell (University of Nebraska Lincoln USA)
Imprint:   CRC Press Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Volume:   16
Dimensions:   Height: 254mm,  Width: 178mm,  Spine: 22mm
Weight:   712g
ISBN:   9780849381973
ISBN 10:   0849381975
Series:   Nutrition in Exercise & Sport
Pages:   296
Publication Date:   17 September 1999
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational ,  A / AS level ,  Further / Higher Education
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Introduction The Nutrients Digestion and Absorption of Nutrients The Most Important Nutrient: Water Macronutrients: The Energy Nutrients Carbohydrate Metabolism and Exercise Lipid Metabolism and Exercise Protein Metabolism and Exercise Micronutrients: The Catalysts Vitamin Metabolism and Exercise Mineral Metabolism and Exercise Ergogenic Aids and Exercise Energy Requirements Assessment of Energy Intake Assessment of Energy Expenditure Weight Control Body Composition Assessment of Body Composition Overweight and Obesity Underweight and Eating Disorders Conditioning Nutritional Status of Athletes Dietary and Exercise Recommendations for the Healthy Athlete Nutrition and Exercise Guidelines Recommendations for Individuals in the Various Stages of Their Lifespans Exercise as Therapy for Degenerative Diseases Summary: Interrelationships between Nutrition and Exercise

Reviews for Sports Nutrition

provides an excellent overviewinformation presented is complete and contains current researchfor health professionalsmay be useful as a review or a quick reference when dealing with exercise and nutrient needs. - Rachael Cunnick, MS.RD, nutrition consultant for Student Health Services and doctoral candidate in nutrition/exercise sciences at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado Health professionals and students may find this text a useful reference for basic nutrition information and dietary guidelines. Chapters are short, well organized, and easy to read. - Kathe A. Gabel, Ph.D, R.D., L.D., Journal of Nutrition Education, Vol. 32, No. 4 The book fills a definite need. - Robert W. Teel, PhD, Loma Linda University Weighted Numerical Score: 88- *** - Robert W. Teel, PhD, Loma Linda University


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