Sports Nutrition Guide Section Links
» Section 1:
An Overview Of Sports Nutrition
» Section 2: Protein & Amino Acids
» Section 3: Carbohydrates
» Section 4: Lipids
» Section 5: Understanding Specialty Sports Supplements
» Section 6: Sports Nutrition Guidelines (With Links to Specific Sports)
» Section 7: Special Concerns For Athletic Females
» Section 8: Conclusion
» Section 9: Glossary
» Section 10: References & Suggested Readings
Sports Nutrition Guide Online
Section 8: Conclusion
Conservative scientists are finally catching on to what many progressive health experts and athletes have been practicing for decades; the use of sports specific performance nutrition plans and use of dietary supplements for enhancing athletic performance.
As research continues to be conducted and reported in prestigious scientific journals, you can expect health-care practitioners everywhere to become more knowledgeable about the complex subject of sports nutrition.
The development of the Dynamic Nutrition for Maximum Performance approach to sports nutrition will certainly provide you with valuable insights and a practical approach to developing your own sports nutrition program. However, it is best to undertake a training and nutrition program under the supervision of a health professional to monitor health and determine special individual requirements.
Supported by independent research on the macronutrient and micronutrient requirements of different athletes, this Sports Nutrition Guide Online should help you get focused on developing your performance nutrition skills, in addition to your athletic skills.
The important thing to remember is to stick to the nutrition practices currently supported by scientific research and to avoid looking for a "magic bullet" to cover all your specific nutritional needs.
Your dedication to a good sports nutrition program is the only way you will succeed and achieve maximum performance. With knowledge and practice, you can have the best of both worlds: good health and maximum performance.
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