• Sports Nutrition for Recovery
    Applying sports nutrition for recovery is the key theme to this short article. If you have ever asked “how much protein?” or “how many carbohydrates?” you will find the answers here.
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    In answer to the frequently asked question of “how much protein is needed,” dietitian Paul Moore provides you with a quick and easy-to-use breakdown that you can apply after your very next training session. For prolonged aerobic training, the carbohydrate repletion recommendations are also provided, ready for you to use. By applying these repletion recovery strategies, you will be better prepared for both your next training session and whatever your job throws at you. 

    TSAC Report
    Sports Nutrition for Recovery by Paul Moore, MS, RD, LDN, CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT,*D
    November 2007, Issue 3 p. 3.1-3.3

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