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...The physiology is fine and dandy, but let's look at vitamin D in a younger, more athletic populations. Review One found a correlation between strength and vitamin D deficiency in...

...vitamin D has become a widely discussed topic in both sports and general health. As a coach, understanding the possibility of vitamin D deficiency is important because it shares many...

...supplementation with vitamin C (500 mg/daily) and vitamin E (400 IU/daily) for 16 weeks. The training was 5 times/week for 12 weeks on the exercise bike.   Performance and blood...

...megadoses of vitamin C by athletes.” Vitamin C is commonly recommended for immunity, but as noted, the evidence on vitamin C and the immune system is mixed. In swimming, Constantini...

...intensities require different vitamin/mineral consumption for maximal performance. In fact, some feel it is difficult for many to maintain certain mineral and vitamin levels due to the demands of training....

...we concluded in March: "vitamin D supplementation does not improve strength and athletic performance (Mullen 2013)". Related Reading Vitamin D and Swimmers Kicking and Sprint Freestyle There is much debate...

...black-eyed peas and lentils). Nutrients that could be in short supply for vegans include calcium, iron, zinc, iodine, magnesium, vitamin D, vitamin B-12, and riboflavin. Some vegan food choices to...

...This episode of the Swimming Science Podcast features Braden Holloway, the head coach N.C. State University. Braden and I discuss a wide range of topics, from common stroke corrections,...

...acid intake compared that of boys. Both boys and girls had inadequate intake of carotenes, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin D, and folic acid. Girls were deficient in iron and...

...of dry-land training. The dietary intake was as followed: Carbohydrates (6.2 g/kg/d)   Proteins (1.8 g/kg/d) Fats (1.9 g/kg/d   Recommended Nutrient Intake values were deficient for fiber, vitamin A,...

   
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