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Title Nutrients as ergogenic aids for sports and exercise / Luke Bucci.
Imprint Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019.

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Description 1 online resource.
Series Nutrition in exercise and sport
Nutrition in exercise and sport.
Note Originally published in 1993.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Bio/Hist Note Bucci, Luke R.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (Taylor & Francis, viewed September 3, 2020).
Subject Energy metabolism.
Dietary supplements.
Exercise -- Physiological aspects.
Contents Introduction -- Ch. 1. Nonnutritional Ergogenic Aids -- Ch. 2. Nutritional Ergogenic Aids -- Macronutrients -- Ch. 3. Micronutrient Supplementation and Ergogenesis -- Vitamins -- Ch. 4. Micronutrient Supplementation and Ergogenesis -- Metabolic Intermediates -- Ch. 5. Micronutrient Supplementation and Ergogenesis -- Minerals -- Ch. 6. Micronutrient Supplementation and Ergogenesis -- Amino Acids -- Ch. 7. Specific Combinations of Nutrients -- Ch. 8. Dietary Substances Not Required in Human Metabolism -- Ch. 9. Description of Research Variables for Ergogenic Aid Studies -- Ch. 10. Summary and Guidelines for Use of Nutritional Ergogenic Aids -- References -- Index.
Summary Nutrients as Ergogenic Aids for Sports and Exercise discusses the growing body of information regarding the enhancement of human physical performance by dietary manipulations through ergogenesis. It balances the application of nutritional manipulations between overzealous promoters and recalcitrant cynics. By offering a thorough, comprehensive and up-to-date review of what is known about ergogenic effects of nutrients on humans, it bridges the gap between common usage and scientific knowledge. Nutrients as Ergogenic Aids for Sports and Exercise covers in detail many popular product ingredients not considered elsewhere. It illustrates areas awaiting future research, and offers suggestions for avoiding the pitfalls of performing ergogenesis research.