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Outcomes from the 2010 team physician consensus conference--selected issues for nutrition and the athlete [electronic resource] : a team physician consensus statement / written by the American College of Sports Medicine ; presented by Stanley A. Herring ; produced by Healthy Learning.

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Subject: Athletes > Nutrition.

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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (45 min.).
  • Publisher: Monterey, CA : Healthy Learning, 2010.

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General Note: Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 24, 2014).
Summary: Outcomes from the 2010 Team Physician Consensus Conference--Selected Issues for Nutrition and the Athlete: A Team Physician Consensus Statement reviews the process that was used to develop the team physician consensus statement on nutrition and the athlete. The video details guidance concerning general nutrition issues for athletes, including recommendations for intake of fluids and cautionary warnings. The video also looks at several key factors involved in the connection between nutrition and weight modification. In addition, the video includes suggestions that address the role of team physicians with regard to athlete nutrition.
Additional Physical Form available Note: Previously released as DVD.
Language Note: This edition in English.
Summary: Outcomes from the 2010 Team Physician Consensus Conference--Selected Issues for Nutrition and the Athlete: A Team Physician Consensus Statement reviews the process that was used to develop the team physician consensus statement on nutrition and the athlete. The video details guidance concerning general nutrition issues for athletes, including recommendations for intake of fluids and cautionary warnings. The video also looks at several key factors involved in the connection between nutrition and weight modification. In addition, the video includes suggestions that address the role of team physicians with regard to athlete nutrition.

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