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Food and drink choices before, during and after training and competition have a direct impact on health, body mass and composition, nutrient availability and recovery time, and an optimal diet can significantly improve exercise performance. Nutrition for Sport and Exercise outlines the fundamental principles of nutrition in relation to sport and exercise and then applies these principles through practical tools such as food and nutrient lists, recipes and menu options. This practical guide translates the athlete s goals into achievable strategies and shortens the gap between theory and practice. Equipping the reader to successfully implement dietary changes, this is an invaluable resource for athletes, sports physicians and undergraduate students of nutrition and sport and exercise science courses. Special Features * Dedicated chapters on the impact and relevance of specific nutrients and food groups * Includes recipes and menu options * Covers the area of sport and exercise nutrition with an evidence-based approach * Concise and accessible, combining theory and practice

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781405153546
ISBN-10: 1405153547
Format: Paperback
(243mm x 171mm x 12mm)
Pages: 280
Imprint: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Publish Date: 12-Oct-2012
Country of Publication: United Kingdom


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Author Biography - Hayley Daries

Hayley Daries, MSc (Med), is a registered dietitian with 18 years of professional experience in the field of nutrition and sport. She has worked in South Africa and the United Kingdom, where she held positions such as consultant dietitian in London s Harley Street, senior lecturer at a leading university in Wales, and chief dietitian in the NHS. Currently freelancing, Hayley divides her time between university lecturing, writing, radio interviews, course development, dietary consultation with patients and athletes, and outreach work in resource-poor schools and sport clubs.