Sport and Exercise Nutrition
October 2011, ©2011, Wiley-Blackwell
This NS Textbook on Sport and Exercise Nutrition has been written to cover the latest information on the science and practice of sport and exercise nutrition. A key concept behind this textbook is that it aims to combine the viewpoints of world leading nutrition experts from both academia/research and a practical stand point. Plus where necessary there are additional practitioner based authors to ensure theory is translated into practice for each chapter in the form of either ‘practice tips' or ‘information sheets' at the end of relevant chapters.
The textbook in essence can be divided into three distinct but integrated parts:
- Part 1: covers the key components of the science that supports the practice of sport and exercise nutrition including comprehensive reviews on: nutrients both in general and as exercise fuels; exercise physiology; hydration, micronutrients; and supplements.
- Part 2: moves into focusing on specific nutrition strategies to
support different types of training including: resistance;
power/sprint; middle distance/speed endurance; endurance;
technical/skill, team; and specific competition nutrition
The unique format of this textbook is that it breaks down nutrition support into training specific as opposed to the traditional sport specific support. This reflects the majority of current sport and exercise requirements of the need to undertake concurrent training and therefore facilitating targeted nutrition support to the different training components through the various macro and micro training cycles.
- Part 3: explores some of the practical issues encountered in working in the sport and exercise nutrition field and includes key sport related topics such as: disability sport; weight management; eating disorders; bone and gut health; immunity; injury; travel; and special populations and situations.
READERSHIP: Students of nutrition and dietetics at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. All those working in the field of nutrition and related health sciences.
Series Foreword ix
1 Nutrient Basics 1
Adam L Collins, Penny J Hunking and Samantha J Stear
2 Exercise Physiology 16
Susan M Shirreffs
3 Exercise Biochemistry 20
Stuart DR Galloway
4 Carbohydrate 31
Asker Jeukendrup and Clyde Williams
5 Protein and Amino Acids 41
Peter WR Lemon
6 Fat Metabolism 51
Bente Kiens and John A Hawley
7 Fluids and Electrolytes 59
Susan M Shirreffs
8 Micronutrients 66
9 Supplements and Ergogenic Aids 89
Hans Braun, Kevin Currell and Samantha J Stear
10 Nutrition for Weight and Resistance Training 120
Stuart M Phillips, Keith Baar and Nathan Lewis
11 Nutrition for Power and Sprint Training 134
Nicholas A Burd and Stuart M Phillips
12 Nutrition for Middle-Distance and Speed-Endurance Training 146
Trent Stellingwerff and Bethanie Allanson
13 Nutrition for Endurance and Ultra-Endurance Training 158
Andrew Bosch and Karlien M Smit
14 Nutrition for Technical and Skill-Based Training 173
Shelly Meltzer and Neil Hopkins
15 Nutrition for Disability Athletes 188
Jeanette Crosland and Elizabeth Broad
16 Competition Nutrition 200
Louise M Burke
17 Losing, Gaining and Making Weight for Athletes 210
Helen O'Connor and Gary Slater
18 Eating Disorders and Athletes 233
Jorunn Sundgot-Borgen and Ina Garthe
19 Bone Health 244
Charlotte (Barney) Sanborn, David L Nichols and Nancy M DiMarco
20 Nutrition and the Gastrointestinal Tract for Athletes 264
Jeni Pearce and John O Hunter
21 Immunity 281
Glen Davison and Richard J Simpson
22 Travel 304
Bronwen Lundy and Elizabeth Broad
23 Population Groups: I 316
Nanna L Meyer
Penny J Hunking
24 Population Groups: II 335
The Injured Athlete: Surgery and Rehabilitation
Nicola Maffulli and Filippo Spiezia
25 Training and Competition Environments 357
Joanne L Fallowfield, Joseph DJ Layden and Adrian J Allsopp
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