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Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Ed. (Single Copy)

Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Ed. (Single Copy)

This easy to read “survival guide” outlines essential information for people diagnosed with Celiac disease.

Eat Right for Sports and Performance

Eating for Recovery

Weights and Foods (sm)After rigorous physical activity, your body may be lacking energy and nutrients it needs to recover. It is important to replace carbohydrates, sodium and potassium that are lost during exercise. Protein may also be needed to aid in muscle repair.

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Eating on the Road

Trail Mix (sm)Physical activities often require eating away from home. Whether you are traveling with a sports team, going straight from school or work to practice, or simply looking to catch a good workout while on vacation, make sure your body has the fuel it needs.

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Vitamin Needs of Athletes

Vitamin (sm)Vitamins do not provide energy, but they are crucial for turning food into energy. Although some research suggests the high activity levels of athletes may increase their vitamin needs, at present, the Institute of Medicine does not make vitamin recommendations specific to athletes. Here's a view of the role vitamins play.

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Supplements and Ergogenic Aids for Athletes

Supplements (sm)All sorts of dietary supplements claim to make you faster, stronger, more energized and slimmer. But buyer beware: Effectiveness and safety do not have to be confirmed before supplements hit store shelves. Learn how to spot a fraud.

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Beginner’s Guide to Running Your Personal Best

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A successful running program includes eating well to support daily, and additional, exercise energy needs. Running short on calories and other vital nutrients, such as carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals and fluids, can mean the difference in the long run.

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