Further Reading

American College of Sports Medicine, American Dietetic Association, and Dietitians of Canada (2000) Joint Position Statement: Nutrition and athletic performance. Medical Science in Sports and Exercise 32: 2130-2145.

Ivy J (2000) Optimization of glycogen stores. In: Maughan RJ (ed.) Nutrition in Sport, pp. 97-111. Oxford: Blackwell.

Kiens B and Helge JW (1998) Effect of high-fat diets on exercise performance. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 57: 73-75.

Maughan RJ (1999) Nutritional ergogenic aids and exercise performance. Nutrition Research Reviews 12: 255-280.

Maughan RJ, Burke LM, and Coyle EF (eds.) (2004) Foods, Nutrition and Sports Performance, vol. 2. London: Routledge.

Maughan RJ and Murray R (eds.) (2000) Sports Drinks: Basic Science and Practical Aspects. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Millward DJ (2001) Protein and amino acid requirements of adults: current controversies. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology 26: S130-S140.

Nieman DC and Pedersen BK (1999) Exercise and immune function. Sports Medicine 27: 73-80.

Noakes TD and Martin D (2002) IMMDA-AIMS advisory statement on guidelines for fluid replacement during marathon running. New Studies in Athletics 17: 15-24.

Shirreffs SM and Maughan RJ (2000) Rehydration and recovery after exercise. Exercise and Sports Science Reviews 28: 27-32.

Wolfe RR (2001) Effects of amino acid intake on anabolic processes. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology 26: S220-S227.

Starch see Carbohydrates: Chemistry and Classification; Regulation of Metabolism; Requirements and Dietary Importance; Resistant Starch and Oligosaccharides

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