The ISSN Announces the most recent Sports Nutrition Book
by Abbie Smith-Ryan PhD and Jose Antonio PhD
Deerfield Beach, FL. June 6, 2013 - QQ: Which of the following will yield the fastest measurable change in efficiency and/or body composition? (A) modifications in training. (B) modifications in diet. (C) use of sports supplements. (D) they all work similarly well. If you answered 'C,' go to the head of the class. That's right; the proper use of sports supplements can produce modifications in minutes (e.g. caffeine), days (e.g. creatine) and weeks (e.g. beta-alanine). We are bombarded by muddled thinking from the mainstream media telling us that 'creatine causes cramps,' 'high protein diet plans are bad for your kidneys,' 'supplements aren't needed as long as you consume a balanced diet' and other concepts that are space of data.
Sports Nutrition & Performance Enhancing Supplements (eds. Abbie Smith-Ryan PhD CSCS * D CISSN and Jose Antonio PhD FNSCA FISSN. Linus Publications) is a focused resource that will give you the most recent sports nutrition science, and eradicate the intellectually lazy positions held so a lot by the anti-supplement crowd. Factors to this text consist of the very best and brightest sports nutrition researchers worldwide: Paul Cribb PhD FISSN, Hector Lopez MD, CSCS, Darryn Willoughby PhD FISSN, Ralf Jaeger PhD FISSN, Susan Kleiner PhD RD FISSN, Jacob Wilson PhD, Colin Wilborn PhD FISSN, Shawn Wells MPH RD CISSN, Dawn Anderson PhD, and Tim Ziegenfuss PhD FISSN.
This book is a must-read for personal fitness instructors, sports dietitians, sports nutritionists, workout physiologists and fitness professionals. If you're puzzled about where to discover one resource that has all the most recent responses in sports nutrition science, look no further. Order your copy now of Sports Nutrition & Performance Enhancing Supplements.