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11:709:235 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Muscle, Protein, Glycogen


Department
Nutritional Sciences
Course Code
11:709:235
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Abbot
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I. Nutrition for injured athletes
A. A well balanced, nutrient dense daily diet sets athletes up for optimal
nutrient availability during recovery
1. Concerns:
a) Weight gain
b) Body still needs calories
c) Post surgery= increase nutrient needs
II. Promote healing
A. CHO: energy source to spare protein for muscle repair
B. Protein: building blocks to repair damaged muscles (20-30g/meal)
C. plant/fish oils: omega 3 fatty acids, provide anti inflammatory effects (2
fish/week)
D. Minerals: zinc for healing
III. Nutritional Concerns for Older athletes
A.
IV. Weight loss surgery
A.
V. Nutritional concerns after weight loss surgery
A.
VI. Nutritional considerations for child and teen athletes
A. Caloric intake must provide for
1. Growth
2. Sport needs
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B. Nutrient intake must be adequate to maintain growth channel of child
C.
VII. Why should athletes avoid alcohol
A. Use is banned
B. Can be illegal
C. Safety issues
D. Nutritionally empty
E. Poor CHO source
F. Increase body fat
G. Stimulates appetite
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