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Old 07-15-2011, 03:28 PM   #1
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Default Sports nutrition article

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General public and active people - the daily recommended amount of protein is
0.75gm per kg of body weight (a 60kg person should eat around 45gm of protein daily).
Sports people involved in non-endurance events - who exercise daily for less than 60
minutes: daily protein intake should be between 0.75 to 1.0gm of protein per kg of
body weight per day.
Sports people involved in endurance events and strength events - who exercise for
longer periods (more than one hour) or who are involved in strength exercise, such as
Powerlifting, should consume about 1.24 to 1.7gm of protein per kg of body mass.
Dietary surveys have found that most athletic groups comfortably reach and often
exceed their protein requirements by consuming a high energy diet. Despite this,
protein and amino acids (the building blocks of protein) are popular nutritional
supplements.
Sports nutrition - http://www.europowerlifting.org/file...0Nutrition.pdf

Muscle fueling article - http://www.europowerlifting.org/file...les%20Fuel.pdf

Diet for powerlifting - http://www.europowerlifting.org/file...werlifting.pdf
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