By Douglas B. McKeag
Basketball covers the epidemiology of basketball damage, the physiological calls for of basketball, preventive medication, pre-participation exam and detailed concerns to take delivery of to the younger basketball participant, and eventually seems on the 'special' basketball participant -- diabetics, asthmatics, epileptics, and so forth.
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Athletes who regularly consume fortified cereals, sports bars, and protein powders may already be meeting their daily requirements, and would not benefit from a supplement. 5 Vitamin sources. 6 Mineral sources. Mineral Dietary reference intake (DRI) Food sources Calcium 1000 mg Phosphorus Magnesium Zinc Iron Manganese Selenium Chromium Sodium 700 mg 310–400 mg 12–15 mg 10–15 mg ESADDI: 2–5 mg† 55 µg ESADDI: 50–200 µg† EMR: 500 mg* Dairy foods, canned fish w/bones, fortified soy products, fortified juices, dark green leafy vegetables Dairy foods, canned fish Whole grains, nuts, chocolate Oysters, liver, barley, soy, nuts Red meat, fortified cereals, liver Whole grains, leafy vegetables, nuts, beans, tea Fish/shellfish, meat, eggs, fish, nuts Whole grains, organ meats, beer, mushrooms, nuts Potassium EMR: 2000 mg* Salt, canned foods, condiments, pickles, sports drinks, snack crackers, chips, pretzels Fruits/juices, vegetables/juices, tomato products, yogurt, milk, nuts, legumes † Estimated safe and adequate dietary intakes; * estimated minimum requirements.
Saturated fats (fat on meats, fattier cuts of meat, skin on poultry, high fat dairy products, coconut, coconut and palm oils, and hydrogenated oils) have been associated with increased cardiovascular disease and cancer risk. Unsaturated fats such as oils, nuts, nut butters, avocado, fatty fish, and flaxseed may have disease-risk reducing potential, and should be the primary fat sources in the diet. 3 lists sources of fat. Since fat is a concentrated calorie source, it should be used moderately.
Can be present in some herbal products. Weight gain techniques Insist that athletes fill out a supplement sheet, which may need to be updated several times throughout the year, and keep this information on file for every player. Banned substances In the quest for the “edge”, athletes may be tempted to try products that are banned by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Athletes who take these products and fail a drug test will be banned from competition. Players need to be educated on a regular basis as to what products are banned.
Basketball: Olympic Handbook of Sports Medicine (Olympic Handbook Of Sports Medicine) by Douglas B. McKeag