Williams' Nutrition for Health, Fitness and Sport, 13th Edition
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Nutrition for Health, Fitness and Sport uses a question-answer approach, which is convenient when you may have occasional short periods to study, such as riding a bus or during a lunch break. In addition, the questions are arranged in a logical sequence, the answer to one question often leading into the question that follows. Where appropriate, cross-referencing within the text is used to expand the discussion. No deep scientific background is needed for the chemical aspects of nutrition and energy expenditure, as these have been simplified. Instructors who use this book as a course text may add details of biochemistry as they feel necessary.
Chapter 2—Healthful Nutrition for Fitness and Sport
Chapter 3—Human Energy
Chapter 4—Carbohydrates: The Main Energy Food
Chapter 5—Fat: An Important Energy Source during Exercise
Chapter 6—Protein: The Tissue Builder
Chapter 7—Vitamins: Fat-Soluble, Water-Soluble, and Vitamin-Like Compounds
Chapter 8—Minerals: The Inorganic Regulators
Chapter 9—Water, Electrolytes, and Temperature Regulation
Chapter 10—Body Weight and Composition for Health and Sport
Chapter 11—Lifestyle Strategies to Support Weight Loss and Maintenance
Chapter 12— Gaining Lean Body Mass through Proper Nutrition and Exercise
Chapter 13—Nutritional Supplements and Ergogenic Aids
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