Dietary supplements for football

@article{Hespel2006DietarySF,
  title={Dietary supplements for football},
  author={Peter Hespel and Ronald J. Maughan and Paul L. Greenhaff},
  journal={Journal of Sports Sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={24},
  pages={749 - 761}
}
Abstract Physical training and competition in football markedly increase the need for macro- and micronutrient intake. This requirement can generally be met by dietary management without the need for dietary supplemens. In fact, the efficacy of most supplements available on the market is unproven. In addition, players must be cautious of inadequate product labelling and supplement impurities that may cause a positive drug test. Nonetheless, a number of dietary supplements may beneficially… Expand
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