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1 Ergogenics Ergogenic Aid -Increases potential for work output – Mechanical aids (e.g., shoes) – Psychological aids (e.g., hypnosis,placebos) – Pharmacological aids (e.g., insulin, anabolic steroids, inhalants) – Physiological aids • Blood doping • Nutritional supplements/Diet Common terms • Efficacy and safety • Exogenous •GRAS • Metabolite • Natural • Organic • Strict liability Governing bodies • Federal government 1994 DSHEA and then some – Newest regulations • Athletic agencies – IOC WADA and USADA – Professional sport ( NFLPA vs NFL ) NCAA , Big 10 Conference OHSAA
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2 NCAA • What can colleges provide to athletes in the way of nutritional supplementation? • Permissible (Bylaw, effective Aug. 1, 2000) – Vitamins/minerals – Energy bars – Calorie replacement drinks • Ensure, Boost – Electrolyte replacement drinks • Rules around how many meals and snacks DSHEA -1994 • Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act • A dietary supplement is a product (other than tobacco) that – is intended to supplement the diet; – contains one or more dietary ingredients (including vitamins; minerals; herbs or other botanicals; amino
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  • Spring '09
  • buell
  • Dietary supplement, Food and Drug Administration, dietary supplements, NCAA, Dietary Supplement Health, Dietary Ingredients

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