10a_Chapter_14_Nutrition_and_Performance_SV_V2

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1 1 Maximizing Human Performance Through Nutrition The Effects of a High Carbohydrate Diet. 2 Muscle Glycogen and Exhaustive Exercise
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2 3 Dietary Carbohydrates and Glycogen 4 Glycogen Loading
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3 5 MUSCLE GLYCOGEN RESYNTHESIS 6 Then what?
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4 7 Muscle Glycogen Loading 8 Maximizing Human Performance Through Nutrition What to consume before, during, and after exercise.
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5 9 What is the Glycemic Index? 10
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6 11 HGL Foods: 12 LGL Foods
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7 13 Importance of ingesting Low Glycemic foods: • Digestion of LGL foods do NOT result in excessive rise in blood glucose. 14 Ingestion of a HGL food
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8 15 Pancreas releases insulin 16 Pancreas stops producing Insulin
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Unformatted text preview: 9 17 Pancreas releases Glucagon 18 10 19 What is the bodys response to dramatic elevations in blood glucose? 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 20 Fluid Replacement - Before Exercise 11 Meals prior to Exercise 21 22 What about Carbohydrate Feedings Immediately Before Event? 12 23 PRE-EXERCISE CHO FEEDING 24 Fluid Replacement during Exercise What factors need to be considered? 13 25 Fluid Replacement during Exercise 26 14 27 How do carbohydrate feedings enhance performance? 28 Post-Event Food and Fluid Intake: Fluid: Do Carbohydrate Feedings Post Exercise Help with Recovery?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2012 for the course ESS 3317 taught by Professor Abel during the Spring '12 term at Texas State.

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