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Additional resources for Nutrition and Football: The FIFA MARC Consensus on Sports Nutrition
Blessing, D. (2003). Copper status of collegiate female athletes involved in different sports. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 13, 343–357. L. (2006). Promoting training adaptations through nutritional interventions. Journal of Sports Sciences, 24, 709–721. E. (1987). Promotion of athletes’ nutritional intake by a university food service facility. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 87, 926–927. , & Price, T. B. (2002). Early post-exercise muscle glycogen recovery is enhanced with a carbohydrate-protein supplement.
Anecdotally, we have noted that the imposition of lycra “body suit” uniforms on female competitors in some team sports has increased the concerns related to body image and body fatness in these populations. , 1997). The suggestion that women’s soccer should follow this fashion statement in an attempt to increase the television interest and popularity of the sport must be balanced by consideration of the possible harmful outcomes from such a change (Burke, 2006). , 2000). Of course, not all cases of low energy availability in males, or females, are due to deliberate restriction of energy to reduce body mass and body fat.
Guidelines to achieve this outcome with minimal interference with other goals of training or performance are outlined in Table 3. There is considerable evidence that a low availability of energy, previously defined as total energy intake minus the energy cost of the athlete’s exercise programme, has serious consequences on the hormonal, immunological, and health status of the athlete (see Loucks, 2004). This is best demonstrated in female athletes and the characterisation of the female athlete triad in which low energy availability, impaired menstrual status, and poor bone health are interrelated (Loucks & Nattiv, 2005; Otis, Drinkwater, Johnson, Loucks, & Wilmore, 1997).