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  1. Pre-exercise Meal | Workout Nutrition | Recovery Nutrition – EAS Academy

    Consuming carbohydrate prior to exercise can help performance by "topping off" muscle and liver glycogen stores. Consuming carbohydrate during exercise can improve performance by maintaining blood glucose levels and carbohydrate oxidation. Finally, ingesting carbohydrate after...

  2. The Paleo Diet | EAS Nutrition Research

    The Paleo diet is one of the hottest nutrition trends. Learn the positives and the negatives regarding the nutritional science of the Paleo diet in this presentation.        

    Presented by Steve Hertzler, PhD, RD, LD of the EAS Academy Advisory...

  3. Protein Content Mismeasurement | EAS Nutrition Research

    Bad Math: Some Protein Powders Don’t Deliver on Promises
    We need to clarify the proper way protein levels should be measured and reported.
  4. Protein Requirements for Athletes | Protein for Athletes | EAS Academy

    Why is protein so important for athletes? Protein helps to repair muscles after strenuous exercise and promotes the growth of muscle tissue.Protein is vital for:Immune system functionProper digestion and absorption of nutrientsHormone...

  5. Protein Intake for Athletes | Youth Nutrition | Sports Nutrition – EAS Academy

    Why is protein so important for athletes? Protein helps to repair muscles after strenuous exercise and promotes the growth of muscle tissue.Protein is vital for:Immune system functionProper digestion and absorption of nutrientsHormone...

  6. Protein Quality | Daily Protein Requirements - EAS Academy

    Protein is a key macronutrient that has direct effects on overall health.  Although it is most commonly associated with muscle, it also provides structure for other cells and is involved in biochemical processes. Protein forms include skin, hair, hormones, enzymes, cell receptors,...

  7. Protein and Amino Acids in Sports Nutrition Module II

    Presentation Topics: Evaluating Protein QualityDetermining Protein Recommendations for Athletes

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