Effect of Products of Enhanced Biological Value on the Performance of Athletes
The nutrition of an athlete, as of any person systematically performing physical exercise, is considered to be an important factor influencing the organism’s metabolic adaptation to physical and nervous-psychical loads (Rogozkin et al, 1985; Williams, 1991). Nutritional factors can actively influence metabolic processes and increase physical efficiency; they can also speed up or slow down the processes of recovery in the period of rest after training and competition (Berlutti, 1991).
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