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Evaluation of nutrition knowledge in female Gaelic games players
Improvements in nutrition knowledge have been associated with increased carbohydrate consumption and greater adherence to dietary recommendations among female athletes. In order to assess whether nutrition knowledge ...
How does the dietary intake of female field-based team sport athletes compare to dietary recommendations for health and performance? A systematic literature review
Field-based team sports present large energetic demands given their intermittent high-intensity nature. Current evidence suggests that the dietary intake of female athletes may be insufficient to meet such demands, resulting ...
Menstrual dysfunction in athletes: a systematic literature review
(Technological University of the Shannon Midlands Midwest, 2022)
Menstrual dysfunction (MD) is typically presented as one or more of abnormalities associated with the cycle regularity, duration, flow and pain1 MD in athletes is largely a physiological manifestation of low energy ...
Evaluation of nutrition knowledge in elite and sub-elite Gaelic football players
(Taylor & Francis, 2021-01-27)
Nutrition knowledge is a key factor for consideration when evaluating the dietary intake of athletes. Positive associations have been established between higher nutrition knowledge and improved quality of dietary intake. ...
Sports nutrition knowledge of female GAA players
(Athlone Institute of Technology, 2020-06)
Gaelic football and camogie are two of the most popular sports played by women in Ireland. Nutrition knowledge has been highlighted as a key factor for dietary interventions, due to its easily modifiable nature (Spendlove ...