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January 2017

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Lindsay B. Baker, PhD

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SSE #140

Clyde Williams and Ian Rollo

February 2015

Topics: Carbohydrate, Training & Performance

SSE #118

Asker E. Jeukendrup, Ian Rollo and James M. Carter

December 2013

Topics: Carbohydrate

SSE #108

Multiple Transportable Carbohydrates and Their Benefits

During moderate intensity exercise carbohydrate and fat are the two important fuels and their relative contribution is dependent on a number of factors including the pre-exercise carbohydrate stores, the exercise intensity and duration and the training status of the subject (Jeukendrup, 2003).

Asker E. Jeukendrup, PhD

January 2013

Topics: Carbohydrate

SSE #106

SSE #61

Carbohydrates, Branched-Chain Amino Acids and Endurance: The Central Fatigue Hypothesis

The central fatigue hypothesis suggests that increased brain serotonin (5-HT) can cause a deterioration in sport and exercise performance. Whether branched-chain amino acid supplementation can effect performance remains uncertain.

J. Mark Davis, Ph.D.

June 2006

Topics: Carbohydrate, Supplements

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