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Nutrition in young high-level athletes

Nutrition in young high-level athletes

Pediatrie Lyon 48(2): 109-117

A review. Young high-level athletes are frequently exposed to nutrient deficiencies and require close clinical, biological and dietary supervision. Recommendations should be made individually, based on the nature and intensity of the exercise, and should be calculated from the recommended supplements.

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