Limitations of hydration in offsetting the decline in exercise performance in experimental settings: Fact or fancy?

Francesco Marino, Monique Pointon

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Abstract

This new book examines the effects on health of the consumption of what might be termed three extremely widely-consumed anti-nutrition foods: chocolate, fast food and sweeteners. These and similar anti-nutrition foods are low cost in price but high cost in health damage. They are marketed without mercy, consumed with gusto, and help hospital and doctor billing.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChocolate, fast foods and sweeteners
Subtitle of host publicationConsumption and health.
EditorsMarlene R Bishop
Place of PublicationHauppauge, NY,
PublisherNova Science Publishers
Pages63-83
Number of pages21
Edition3
ISBN (Print)1608763250
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Marino, F., & Pointon, M. (2010). Limitations of hydration in offsetting the decline in exercise performance in experimental settings: Fact or fancy? In M. R. Bishop (Ed.), Chocolate, fast foods and sweeteners: Consumption and health. (3 ed., pp. 63-83). Nova Science Publishers.