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Antioxidants and Exercise

by Jan Karlsson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0873228960, Hardcover)


In this ground-breaking book Dr. Jan Karlsson presents his latest findings on nutratherapy, focusing on vitamins Q E, and F1 and how they relate to exercise, sports, and health.

Among the world's leading researchers on radicals and antioxidants, Karlsson explains the relationship between

- nutratherapy and preventive medicine,
- muscle metabolism and radical-antioxidant biology,
- muscle biochemistry and food choices, and
- foods, food supplements, and physical performance.

Clearly written and thoroughly illustrated, Antioxidants and Exercise contains the latest research on nutratherapy and how it can enhance performance.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:17:27 -0400)

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