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CONTENTS Introduction 659 List of participants 661 CONSENSUS STATEMENT Nutrition for football:The FIFA/F-MARCConsensusConference 663?664 PAPERS BANGSBO, J.,MOHR,M. ANDKRUSTRUP, P. 665?674 Physical andmetabolic demands of training and match-play in the elite football player BURKE, L.M., LOUCKS, A. B.ANDBROAD,N. 675?685 Energy and carbohydrate for training and recovery WILLIAMS,C.ANDSERRATOSA, L. 687?697 Nutrition onmatch day SHIRREFFS, S.M., SAWKA,M.N.ANDSTONE,M. 699?707 Water and electrolyte needs for football training andmatch-play HAWLEY, J.A., TIPTON,K.D.ANDMILLARD-STAFFORD,M. L. 709?721 Promoting training adaptations through nutritional interventions ARMSTRONG, L. E. 723?740 Nutritional strategies for football:Counteracting heat, cold, high altitude, and jet lag MAUGHAN, R. J. 741?748 Alcohol and football HESPEL, P.,MAUGHAN,R. J.ANDGREENHAFF, P. L. 749?761 Dietary supplements for football NIEMAN,D.C.ANDBISHOP,N.C. 763?772 Nutritional strategies to counter stress to the immune system in athletes, with special reference to football MEEUSEN,R.,WATSON, P.ANDDVORAK, J. 773?782 The brain and fatigue:New opportunities for nutritional interventions? ROSENBLOOM,C.A., LOUCKS,A. B.ANDEKBLOM, B. 783?793 Special populations:The female player and the youth player REILLY, T.ANDGREGSON, W. 795?801 Special populations:The referee and assistant referee
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Soccer players -- Nutrition.