2 edition of Effects of glucose polymer ingestion on ultraendurance bicycling performance found in the catalog.
Effects of glucose polymer ingestion on ultraendurance bicycling performance
John Gerard Seifert
Written in English
|Statement||by John Gerard Seifert|
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|Pagination||ii, 60 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Bicycling is a sport that is unique in that the human body functions as the engine of a machine. after ingestion of either glucose polymer supplement. Both fluid and carbohydrate ingestion. Exercise and training effects on gastric emptying of carbohydrate beverages.
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Studies of a variety of types of carbohydrate sources, typically moderate or high in GI, have demonstrated that carbohydrate consumption during exercise can improve endurance performance In one study, feeding of liquid versus solid meals resulted in differing effects of blood glucose and insulin at rest; however, during exercise, these.
2 Low muscle glycogen levels coincide with a reduction in performance capacity. 3 Sufficient liver glycogen is the key factor for maintaining normal blood glucose levels. 4 Both liver and muscle glycogen resynthesis depend on the supply of glucose units, mainly from food.
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Carbohydrate is stored in skeletal muscles and liver as a polymer of glucose called glycogen. Expressed in terms of glucose (glucosyl) units the glycogen concentration of human skeletal muscle is in the range mmol kg1 wet weight (w.w.) or mmol kg1 dry weight (d.w.).5/5(1).
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