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Sports Nutrition

A section of Nutrients (ISSN 2072-6643).

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This Section of Nutrients aims to rapidly publish contributions on all aspects of sports nutrition. We encourage the submission of manuscripts that provide novel insights into the influence of diet, nutrition, ergogenic aids, and supplements on sports performance, metabolic recovery, immune function, muscle damage and repair, and physiological processes. Topics include, but are not limited to, the effects of varying nutritional practices and interventions on these exercise-related outcomes for all age groups:

  • performance
  • hydration and fluid needs
  • body composition, weight control, energy balance and expenditure
  • metabolism
  • injury rates and recovery
  • health
  • eating behavior, appetite, and eating disorders
  • cognition
  • metabolic recovery
  • immune function
  • muscle damage and soreness
  • muscle physiology
  • genetic expression
  • protein upregulation and downregulation
  • metabolite shifts
  • oxylipin generation


Sports, diet, nutrition, nutrients, health, cognition, metabolism, water, dietary supplements, hydration, performance, body composition, energy balance, energy expenditure, weight control, nutrition assessment, eating behavior, eating disorders, dietary patterns, sports drinks, ergogenic aids, injury, metabolism, physiology, exercise, weight lifting, resistance exercise, aerobic fitness, anaerobic power, strength, flexibility, immune function, muscle damage, muscle soreness, muscle physiology, genetic expression, proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, fats, lipids, vitamins, minerals, alcohol, flavonoids, polyphenols, metabolites, oxylipins, lipid mediators, glycogen, exercise biochemistry, exercise science, proteomics, genomics, metabolomics, lipidomics

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