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After intense activity, the body takes hours or even days to recover; an appropriate diet during but also after the exercise, can enable the body to recover more quickly and avoid certain upsets (dehydration, fatigue, tendinitis, etc.). 3 fundamental points should be considered during the recovery phase: rehydration of the body, restoring energy and electrolyte stocks, and repairing and synthesising muscle. An isotonic drink providing carbohydrate as soon as the exercise is over and no later than 3 hours after the end of the activity will enable the first two objectives to be met. For muscle repair, the amino acid content of proteins will allow micro-lesions caused by the physical activity to be repaired. Here again, this intake must take place as soon as possible after the end of the exercise and within a maximum of 3 hours following the end of the activity.






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Basis of sports nutrition
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