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Impact d'une carence martiale sans anémie sur la performance sportive, intérêt d'une supplémentation ?

Abstract : Iron metabolism is disturbed by the practice of any intense physical activity, including endurance. Inflammation, hemolysis, the production of nitric oxide or blood loss tend to exhibit athletes to a suboptimal iron status. And especially for women with high training volumes, a low body mass index and heavy periods. Iron deficiency is a very common phenomenon within athletes' population. The importance of iron within athletes' population is its role in the transport of oxygen by the heme of hemoglobin. But there is a direct relationship between hemoglobin and maximal oxygen consumption rates. Impaired martial status may be accompanied by a decrease in athletic performance. The major difficulty is that in the absence of anemia, there is no scientific consensus reached when the values of hematological and martial from which initiate iron supplementation. Pharmacists may face the demands of athletes, amateur or professional, and must be able to provide optimal care for these patients. This requires a good knowledge of iron metabolism, the provision of appropriate advice to the sports nutrition knowledge and if necessary advises the most appropriate supplements for sale in his shop.
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Daniel Curvat. Impact d'une carence martiale sans anémie sur la performance sportive, intérêt d'une supplémentation ?. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2013. ⟨dumas-00838046⟩

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