Special Issue "Nutrients Supporting an Active Lifestyle"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 June 2021).
Interests: Physical activity as therapy in metabolic diseases; sports biochemistry; exercise immunology; sports nutrition
Each person is unique and has his or her own individual lifestyle and needs. Regardless of this, however, there is the desire to be and remain fit and healthy. Regular physical activity and a health-orientated diet can help to achieve this, and as a duo they are the main proponents of a healthy lifestyle. What was initially dismissed as a fad is now becoming more and more a prerequisite for lifestyle recommendations; recommendations must be individual. They must take into account not only biological differences, but also educational and social factors. If recommendations are to help improve health, they must therefore be precise and goal-oriented, and they must also be practicable for the consumer and ultimately meet his or her interests. With this in mind, the Nutrients Special Issue entitled "Nutrients Supporting an Active Lifestyle" aims to provide the interested reader with current nutritional research.
Prof. Dr. Aloys Berg
Prof. Dr. Hermann Toplak
Manuscript Submission Information
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- healthy lifestyle
- individualised food strategies
- nutrition behaviour
- protein intake
- muscle mass
- muscle stress