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Special Issue "Vitamin D and Sport Performance"
A special issue of Nutrients (ISSN 2072-6643). This special issue belongs to the section "Sports Nutrition".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2019) | Viewed by 45114
Special Issue Editor
Interests: endurance; ultra-endurance; master athlete; supplementation; nutrition; swimming; cycling; running
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Special Issue Information
Vitamin D seems to be very important for general health but also for athletic performance.
Insufficiency in Vitamin D is a serious problem in general internal medicine. Different disorders have been reported to be associated with Vitamin D deficiency. Certain populations such as infants, children, premenopausal women, diverse racial or ethnic groups, and elderly people are at an increased risk for osteoporosis and osteoporotic fractures, among other problems.
In athletes, certain populations such as women might be at a higher risk for Vitamin D deficiency. Little is known about whether supplementation in Vitamin D in athletes with deficiency in Vitamin D improves performance.
One of the purposes of this Special Issue "Vitamin D and Sport Performance" is to gain more information about the prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency in different sport disciplines (e.g., indoor sports) and populations (e.g., master athletes). Another purpose is to see whether the supplementation of Vitamin D in certain populations of athletes with a deficiency can improve athletic performance in different sports disciplines.Prof. Dr. Beat Knechtle
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