Estrategias para prevenir consecuencias sobre la salud | 09 JUN 20

El desafío de mantener la salud metabólica durante una pandemia

Puede conducir a efectos nocivos para la salud a través de reducciones en el gasto de energía, ingesta no compensada, sueño alterado y una disminución en los niveles de actividad física voluntaria.
Autor/a: Andy J. King, Louise M. Burke, Shona L. Halson & John A. Hawley Andy J. King, Louise M. Burke, Shona L. Halson & John A. Hawley Fuente: Sports Medicine (2020) The Challenge of Maintaining Metabolic Health During a Global Pandemic
INDICE:  1. Página 1 | 2. Crono/Nutrición y Sueño | 3. Referencias bibliográficas
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