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Abstracts From the 5th Annual Congress on Medicine & Science in Ultra-Endurance Sports, May 9–10, 2018, Castelló de la Plana, Spain

(0.4[0.2–1.0]) ( P  = .008) and between PR2 (0.4[0.2–1.0]) and the marathon (0.1[0–0.3]) ( P  = .008). There was no severe hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia with ketosis at any time before, during and after the PRs and Marathon. Conclusions.— To avoid exercise-induced hypoglycemia, it is necessary to reduce usual doses

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Macronutrient Intakes of Male Rugby Union Players: A Review

Katherine Elizabeth Black, Alistair David Black, and Dane Frances Baker

.J. , Gervino , E. , & Blackburn , G.L. ( 1983 ). The human metabolic response to chronic ketosis without caloric restriction: Preservation of submaximal exercise capability with reduced carbohydrate oxidation . Metabolism 32 ( 8 ), 769 – 776 . PubMed ID: 6865776 doi:10

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Abstracts From the December 2019 International Sport + Exercise Nutrition Conference in Newscastle upon Tyne

), incorporating MCT into the diet may allow more carbohydrates yet preserving ketosis and exert less inhibitory effect on muscle glucose metabolism. The purpose of this study was therefore to examine the effects of long-term feeding of ketogenic diet containing MCT on key metabolic enzymes in rat skeletal muscle

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Abstracts From the 2022 International Sport + Exercise Nutrition Conference

Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism (OCDEM), The University of Oxford, Oxford, England Exogenous ketosis achieved through ingestion of the ketone monoester (KME) alters metabolic responses to exercise, but ergogenic effects on performance are equivocal. It may be that blood ketone levels