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, identification of the prevalence of heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) has been problematic. However, with the recent creation of a number of more objective diagnoses, identification can be facilitated. Accordingly, 36% of marathon runners were recently found to have a history of HMB (Bruinvels, Burden, Brown

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Jerome N. Rachele, Vincent Learnihan, Hannah M. Badland, Suzanne Mavoa, Gavin Turrell and Billie Giles-Corti

  1047453 ). J.N.R., H.M.B., and S.M. are supported by the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Healthy Liveable Communities ( No. 1061404 ) and The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre ( No. 9100001 ). H.M.B. and S.M. are also supported in part by VicHealth . B.G.-C. is supported by an NHMRC

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Petter Fagerberg

/day • 3 g HMB/day • 2 g fish oil/day • 5 g creatine monohydrate/day • 6 g β-alanine • 1 × multivitamin/day • Start: ∼2,700 kcal/day and ∼250 g protein, 240 g CHO, and 70 g of fat/day, with two high CHO days/week (400 g/day) • End: ∼2,100 kcal/day and 250 g protein, 140 g CHO, and 51 g of fat/day with 2

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Katherine Elizabeth Black, Alistair David Black and Dane Frances Baker

, beta-alanine, creatine, β-hydroxy β-methylbutyrate (HMB), L-glutamine, omega-3 fish oils, multivitamin, probiotic, conjugated linoleic acid, and electrolyte tablet ( Bradley et al., 2015b ). The evidence supporting the use of these supplements is variable and depends on the individual player’s needs

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Mark Messina, Heidi Lynch, Jared M. Dickinson and Katharine E. Reed

, M. , . . . Moller , N. ( 2017 ). Anabolic effects of leucine-rich whey protein, carbohydrate, and soy protein with and without β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate (HMB) during fasting-induced catabolism: A human randomized crossover trial . Clinical Nutrition, 36 , 697 – 705 . PubMed ID: 27265181

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Nikos Ntoumanis, Vassilis Barkoukis, Daniel F. Gucciardi and Derwin King Chung Chan

Lucidi et al. ( 2008 ), we presented athletes with a list of substances, including five of the most common legal nutritional supplements (i.e., protein and amino acids; vitamins and minerals; glutamine; creatine; and Tribulus, ZMA, HMB, or other testosterone boosters) and five of the most common doping