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Proteins and exercise

Most athletes believe that proteins are a good and basic nutrient for improving athletic performance. The growing interest in the science of nutrition forces athletes to choose one of two extreme ways when it comes to protein intake. Some athletes choose a diet saturated with carbohydrates with an inadequate content of fats and proteins, or vice versa, with an excess of proteins, believing that "the more, the better." This polar attitude to proteins causes many athletes to ask themselves: how much protein is needed, whether it is good, when they are abundant, and how much is safe for consumption.

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