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  1. Prevalence of vitamin D insufficiency/deficiency has been noted in athletic ... e.g. UV radiated mushrooms) may support vitamin D status and is therefore of current scientific ... impact of a mushroom-derived foo...

    Authors: Jorge Marques Pinto, Viviane Merzbach, Ashley G. B. Willmott, Jose Antonio and Justin Roberts
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2020 17:54
  2. Vitamin D is an essential nutrient for maintaining bone ... this longitudinal, observational study was to assess vitamin D status, biomarkers of bone turnover, and vitamin D and calcium intake in female Soldiers ...

    Authors: Laura J Lutz, J Philip Karl, Jennifer C Rood, Sonya J Cable, Kelly W Williams, Andrew J Young and James P McClung
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2012 9:38
  3. Vitamin D is an essential nutrient for maintaining bone health. Recent data suggest that vitamin D and calcium supplementation might affect stress fracture ... training, no study has investigated changes in vitamin

    Authors: Nancy E Andersen, J Philip Karl, Sonya J Cable, Kelly W Williams, Jennifer C Rood, Andrew J Young, Harris R Lieberman and James P McClung
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2010 7:38
  4. The beneficial adaptation of skeletal muscle function to strenuous exercise is partially attributable to the improvement of vitamin D status. The present study aimed to evaluate the effects of a 3-week vitamin D ...

    Authors: Aleksandra Żebrowska, Ewa Sadowska-Krępa, Arkadiusz Stanula, Zbigniew Waśkiewicz, Olga Łakomy, Eduard Bezuglov, Pantelis T. Nikolaidis, Thomas Rosemann and Beat Knechtle
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2020 17:18
  5. Vitamin D contributes to the optimal functioning of muscles. ... was designed to determine the modulating effect of vitamin D supplementation on the degree of muscle cell...

    Authors: W. Pilch, B. Kita, A. Piotrowska, Ł. Tota, M. Maciejczyk, O. Czerwińska-Ledwig, E. Sadowska- Krepa, S. Kita and T. Pałka
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2020 17:53
  6. To compare serum levels of bone turnover markers in athletes and non-athletes, and to evaluate the relationship between serum levels of vitamin D metabolites and exercise-induced changes in biomarker...

    Authors: Jan Mieszkowski, Andrzej Kochanowicz, Elżbieta Piskorska, Bartłomiej Niespodziński, Joanna Siódmiak, Krzysztof Buśko, Blazej Stankiewicz, Dorota Olszewska-Słonina and Jędrzej Antosiewicz
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2021 18:29
  7. The purpose of this review is to examine vitamin D in the context of sport nutrition and its potential role in optimizing athletic performance. Vitamin D receptors (VDR) and vitamin D response elements (VDREs) ar...

    Authors: Dylan T. Dahlquist, Brad P. Dieter and Michael S. Koehle
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2015 12:33
  8. English written randomized controlled trials (RCTs) that looked at effects of vitamin D3 supplementation on muscle strength in healthy ... Embase and Cochrane Library). Serum 25(OH)D above 30 ng/mL is considered ...

    Authors: Qi Han, Xueyang Li, Qiushi Tan, Jing Shao and Muqing Yi
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2019 16:55
  9. In this study, we investigated the effects of supplementation and exercise on the expression of genes associated with inflammation like CCL2, CRP, IL1, IL6, IL10 mRNA in elderly women.

    Authors: Małgorzata Żychowska, Agata Grzybkowska, Mariusz Zasada, Anna Piotrowska, Danuta Dworakowska, Olga Czerwińska-Ledwig, Wanda Pilch and Jędrzej Antosiewicz
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2021 18:19
  10. Exercise training is known to induce an increase in free radical production potentially leading to enhanced muscle injury. Vitamins C and E are well known antioxidants that may prevent muscle cell damage. The ...

    Authors: Claudio C. Zoppi, Rodrigo Hohl, Fernando C. Silva, Fernanda L. Lazarim, Joaquim Antunes Neto, Mirtes Stancanneli and Denise V. Macedo
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2006 3:37
  11. The aim of this commentary was to discuss the last studies regarding the effect of antioxidant vitamins supplementation on oxidative stress in exercise in humans. The inclusion criteria encompassed published s...

    Authors: Cainara Lins Draeger, Andréia Naves, Natália Marques, Ana Beatriz Baptistella, Renata Alves Carnauba, Valéria Paschoal and Humberto Nicastro
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2014 11:4
  12. Analysis determined that each of the four popular diet plans failed to provide minimum RDI sufficiency for all 27 micronutrients analyzed. The four diet plans, on average, were found to be RDI sufficient in (11.7...

    Authors: Jayson B Calton
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2010 7:24
  13. Sports nutrition is a constantly evolving field with hundreds of research papers published annually. For this reason, keeping up to date with the literature is often difficult. This paper is a five year update...

    Authors: Richard B Kreider, Colin D Wilborn, Lem Taylor, Bill Campbell, Anthony L Almada, Rick Collins, Mathew Cooke, Conrad P Earnest, Mike Greenwood, Douglas S Kalman, Chad M Kerksick, Susan M Kleiner, Brian Leutholtz, Hector Lopez, Lonnie M Lowery, Ron Mendel…
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2010 7:7
  14. Sport nutrition is a constantly evolving field with literally thousands of research papers published annually. For this reason, keeping up to date with the literature is often difficult. This paper presents a ...

    Authors: Richard B Kreider, Anthony L Almada, Jose Antonio, Craig Broeder, Conrad Earnest, Mike Greenwood, Thomas Incledon, Douglas S Kalman, Susan M Kleiner, Brian Leutholtz, Lonnie M Lowery, Ron Mendel, Jeffrey R Stout, Darryn S Willoughby and Tim N Ziegenfuss
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2004 1:1
  15. Twelve recruits were diagnosed with stress fracture in the tibia or femur (SF group). Sixty two recruits completed BT without stress fractures (NSF). Calcium and vitamin D intakes reported on induction day were l...

    Authors: Daniel S Moran, Yuval Heled, Yael Arbel, Eran Israeli, Aharon S Finestone, Rachel K Evans and Ran Yanovich
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2012 9:6
  16. Sports nutrition is a constantly evolving field with hundreds of research papers published annually. In the year 2017 alone, 2082 articles were published under the key words ‘sport nutrition’. Consequently, st...

    Authors: Chad M. Kerksick, Colin D. Wilborn, Michael D. Roberts, Abbie Smith-Ryan, Susan M. Kleiner, Ralf Jäger, Rick Collins, Mathew Cooke, Jaci N. Davis, Elfego Galvan, Mike Greenwood, Lonnie M. Lowery, Robert Wildman, Jose Antonio and Richard B. Kreider
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2018 15:38
  17. Soccer is a form of exercise that induces inflammatory response, as well as an increase in free radicals potentially leading to muscle injury. Balanced nutritional intake provides important antioxidant vitamin...

    Authors: Leyre Gravina, Fatima Ruiz, Elena Diaz, Jose Antonio Lekue, Aduna Badiola, Jon Irazusta and Susana Maria Gil
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2012 9:32
  18. Our purpose was to determine the relationship between energy intake, energy availability, dietary fat and lower extremity injury in adult female runners. We hypothesized that runners who develop overuse runnin...

    Authors: Kristen E Gerlach, Harold W Burton, Joan M Dorn, John J Leddy and Peter J Horvath
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2008 5:1
  19. With the growth of social media as a platform to share information, veganism is becoming more visible, and could be becoming more accepted in sports and in the health and fitness industry. However, to date, there...

    Authors: David Rogerson
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2017 14:36
  20. The primary nutritional challenge facing endurance runners is meeting the nutrient requirements necessary to optimize the performance and recovery of prolonged training sessions. Supplement intake is a commonl...

    Authors: Katharina Wirnitzer, Mohamad Motevalli, Derrick Tanous, Martina Gregori, Gerold Wirnitzer, Claus Leitzmann, Lee Hill, Thomas Rosemann and Beat Knechtle
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2021 18:64

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  21. Food frequency questionnaires are considered an effective method for assessing habitual dietary intake, but they must be developed or validated with the target population. Portion size, supplement use and food...

    Authors: Kazuko Ishikawa-Takata, Kaori Okamoto and Motoko Taguchi
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2021 18:34
  22. Dietary supplement use is endemic in young athletes; however, it is unclear if their choices are congruent with their motivation for supplementation and the established benefits of the dietary supplements. The...

    Authors: Jill A. Parnell, Kristin Wiens and Kelly Anne Erdman
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2015 12:49
  23. Phyllanthus amarus (PA) is a herbal plant containing antioxidant compounds that scavenge free radicals. The reduced oxidative stress may decrease muscle damage leading to early recovery from muscle soreness. This...

    Authors: Thapanee Roengrit, Panakaporn Wannanon, Piyapong Prasertsri, Yupaporn Kanpetta, Bung-orn Sripanidkulchai and Naruemon Leelayuwat
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2014 11:9
  24. British Army Phase One training exposes men and women to challenging distances of 13.5 km·d− 1 vs. 11.8 km·d− 1 and energy expenditures of ~ 4000 kcal·d− 1 and ~ 3000 kcal·d− 1, respectively. As such, it is essen...

    Authors: Shaun Chapman, Justin Roberts, Lee Smith, Alex Rawcliffe and Rachel Izard
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2019 16:59
  25. Both acute bouts of prior exercise (preconditioning) and antioxidant nutrients have been used in an attempt to attenuate muscle injury or oxidative stress in response to resistance exercise. However, most stud...

    Authors: Richard J Bloomer, Michael J Falvo, Brian K Schilling and Webb A Smith
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2007 4:9
  26. Athletes are expected to consider multiple factors when making informed decision about nutritional supplement use. Besides rules, regulations and potential health hazards, the efficacy of different nutritional...

    Authors: Andrea Petróczi, Declan P Naughton, Jason Mazanov, Allison Holloway and Jerry Bingham
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2007 4:19
  27. Bone mineral density (BMD) of the total body and its regions was measured by dual energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA). Values for total body, spine, pelvis and leg were entered into a statistical mixed regression m...

    Authors: Kathy Prelack, Johanna Dwyer, Paula Ziegler and Joseph J Kehayias
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2012 9:57
  28. In 2002, a total of 81% of the athletes used dietary supplements (a mean of 3.37 ± 3.06 DS per user) and in 2009, a ... mean of 2.60 ± 2.69 per DS user) used them. After adjusting for ... , 0.43-0.90). Decrease i...

    Authors: Anni Heikkinen, Antti Alaranta, Ilkka Helenius and Tommi Vasankari
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2011 8:1
  29. Position Statement: The International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) bases the following position stand on a critical analysis of the literature on the safety and efficacy of the use of energy drinks (ED) ...

    Authors: Bill Campbell, Colin Wilborn, Paul La Bounty, Lem Taylor, Mike T Nelson, Mike Greenwood, Tim N Ziegenfuss, Hector L Lopez, Jay R Hoffman, Jeffrey R Stout, Stephen Schmitz, Rick Collins, Doug S Kalman, Jose Antonio and Richard B Kreider
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2013 10:1
  30. Dietary supplement use among recreational athletes is common, with the intention of reducing inflammation and improving recovery. We aimed to describe the relationship between omega-3 fatty acid supplement use...

    Authors: Mette Wærstad Hansen, Stein Ørn, Christine B. Erevik, Magnus Friestad Bjørkavoll-Bergseth, Øyvind Skadberg, Tor H. Melberg, Kristin M. Aakre and Øyunn Kleiven
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2021 18:51
  31. Cashew apple juice (CAJ) was shown to improve immunological mechanisms by regulating a balance between reactive oxygen species and antioxidant concentrations. However, no study exploring the effects of the CAJ...

    Authors: Piyapong Prasertsri, Thapanee Roengrit, Yupaporn Kanpetta, Terdthai Tong-un, Supaporn Muchimapura, Jintanaporn Wattanathorn and Naruemon Leelayuwat
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2019 16:31
  32. Exercise induces free radicals’ overproduction and therefore, an enhancement of oxidative stress, defined as an imbalance between the production of reactive species and the intrinsic antioxidant defense. Redox...

    Authors: Edurne Elejalde, Mari Carmen Villarán and Rosa María Alonso
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2021 18:3
  33. Iron deficiency is widely recognized as being the cause of anemia in athletes, although iron status in athletes of Kendo, a traditional Japanese martial art based on swordsmanship and practiced as an educational ...

    Authors: Takahiro Nabeyama, Yosuke Suzuki, Kana Yamamoto, Michiko Sakane, Yoichiro Sasaki, Haruka Shindo, Morihito Takita and Masahiro Kami
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2020 17:62
  34. Owing to the mechanics of anti-doping regulation via the World Anti-Doping Agency's Prohibited List, nutritional supplement use received little attention in comparison to the prevalence of doping. The aims of ...

    Authors: Andrea Petroczi and Declan P Naughton
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2008 5:2
  35. Individuals who have knowledge on the importance of adequate and balanced diet and reflect this knowledge to their behaviors are considered to be more successful in sports life. The present study aims to evalu...

    Authors: Yahya Ozdoğan and Ayse Ozfer Ozcelik
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2011 8:11
  36. Following DIY (do it yourself) diets as well as consuming supplements exceeding by far the recommended daily intake levels, is common among athletes; these dietary habits often lead to an overconsumption of so...

    Authors: Lucio Della Guardia, Maurizio Cavallaro and Hellas Cena
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2015 12:16
  37. Nutritional ergogenic aids are commonly used to boost physiological adaptations to exercise and promote greater fitness gains. However, there is a paucity of data about multi-ingredient pre-workout supplementa...

    Authors: Caique Figueiredo, Fábio Santos Lira, Fabricio Eduardo Rossi, François Billaut, Rodrigo Loschi and Camila S. Padilha
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2020 17:30
  38. Exercise-induced muscle damage (EIMD) is accompanied by localized oxidative stress / inflammation which, in the short-term at least, is associated with impaired muscular performance. Dietary antioxidants have ...

    Authors: Yanita McLeay, Matthew J Barnes, Toby Mundel, Suzanne M Hurst, Roger D Hurst and Stephen R Stannard
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2012 9:19
  39. The objective was to study nutritional supplement use among young elite UK athletes to establish whether a rationale versus practice incongruence exists, and to investigate the sources of information. Survey d...

    Authors: Andrea Petróczi, Declan P Naughton, Gemma Pearce, Richard Bailey, Andrew Bloodworth and Michael McNamee
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2008 5:22
  40. Elite adolescent female figure skaters compete in an aesthetic-based sport that values thin builds and lithe figures. To conform to the sport’s physical requirements, skaters may alter their eating patterns in...

    Authors: Johanna Dwyer, Alanna Eisenberg, Kathy Prelack, Won O Song, Kendrin Sonneville and Paula Ziegler
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2012 9:53
  41. Healthy men (30.3 ± 6.9 y, 183.1 ± 5.6 cm, 86.7 ± 11.9 kg), with a 5–15 handicap were assigned in a double-blind, placebo-controlled manner to ingest for 30 days either a placebo (PLA, n = 13) or a dietary sup...

    Authors: Tim N Ziegenfuss, Scott M Habowski, Robert Lemieux, Jennifer E Sandrock, A William Kedia, Chad M Kerksick and Hector L Lopez
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2015 12:4
  42. Phosphatidic acid (PA) is a lipid messenger that has been shown to increase muscle protein synthesis via signaling stimulation of the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR). MaxxTOR® (MT) is a supplement that co...

    Authors: Guillermo Escalante, Michelle Alencar, Bryan Haddock and Phillip Harvey
    Citation: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2016 13:24