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Nutrition for Injury Prevention

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Published on March 9, 2014

Author: CateShanahan

Source: slideshare.net

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Team Health Consultant Dr Cate Shanahan's Presentation on Nutrition for Injury Prevention
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The Missing Link Three Steps Toward Injury Prevention

Stages of Healing Inflammatio n Early Repair Late Repair

Intensit y Stages of Healing Inflammatio n Repai r Tim e

Excess Inflammation Delays Repair Delayed Repair Intensit y Prolonged Inflammation Tim e

• More extensive damage • Promotes re-injury

These “Vegetable” Oils Promote • Canola Inflammation • Corn • Cottonseed • Sunflower • Safflower • Soy

Avoid Vegetable Oils Chose Real Foods Over Supplements

Weakened Tissues are Prone to Tears

Complete Protein Intact amino acids PLU S Collage ns

“Most injuries come when you’re fatigued.” Dwight Howard

Sugar Spike Blood levels (Sugar, Hormones) Causes the body to overreact with large amounts of insulin Sugar Crash Ideal blood sugar level Low blood sugar 20 0 Game starts 1:1 5 Half time 2:3 0 Buzzer

Sugar Spike Blood levels (Sugar, Hormones) Causes the body to overreact with large amounts of insulin 20 Adrenaline overdrive Ideal adrenaline level Sugar Crash 0 Game starts 1:1 5 Half time 2:3 0 Buzzer

Sugar Spike Causes the body to overreact with large amounts of insulin Blood levels (Sugar, Hormones) Danger Zone 20 Adrenaline overdrive Sugar Crash 0 Game starts 1:1 5 Half time 2:3 0 Buzzer

Blood levels (Sugar, Hormones) Danger Zone 20 Adrenaline overdrive Shakey Light- headed Perseverati on 0 Game starts 1:1 5 Half time 2:3 0 Buzzer

Sugar Spike Causes the body to overreact with large amounts of insulin Blood levels (Sugar, Hormones) Danger Zone 20 Sugar Crash Fatigue Focus loss 0 Game starts 1:1 5 Half time 2:3 0 Buzzer Irritability

Blood levels (Sugar, Hormones) KETOSIS Promotes Metabolic Stability 20 X Adrenaline at game-related baseline Stable blood sugar 0 Game starts 1:1 5 Half time 2:3 0 Buzzer

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