Carbohydrate supplementation does not blunt the prolonged exercise-induced reduction of in vivo immunity

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Davison, Glen;
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Background\ud \ud Carbohydrate (CHO) supplementation during prolonged exercise is widely acknowledged to blunt in vitro immunoendocrine responses, but no study has investigated in vivo immunity.\ud Purpose\ud \ud To determine the effect of CHO supplementation during pro... View more
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