Subject: alliedhealth | Nutrition. Foods and food supply | TX341-641 | Research Article | sports | psychology | Sports medicine | RC1200-1245 | Food Science | Nutrition and Dietetics
<p>Abstract</p> <p>Background</p> <p>Substances with performance enhancing properties appear on a continuum, ranging from prohibited performance enhancing drugs (PED) through dietary supplements to functional foods (FF). Anti-doping messages designed to dissuade athlete... View more
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