Practical Suggestions for Vegetarian Athletes

Laquale, Kathleen M.
July 2006
Athletic Therapy Today;Jul2006, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p59
Academic Journal
The article recommends health practices and behavior for vegetarian athletes. Vegetarians can be categorized by the types of foods that they consume. Vegetarian diets are more common among adolescents with eating disorders than in the general adolescent population. Athletic trainers should be concerned if symptoms of eating disorders surface in an athlete who states that he or she is a vegetarian.


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