May 2012
NZ Rugby World;May2012, Issue 151, p80
The article offers the author's insights on the right nutrition to take when rugby injuries occurred. The author states that drinking alcohol could hamper or impair muscle recovery after taking a rugby game. She says that glucose could be provided by eating carbogydrate foods such as wholegrain breads, brown rice taro, and pasta. She adds that eating carbohydrate foods could preserve muscle mass.


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