Travail de recherche : Véganisme et sports de force (haltérophilie, strong man, force athlétique…)

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I- Considérations nutritionnelles des sports de force

I-1 Besoins énergétiques

I-2 Répartitions des macronutriments

I-3 Palmarès de quelques athlètes de force vegans

II- Les problématiques rencontrées par les vegans

II-1 Apports protéiques et acides aminés

II-2 Les apports en micro-éléments

II-3 L’équilibre oméga 3 / oméga 6

II-4 La créatine





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