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The International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism (IJSNEM) is dedicated to providing original research in the fields of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism. Devoted solely to the publication of findings in these areas, IJSNEM is both an outlet for international research and a vital resource for professionals in the many fields related to nutrition and metabolism. IJSNEM not only presents research findings but also features articles that relate principles from biochemistry and physiology to nutrition in sport and exercise.
Recent articles appearing in IJSNEM have addressed topics such as the effects of season-long vitamin D supplementation on collegiate swimmers, caffeine versus pseudoephedrine’s impact on cycling time trials, and milk supplementation for adolescents during a 6-month resistance training trial. With an editorial board consisting of the leading experts from the field who ensure a high-quality journal, future issues will address current topics related to sport nutrition and exercise.
IJSNEM is also published in a digital format, providing online subscribers with the same authoritative content of the print edition but with additional advantages, including the ability to search entire issues in seconds and access to back issues. The content of the online version of IJSNEM is available weeks before the print version arrives by mail, and subscribers can receive each issue's table of contents by e-mail when a new issue is published.
Ronald J. Maughan, PhD, is a professor of sport and exercise nutrition at Loughborough University, England. His research interests are in physiology, biochemistry, and nutrition of exercise performance. He is also interested in both the basic science of exercise and the applied aspects that relate to health and performance in sport. For 10 years, he chaired the Human and Exercise Physiology Group of the Physiological Society, and he now chairs the Sports Nutrition Working Group of the International Olympic Committee.