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Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport

Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport

Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport

Dr Nicky  Keay BA, MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCP
Dr Nicky Keay BA, MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCP
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

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Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S)

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Detailed discussion of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S)
Emphasise the importance of energy balance in reaching full athletic potential
Female Athlete Triad
Explain why female athlete triad is not simply a reversible training adaptation
RED-S in male athletes
Evolution of Female Athlete Triad as part of the broader spectrum of RED-S, including male athletes
RED-S in younger athletes
Energy balance of key importance for young, developing athletes
Mechanisms and effects of RED-S
Simplified description of multi-system effects
Optimal performance dependent on training/diet balance
RED-S impairs optimal performance with potential long-term health consequences
Dr Nicky  Keay BA, MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCP

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Dr Nicky Keay BA, MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCP
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

Dr Nicky Keay BA, MB (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCP
I have a keen interest in Sports and Exercise Medicine, in particular Endocrinological aspects of exercise. My research includes studies and publications relating to the effects of relative energy deficiency in sports across a range of ages. I was also part of the international medical team developing a dope test for growth hormone in athletes. My clinical attachments have included medical sports centres in Australia.

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