[Dietary iron intake and deficiency in elite women volleyball players].

Abstract:

INTRODUCTION:Volleyball practice requires repeated impacts on arms and feet caused by vertical jumps, falls, auctions, sudden and rapid changes of direction, which is why might raise us problems in the metabolism of iron (Fe) and the recommended intake of 18 mg/day (in the women in general), is not sufficient to meet the needs of the players of volleyball female (JVF). OBJECTIVE:We analyzed the FS and IST of 10 JVF a team of Spanish SuperLeague (26.6 ± 5.9 years and height 178.05 ± 8.7 cm) in two moments of the season: Week 0 (pre-start of preseason) and week 11 (after 11 weeks of training and 6 games of the regular season). Also calculated Fe intake in this period with consumption frequency questionnaire developed and tested with food dietary records of 7 days. RESULTS:We observed that an intake of 25.8 mg/day of dietary Fe is not sufficient to prevent 30% of the JVF suffer pre-latent iron deficiency and 20% latent deficit (pre-anemia). CONCLUSION:It could be recommended conducting periodic blood analytical and a food education, teaching which foods containing a high content of Fe-type heme, and the factors that can interfere with absorption.

journal_name

Nutr Hosp

journal_title

Nutricion hospitalaria

authors

Mielgo-Ayuso J,Urdampilleta A,Martínez-Sanz JM,Seco J

doi

10.3305/nh.2012.27.5.5948

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2012-09-01 00:00:00

pages

1592-7

issue

5

eissn

0212-1611

issn

1699-5198

pii

S0212-16112012000500032

journal_volume

27

pub_type

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