Bibliografía | Proteínas y Ejercicio

 

Varios colegas, estudiantes e interesados en datos científicos me han pedido via Facebook y correo lecturas sugeridas sobre la charla de proteínas y ejercicio que di en el pasado VI Curso Internacional de Endocrinología. Ante todo, quiero agradecer de forma especial por la invitación a la Asociación Colombiana de Endocrinología, Diabetes y Metabolismo, organizadores del evento.

He reunido 15 referencias que han enriquecido mi conocimiento y entendimiento alrededor de este tema. Espero que les sea útil, bienvenidas las sugerencias.

 

JD

 

Bibliografía | Proteínas y Ejercicio

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