Revisão Sistemática: Dieta Cetogênica e Suas Implicações na Performance

Por: Ana Paula Dahlke e Kelly Ribeiro de Freitas Viana.

Kinesis - v.36 - n.1 - 2018

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Introdução: O glicogênio é fonte energética para ações musculares. Dietas ricas em carboidratos permitem o armazenamento e disponibilização desse glicogênio. As dietas cetogênicas, apesar de reduzir os estoques de glicogênio, permitem que o organismo utilize como substrato a gordura corporal. Objetivamos identificar se a mudança alimentar pode influenciar na performance. Metodologia: Trata-se de uma revisão sistemática na base de dados do PubMed. Resultados: Foram encontrados 100 estudos. Cinco foram selecionados para compor este artigo. Conclusão: Esse tipo de intervenção dietética permite a perda de gordura corporal, mantendo a estrutura muscular construída pelo treinamento, sem prejudicar a performance.

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