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To make it short, veg*an athletes should follow the same recommendations as veg*ans that are not athletes. Indeed, several studies have been done on the topic and here I summarize the most important ones, stating which considerations have been done for each subject: State of the art Medical science has no final assessment on veg* diets and sport. Little ...


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This 1999 study of students in the Flemish region of Belgium indicated that vegetarian youth had lower performance on strength tests but higher performance on endurance tests. The study had several limitations, including a small sample size. Hebbelinck et al. (1999) conducted anthropometric analyses (stature, weight, skinfold thicknesses), puberty ratings ...


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As some people suggested in comments, yoga is very broad term. You are probably referring to physical activity of stretching in variety of poses. For a person practicing yoga, becoming vegan part of yoga itself. It has positive effects on your body so it has to have positive effects on your yoga and well being. It's simply very natural to become free of ...


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