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  1. Essential NutrientsNutrients that either the body can make itself, assuming adequate nutritional intake, or nutrients that aren't needed for normal physiological functioning.

          

  2. TyrosineDipeptide found primarily in muscle that can help to decrease muscular fatigue.

          

  3. Nonessential NutrientsNutrients that either the body can make itself, assuming adequate nutritional intake, or nutrients that aren't needed for normal physiological functioning.

          

  4. Nutrient-Dense FoodScrutinized and examined by other professionals working in a similar field or relevant research area.

          

  5. GlutamineConditionally essential amino acid that is abundant in muscle tissue.

          

  6. Beta AlanineA xanthine derivative that can stimulate the central nervous system.

          

  7. CarnosineDipeptide found primarily in muscle that can help to decrease muscular fatigue.

          

  8. Central Nervous System (CNS)Nutrients present in food that are needed for normal physiological functioning.

          

  9. Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)A recognized term used worldwide regarding the control and management of manufacturing and quality control testing of foods, pharmaceutical products, and medical devises.

          

  10. Supplement Needs AnalysisFoods that provide substantial amounts of nutrients with only necessary calories.

          

  11. www.pubmed.comWorld' largest freely available medical database.

          

  12. Part-Time Supplement UserNutrients present in food that are needed for normal physiological functioning.

          

  13. International Olympic Committee (IOC)The portion of the nervous system made up of the brain and spinal cord.

          

  14. Peer-reviewedA non-essential amino acid.

          

  15. Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD)The portion of the nervous system made up of the brain and spinal cord.

          

  16. CaffeineA xanthine derivative that can stimulate the central nervous system.

          

  17. CreatineNitrogenous substance, derived from arginine, glycine and methionine, found in muscle tissue.

          

  18. Food And Drug Administration (FDA)United States government agency that enforces laws on the manufacturing, testing, and use of drugs and medical devices; does not regulate dietary supplements.

          

  19. Green Tea ExtractNutrients present in food that are needed for normal physiological functioning.