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Relative energy deficiency in sport (RED-S)1 is a clinical syndrome encompassing adverse health and performance (figure 1) consequences of low energy availability (LEA)2 in male3 and female exercisers of all ages and all levels from recreational to elite. LEA is a situation where energy intake is insufficient to cover the combined energy demands of training and baseline physiological processes to maintain health. LEA can arise unintentionally or intentionally (figure 2). Unintentional LEA results from …
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