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The female athlete triad involves which one of the following conditions? A. Obesity B. Type 2 diabetes C. Use of dietary supplements D. Amenorrhea
The Female Athlete Triad is a syndrome of three interrelated conditions that exist on a continuum of severity, [ including: Energy Deficit/Disordered Eating Menstrual Disturbances/Amenorrhea Bone Loss/Osteoporosis Female Athlete Triad is a serious health problem that involves disordered eating, low bone mass, and amenorrhea (cessation of the menstrual cycle) in female athletes. The condition
is most common in sports that emphasize leanness, such as cross country running, gymnastics, and figure skating. In the past 25 years, much has been learned about symptoms, risk factors, causes, and treatment strategies for Female Athlete Triad. Studies involving different types of athletes have provided valuable information that has helped many physically active women avoid the health problems of this condition. ]
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