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Ellie Hayes

Lecturer

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

Ellie Hayes

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  • Exploring the Advantages and Disadvantages of a Whole Foods Approach for Elevating Dietary Nitrate Intake: Have Researchers Concentrated Too Much on Beetroot Juice?, Griffiths, A., Alhulaefi, S., Hayes, E., Matu, J., Brandt, K., Watson, A., Siervo, M., Shannon, O. 20 Jun 2023, In: Applied Sciences (Switzerland)
  • Recovery from resistance exercise in older adults: A protocol for a scoping review, Hayes, E., Stevenson, E., Sayer, A., Granic, A., Hurst, C. Jan 2022, In: BMJ Open Sport and Exercise Medicine


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