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This article is from Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Reports of high levels of use of protein powders and nutritional supplements among young men is a concern because these substances may act as a gateway for the use of drugs and illegal substances to enhance appearance or sports performance. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between body dissatisfaction, weight change behaviors, supplement use, and attitudes towards doping in sport among an adolescent male sample. Methods: Participants were 1148 male adolescents age range 11-21 years in Australia who completed a self-report questionnaire that measured weight change behaviors, supplement use, body dissatisfaction Male Body Attitudes Scale; MBAS and attitudes towards doping in sport Performance Enhancing Attitudes Survey; PEAS. Results: There was a positive correlation between MBAS total and PEAS scores r = .19, p 



Author: Yager, Zali; O'Dea, Jennifer A

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