Xi’an Technological University, Xi’an, China
College students are the hope of the country’s development, the backbone of the country’s future development, and an important pillar of social progress. The physical condition of college students affects the speed and quality of the country's future development to a certain extent. This article aims to study the effect of sports and nutrition on improving the immunity of students. In terms of body weight, compared with the control group, the status of the exercise group and the exercise + nutrition group is analyzed. When the energy supply rate of protein is higher than 25%, it will be close to the peak of the recommended value. However, the actual intake is low and the energy supply High rate, which leads to the undesirable phenomenon of low protein levels in the body. Scientific diet and exercise can help students lose weight, but unilateral diet control and physical exercise cannot achieve good results. Analyzing the reasons, this experimental study believes that this is mainly due to the subjects maintaining a certain amount of exercise and reasonable diet during the experiment. The experimental results showed that the body weight was significantly reduced after the experiment, with a very significant difference (P<0.01); compared with the exercise group, the weight of the nutrition group increased significantly after the experiment, with a significant difference (P<0.05). Compared with the exercise group, there was a significant increase in nutrition, and the difference was statistically significant (P <0.05). The combination of exercise and nutrition has become more and more obvious in enhancing the immunity of students, which is mainly manifested in the following aspects: firstly, regulating the immune status of the human body, and secondly, enhancing the human body's exercise capacity and the ability to resist diseases to reduce The occurrence of infection.
Sports Research, Nutrition Collocation, Student Immunity,Nutrition Research
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