PUBLISHED

January 2017

AUTHOR

Lindsay B. Baker, PhD

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SSE #160

Luc J.C. van Loon, PhD

January 2017

Topics: Protein

SSE #159

Stuart M. Phillips, PhD

October 2016

Topics: Protein

SSE #109

Is There a Need for Protein Ingestion During Exercise?

Allowing muscle protein synthesis rates to increase during exercise training may facilitate the skeletal muscle adaptive response to exercise training and improve training efficiency.

Luc J.C. van Loon, PhD

January 2013

Topics: Training & Performance, Protein

SSE #107

Protein Consumption and Resistance Exercise: Maximizing Anabolic Potential

The processes of muscle protein synthesis (MPS) and muscle protein breakdown (MPB) occur concurrently. This constant protein turnover allows the muscle fiber to change its protein structure if loading demands or diet changes. The plasticity of skeletal muscle to respond to altered loading and contractile patterns is evidence of the capacity for remodeling that a fiber can undergo. It is quite well documented for example that mitochondrial content increases with endurance-type work.

Stuart M. Phillips, PhD

January 2013

Topics: Body Composition, Protein

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