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Dietary Effects of Sulfur Amino Acids

The purpose of this study is to determine the level of sulfur amino acids in the diet that is needed to maintaining glutathione antioxidant status. This information could prove very useful in medicine because it could allow identification of an optimal diet for control of antioxidant levels. This diet could be used in conjunction with other therapies in order to prevent or delay oxidative stress and any diseases that may result from this. Total study participation will inclu...


The Role of Sulfur Amino Acids in Risk of Kwashiorkor

This observational cross-sectional study is investigating if young children in populations with higher prevalence of kwashiorkor malnutrition have lower dietary sulfur amino acid intake than populations with lower prevalence of kwashiorkor, controlling for multiple potential confounding factors. Intake is estimated through diet recalls during interviews with a child's caregiver, analysis of urine samples and analysis of food samples for their amino acid profiles.

Metabolic Analysis in Human Sulfur Amino Acid Deficiency

Varied food intake, disease, and genetic differences result in complex diet-health interactions. In principle, information-rich metabolic analyses combined with bioinformatic tools provide an approach to explore these interactions. This project is a feasibility study of the use of high-resolution 1H-nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to study metabolic perturbations induced by a deficiency in sulfur amino acids (SAA). The investigators will 1) test the hypothesis that deficient...


Amino Acids in Urine, Diet, and Blood Pressure: International Population Study

To analyze the relationship of dietary variables to urinary excretion of amino acids and the relationships of specific urinary amino acids to blood pressure.

Taurine Supplementation on Lower Extremity Vasculopathy in Patients With Diabetes

Diabetes has become important risk factors for threatening human life and health. Lower extremity arterial occlusive are the common complications of diabetes.Sulfur amino acid is the indispensable amino acid in mammals, and its metabolites include Taurine, Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and sulfur dioxide (SO2). Taurine was first isolated more than 150 years ago from ox (Taurus) bile. Although the taurine can be synthesized in vivo by cysteine in the presence of cysteine dioxygenase, i...

Protein Requirements in Endurance-trained Athlete

Protein requirements in individuals who participate in endurance-based exercise training have been suggested to be greater than the current recommended dietary allowance (RDA). Nutritional requirements for dietary amino acids in adults have traditionally been determined utilizing the nitrogen balance technique, which is prone to underestimating protein requirements. As a result, there is a need to re-evaluate recommendations in order to characterize how dietary amino acid need...

Supplementation of a Leucine-enriched Protein Blend

It is well known that dietary protein transiently stimulates muscle protein synthesis (MPS) whereby changes in MPS in response to feeding may be regulated by specific downstream target proteins of mammalian target of rapamycin signaling, such as S6K1, rpS6, and eIF2B. A meal deficient in protein, however, does not increase the rate of MPS because a rise in the bioavailability of amino acids does not occur. In addition, the source of dietary proteins has been shown to impact pos...

Effect of Non-essential Amino Acids on Protein Requirements for Endurance Athletes

Protein requirements in individuals who participate in endurance-based exercise training have been suggested to be greater than the current recommended dietary allowance (RDA). The biological value of protein depends on its amino acid composition. Essential amino acids are believed to have main role on whole body protein metabolism. However, it remains to be determined what role non-essential amino acids (NEAA) may have in regulating protein metabolism and contributing to the ...

Protein Requirements for Active Adolescent Males (IAAO-AM)

Protein requirements in active individuals have been suggested to be greater than the current recommended dietary allowance (RDA). Nutritional requirements for dietary amino acids in adolescents have traditionally been determined utilizing the nitrogen balance technique, which is prone to underestimating protein requirements. As a result, there is a need to re-evaluate recommendations in order to characterize how dietary amino acid needs may be modulated by physical activity. ...

Protein Requirements In Active Populations

Protein requirements in active individuals have been suggested to be greater than the current recommended dietary allowance (RDA). Nutritional requirements for dietary amino acids in adults have traditionally been determined utilizing the nitrogen balance technique, which is prone to underestimating protein requirements. As a result, there is a need to re-evaluate recommendations in order to characterize how dietary amino acid needs may be modulated by physical activity. ...

Protein Requirements for Active Adolescent Females

Protein requirements in active individuals have been suggested to be greater than the current recommended dietary allowance (RDA). Nutritional requirements for dietary amino acids in adolescents have traditionally been determined utilizing the nitrogen balance technique, which is prone to underestimating protein requirements. As a result, there is a need to re-evaluate recommendations in order to characterize how dietary amino acid needs may be modulated by physical activity. ...

Dynamic Aspects of Amino Acid Metabolism

This protocol seeks to define aspects of intestinal and hepatic uptake and metabolism of several amino acids. The major hypothesis to be tested is that the splanchic bed (intestine and liver) conserves essential amino acids and metabolites while synthesizing and metabolizing nonessential amino acids. The aims of the study include defining the relative roles of enteral and hepatic extraction/metabolism in the disposition of glutamate, alanine, methionine and other amino acids....

Protein Requirements In Active Female Populations

Protein requirements in active individuals have been suggested to be greater than the current recommended dietary allowance (RDA). Nutritional requirements for dietary amino acids in adults have traditionally been determined utilizing the nitrogen balance technique, which is prone to underestimating protein requirements. As a result, there is a need to re-evaluate recommendations in order to characterize how dietary amino acid needs may be modulated by physical activity. ...

Effects of Dietary Interventions on Serum and Macrophage Atherogenicity

While previous atherosclerosis-related studies have focused mainly on the atherogenicity of lipids, the proposed study aims to investigate the effects of other dietary factors, i.e. monosaccharides, disaccharides, amino acids, or artificial sweeteners, on the atherogenicity of serum or macrophages. Findings from the current proposed study may shed light on yet unknown mechanisms by which the above dietary factors could affect atherosclerosis development and CVD risk and hence c...

Testing of Micellar Casein, Blended Micellar Casein and Native Whey

The importance of protein in nutrition is momentous to ones health. Dietary proteins are essentially nutritional because they contain amino acids, which the body uses to build its own proteins, as well as other molecules that are essential for life. Protein when consumed, travels through your digestive system and is absorbed. They then enter the blood for transport to bodily tissues, and therefore, can be detected by blood sampling. There are differing amounts of each amino aci...

Study of Antioxidants and Oxidants in Malnourished Children

It is believed that the organs of severely malnourished children malfunction because harmful compounds called oxidants injure the tissues in these organs. In a healthy person oxidants are made harmless because another compound called glutathione neutralizes them. Glutathione is made from three amino acids that we get from the protein we eat in our food. We found that malnourished children were not making enough glutathione because they lacked one of these amino acids called c...

Taurine Supplementation on Cognitive Function in Patients With Diabetes

Diabetes has become important risk factors for threatening human life and health. Studies have shown that chronic hyperglycemia lead to microvascular brain injury. The more common types of dementia are Alzheimer's disease (AD). Cognitive dysfunction is a precursor to Alzheimer's disease. Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a cognitive impairment between normal aging and dementia, mainly manifested as memory impairment, especially episode memory defects, but also named obstacles,...

Protein Requirements for Active Children

Nutritional requirements for dietary amino acids in children have traditionally been determined utilizing the nitrogen balance technique, which is prone to underestimating protein requirements. As a result, there is a need to re-evaluate recommendations in order to characterize how dietary amino acid needs may be modulated by physical activity in healthy, active children. The purpose of this study is to measure the protein requirement in children (boys and girls) using the IAAO...

Impact of Food Process and Mastication on Nutrient Bioavailability

This project aims at assessing - the impact of heat treatment on the bioavailability of meat carnosine and amino acids, - the interaction between masticatory efficiency and heat treatment of meat on the bioavailability of carnosine and amino acids - the effect of dietary calcium on tomato lycopene bioavailability.

Effects of Branched-Chain Amino Acids on Muscle Ammonia Metabolism in Patients With Cirrhosis and Healthy Subjects

The purpose of this study is to determine whether Branched chain Amino Acids enhances the uptake of ammonia in muscle tissue.

Metabolic Availability of Methionine From Chickpeas in Adult Men

The research study is being done so we can determine the quality of the protein present in Canadian chickpeas. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and protein quality is determined by the amount of amino acids present and by their bioavailability (their absorption and use by the body). Some amino acids are essential which means they must be obtained from the diet. If any one of the essential amino acids is missing in the diet, the body cannot make proteins that are u...

Supplementation of a Leucine-Enriched Dairy Protein Blend

It is well known that dietary protein is a powerful transient stimulator of the muscle protein synthetic rate (MPS) whereby changes in MPS in response to feeding may be regulated by specific downstream target proteins of mammalian target of rapamycin signaling, such as S6K1, rpS6, and eIF2B. A meal deficient in protein, however, does not increase the rate of MPS because a rise in the bioavailability of amino acids does not occur. In addition, the source of dietary proteins has ...

Plasma Free Amino Acids in Patients With Hepatic Encephalopathy

This is study to investigate the plasma free amino acids profile in patients with decompensated liver cirrhosis and hepatic encephalopathy and its relation to the nutritional state of these patients. - To investigate the plasma free amino acids relation to the nutritional state of patients with liver cirrhosis and hepatic encephalopathy. - To determine the effectiveness, cost, cost-benefit and in-hospital prognosis of branched chain amino acid (BCAA) inf...

Effect of Branched Chain Amino Acids on Muscle

With aging, there is a decrease in muscle mass and function especially in the energy storehouses of cells called mitochondria. Amino acids, the building blocks of protein, and insulin have been shown to increase muscle mitochondrial protein synthesis and thereby function. Branched chain amino acids which can only be provided in the diet seem to be key in this process. Therefore in our study, our aim is to study the effect of branched chain amino acids on muscle mitochondrial...

Metabolic Availability of Metionine From Lentils in Adult Men

The research study is being done so we can determine the quality of the protein present in Canadian lentils. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and protein quality is determined by the amount of amino acids present and by their bioavailability (their absorption and use by the body). Some amino acids are essential which means they must be obtained from the diet. If any one of the essential amino acids is missing in the diet, the body cannot make proteins that are use...


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