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Effect of an EAA/Whey Composition on Protein Metabolism

Sarcopenia, a progressive loss of muscle mass, strength and function, is an inevitable natural process of aging. While it may be impossible to completely reverse the progress of sarcopenia, it is well established that intake of dietary protein through essential amino acids (EAAs) and whey protein increases anabolic response. The current study will test if a specially formulated mixture of EAAs and whey protein can maximally stimulate anabolic responses at the levels of whole bo...

Resistance Exercise and Whey Protein Supplementation to Combat Age-related Sarcopenia

The aim of this randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel groups trial is to investigate the effects of 12 weeks resistance exercise and whey protein supplementation on multiple markers of sarcopenia in older men. Generally healthy, retired men aged 60-80 years will be recruited (n = 52 in total, n = 13 per group). Participants will be randomised to either: a) control group [placebo only], b) whey protein supplement group, c) resistance exercise + placebo group or...

Nutritional Strategies to Augment the Postprandial Muscle Protein Synthetic Response to the Ingestion of a Low Dose of Protein in Middle-aged Women

Using stable isotope methodology, investigators will determine the postabsorptive and postprandial muscle protein synthetic response in 60 female adults (Age 50-64, BMI:

Dose Response of Whey and Soy Protein Ingestion With and Without Resistance Exercise in Elderly Men

When we age, we lose muscle. It is not exactly clear why this happens, but we do know that this muscle loss can increase health risks and lead to health problems. Lifting weights (i.e. performing resistance exercise) and proper nutrition, in particular eating enough high quality protein, can help slow the loss of muscle mass or potentially even reverse it. Protein and resistance exercise are thought to do this by stimulating your muscle to make more proteins and/or potentially ...

Amino Acid Kinetics in Blood After Consuming Different Milk Protein Supplements

The aim of this study is to investigate the amino acid kinetics in blood after a bout of strength training and ingestion of different milk protein supplements (native whey, whey protein concentrate 80, hydrolysed whey, microparticulated whey and milk) The investigators hypothesize that native whey will give a faster and higher rise in blood concentrations of leucine compared to the other milk protein supplements.

Protein Balance in Protein Supplemented Frail Elderly Patients: Acute Study With Protein-tracer-techniques

The aim of this study is to investigate potential protein synthesis effects of whey protein high in leucine compared to whey protein with normal leucin content in fragile elderly patients in a acute crossover setting. We will use the method of a 2 X 3 h tracer infusing protocol with 15Nphenylalanine along with blood samples and muscle biopsies.

Improving Rehabilitation In Sarcopenia (IRIS)

This randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled supplementation trial tested the hypothesis that nutritional supplementation with whey protein, essential amino acids - mainly leucine - vitamin D and calcium concurrent with regular, controlled physical activity would increase the efficacy of physical rehabilitation in old adults suffering from sarcopenia

Whey Protein Effect on Glycaemic and Appetite Responses in T2D

The current study will investigate the effect if whey protein on postprandial glycaemia and appetite in type II diabetics, assessing incretin (GLP-1, GIP), insulin, and appetite control (leptin, PYY3-36) hormone responses.

Effect of Whey Protein Supplementation and Resistance Exercise on Muscle Parameters in Older Adults

This research study is looking at the effects of a whey protein nutritional supplement on changes in muscle mass, strength and physical function in response to a 6 month program of strength training exercise.

Whole Milk Versus Whey Protein Supplement and Resistance Exercise

The purpose of the study is to examine the effects of consuming protein supplement (whey) compared to whole milk immediately after bouts of resistance training on muscular strength and body composition.

Whey Protein Supplementation Associated With Resistance Training on Health Indicators in Trained Older Women

The main purpose of the present study was to investigate the effects of whey protein supplementation associated with resistance training on muscle strength, body composition, muscle quality, cellular hydration, cardiometabolic risk factors, inflammatory and oxidative stress markers in trained elderly women and to evaluate whether the timing of protein intake provide different responses on these variables.

Whey vs Casein to Combat Post-inflammatory Protein and Muscle Waste in Acute Disease

This study compares three different protein supplements (casein, whey and leucine-enriched whey) and their effect on post-inflammatory muscle waste in a model of acute disease. Each test person will undergo all three interventions. It is believed that leucine is the primary driver of muscle protein synthesis and therefore we hypothesize that leucine-enriched whey and whey are superior to casein in combating post-inflammatory muscle waste, because of its higher leucine content ...

Improvement of Sarcopenia in Patients Following Two Different Diets

Sarcopenia is defined as a decrease in muscular strength and muscle mass, accompanied by a decrease in physical performance. Seniors might develop sarcopenia because of a decreased physical activity and a decreased protein intake. Many patients also develop sarcopenia after a long stay in an intensive care unit. Protein intake is very important when treating sarcopenia. However, meeting the protein requirements at home proves difficult. Oral dietary supplements, given in addit...

Protein Timing, Lean Mass, Strength and Functional Capacity Gains in Postmenopausal Women

This study evaluated the effect of protein intake immediately after resistance exercise on lean mass, strength, and functional capacity gains in postmenopausal women. Participants were randomly assigned to protein-carbohydrate group (PC) (n=17), that ingested 30 g of whey protein immediately after exercise and 30 g of maltodextrin in the afternoon; and to carbohydrate-protein group (CP) (n=17), that ingested 30 g of maltodextrin immediately after exercise and 30 g of whey prote...

Effect of Fermented Mailard Reacted Whey Protein on Immune Function

To investigate the impact of supplementing fermented Mailard reacted whey protein (F-MRP) on natural killer (NK) cell activity, circulating cytokines and serum protein levels.

Meat and Whey Protein Supplementation in Athletes

The aim of this project is to investigate the potential benefits of combining a new protein meat hydrolysates extract with a regular resistance training programme on (a) body composition (b) performance (c) muscle structure (d) general markers health and immunity in athletes. As a second objective the investigators will analyse potential differences obtained from the ingestion of the new hydrolysates meat protein extract compared to the ingestion of others commercially availabl...

Whey and Soy Protein Supplementation in Football Players

In a constant effort to find ways to make a quicker recovery between demanding workouts and football matches, this study is the first to investigate the benefits of protein supplementation, and compares two types of proteins, an animal-derived (whey) and a plant-derived (soy) protein, after an exercise-induced muscle injury caused by a speed endurance training protocol. Soy protein could be a cheaper and more environment-friendly alternative for athletes involved in high-veloci...

Postprandial Blood Amino Acid Response

This study was designed to obtain information about the change in postprandial amino acids in blood over time, after consumption of different dairy products with varying proportions of whey protein and caseins, and different processing conditions.

The Effects of Whey vs. Collagen on MPS

With aging there is a natural loss of muscle mass and strength called sarcopenia, which increases the risk of falls and metabolic disease (i.e. Type II diabetes) and decreases the ability to perform activities of daily living. Eating protein and doing resistance exercise both increase the body's ability to make muscle protein, which is important to offset losses in muscle mass; however, older adults have a lower appetite and do not consume enough calories or protein to crease m...

Protein Supplementation and Fat Mass Loss

Investigators examined the associations between whey protein supplementation before meals with energy balance and body composition.

Hydrolyzed Casein and Whey Protein Supplementation and the Addition of Leucine to Induce Protein Anabolism in Malnourished COPD Patients

The aim of this study is the first aim of a NIH project that consists of 3 aims. The first aim examines the acute effects of two high-quality milk proteins (casein vs. whey) on whole-body and muscle protein metabolism in COPD patients with severe loss of muscle mass and the effects of adding leucine. The principal endpoints will be the extent of stimulation of net whole body protein synthesis as this is the principal mechanism by which either amino acid or protein intake causes...

Effect of Whey Protein' Supplementation and Exercise in Patients With Heart Failure

The aim of this study is evaluate the effect of whey protein supplementation on muscle mass preservation, improvement of strength and quality of life, and inflammatory parameters in patients with heart failure NYHA I or II followed by a cardiac rehabilitation program.

Absorption Comparison on Equivalency Value of Genepro Gen2

Genepro Gen2 Absorption and Protein Value Clinical Trial. The results show that the one tablespoon serving of Genepro Gen2 have the same impact on blood protein levels of that of a 30g serving of whey isolate. Thus proving the 1 tablespoon serving size of Genepro Gen2 is equivalent to a 30g serving of whey protein.

Metabolic and Appetite Responses to a Whey Protein Preload Following Prior Exercise in Overweight Males

Consuming whey protein may have beneficial effects on health, principally by having an impact on blood glucose metabolism, but also by affecting appetite. The purpose of this project is to investigate the effect of consuming whey protein preload prior to breakfast, following a bout of low/moderate intensity exercise (brisk walking), on glucose and lipids in the blood as well as on appetite. It is hypothesised that the consumption of whey protein before a meal after prior ...

Modified Whey Protein and Effect on Post Meal Glucose Levels Study

After meals, the level of glucose rises in the circulation. In some individuals who are overweight and older, blood glucose can rise to levels which can damage tissues and cause health problems. Usually the hormone insulin, released from the pancreas, effectively lowers blood glucose. However, in overweight and older people insulin is less effective. Certain foods can lower the rise in blood glucose, particularly proteins. This works by increasing the release of a hormone from ...

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