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Effect of Supplementary Dietary Protein (21g Per Day) on Lean Mass and Strength in Sedentary, Adult Vegetarians

It is possible that the lower protein intake in vegetarians and vegans may relate to a decrease in grip strength. Furthermore, there is limited research examining the effects of plant-based protein intake on strength and LBM independent of an exercise training component. The present study was designed to examine relationships between strength, protein intake, and LBM in underactive vegetarian and vegan adults, as well as the impact of protein supplementation (18 g mung bean pro...

Effect of Triticale, Mung Bean and Adzuki Bean Intervention on Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

This study is designed to evaluate short term effect of triticale, mung bean and adzuki bean intervention for health improvement in patients with type 2 diabetes.

Metabolic Availability of Methionine From Mung Beans in Healthy Young Adult Men

The research study is being done so we can determine the quality of the protein present in Mung beans. 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 used to r...

Effects of Faba Bean Fractions as Ingredients in Novel Food Products on Glycemia, Appetite and Metabolic Control

The investigators hypothesized that consuming crackers enriched with faba bean fractions (faba bean protein concentrate, faba bean protein isolate, faba bean flour and faba bean starch), would reduce the blood glucose response to the meal compared to a crackers without faba bean components and reduce food intake at a meal

Effects of Fava Bean Fractions as Ingredients in Novel Food Products on Glycemia, Appetite and Metabolic Control

To describe the effect and mechanisms of action faba bean powder and fractions (protein, starch and fiber) on glucose and insulin homeostasis, food intake, satiety and metabolic regulation in young adults (18 to 30 years).

Evaluating Muscle Weakness Improvement With Lorcaserin in ICU

ICU acquired muscle weakness is a significant problem in patients recovering from critical illness. This trial will evaluate the safety and efficacy of a drug in improving muscle weakness in critically ill patients.

Are the "Ounce-equivalents" in the Protein Foods Groups Really Equivalent?

The investigators will determine effects of different sources of protein on whole-body net protein synthesis and muscle protein synthesis in young healthy participants.


The Impact of Low Glycaemic Index (GI) Biscuits on Postprandial Glycaemia Using the Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS™) (Biscuit Study (BIS) Study)

To investigate whether low glycaemic index (GI) biscuits have the greatest impact on the post-meal glucose response and on the overall 24 hour blood glucose control, using the continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS™)

The Effect of Anesthesia on Perioperative Muscle Weakness and Neuro-endocrine Stress Response

The effect of surgery, in contrary to critical illness, on muscle weakness hasn't been thoroughly investigated. Recent data suggest that elective surgery may also induce muscle weakness. The neuro-endocrine stress response could be involved in the pathophysiology. Whether the mode of anesthesia/analgesia can influence muscle weakness, by influencing the neuro-endocrine stress response is unknown. Gaining insight in this matter could affect quality of care and benefit patient re...

Pea Protein Supplementation and Muscle Damage

The purpose of this study is to determine if supplementation with NUTRALYS pea protein isolate compared to whey protein and apple juice (carbohydrate, non-protein control) before, during, and after a 90-minute bout of eccentric exercise can attenuate exercise-induced muscle damage, inflammation, and delayed onset of muscle soreness (DOMS), and speed recovery of muscle function.

Muscle Function Study

We propose to conduct a randomized, control trial of β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate (HMB) supplementation in elderly patients (≥65 years of age) with acute respiratory failure, who are identified at high risk for malnutrition by ICU-specific nutritional risk scores. Patients will receive either 3g of HMB daily, or control, daily until day 28 following randomization (even if discharged). We will measure functional outcomes using standard, validated measures prior and after disch...

Hand Grip Strength and Medical Research Council Scale as Predictors of Weaning Failure

The handgrip strength (HGS) will be measured with a digital dynamometer. Three measurements will be taken, whose average of the three measurements will be collected. Muscle weakness will be diagnosed based on previously published ICU acquired weakness (ICU-AW) scores (for males

New Onset Weakness in Critically Ill Patients and the Risk of Death and Recurrent ICU Admission

This study seeks to define the morbidity of critical care polyneuropathy and to confirm that this diagnosis is, in fact, independently associated with increased mortality. Secondary information regarding the reasons for ICU readmission in patients with weakness may help in formulating cogent discharge strategies for these patients. Measurement of weakness using handgrip strength may provide a useful surrogate marker for weakness that may be more easily and uniformly applied. ...

Effect of Hip Versus Spinal Joint Mobilization on Hip Muscle Strength

Patients with painful knee conditions often present with hip muscle weakness. This weakness can lead to, and perpetuate, knee problems. Diminished strength causes movement impairments that can lead to pathology, functional limitations and disablement. In some cases, this hip muscle weakness is not caused by simple disuse and muscle shrinkage (atrophy). Hip weakness may be caused by an inhibitory mechanism that limits the force output of a muscle. The inhibition is reflexive and...

Protein Supplementation and Recovery of Muscle Function

The focus is performance nutrition. Resistance exercise can induce low level muscle damage in conjunction with impaired contractile function. Milk-derived proteins contain, or induce, bioactive properties that assist muscle recovery and restore/improve muscle function. The aim of the research is the recovery of muscle function following resistance exercise. In this study, the investigators propose to undertake a comparison of the ingestion of two milk-derived protein-based rec...

Bed Rest and Muscle Strength in ICU: Interest in the Early Association of NEMS With Cyclo-ergometer Mobilization

Muscles atrophy and weakness are common in intensive care units, their origin is multifactorial. Passive then active mobilization with cyclo-ergometer have shown to improve functional abilities and limit muscle weakness among intensive care unit patients. Electrical muscle stimulation should limit the atrophy and muscle weakness in intensive care unit associated with early mobilization. This study aims to compare the association early cyclo-ergometer mobilization with electric...

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:

Muscle Mass and Body Composition

ICUacquired weakness is a common complication of critical illness, particularly in patients receiving mechanical ventilation and/or suffering from conditions leading to the systemic inflammatory response syndrome. The weakness and disability that result from these neuromuscular disorders can dominate the lont-term course and impede recovery. In this observational study we try to measure muscle mass and body composition by echocardiography and BIVA at admission and on day 2, 5

The Outcome of Respiratory Muscle Training in Stroke Patients

Stroke survivors commonly have respiratory muscle weakness, swallowing disturbance, general weakness, reduced the daily living activities and short of motivation for rehabilitation. Respiratory muscle training (RMT) has been reported to improve the pulmonary function, respiratory muscle strength, exercise capacity, sensation of dyspnea and quality of life in several diseases, but rare in stroke patients. Reviewing previous reports, the protocol, intensity and duration of respir...

Quality of Protein From the Common Bean

Dietary Protein quality is based on digestion of proteins to amino acids and the bioavailability of the amino acids to maintain good health and body function. Currently, digestibility of proteins, which is measured as the difference between protein intake and faecal loss, is underestimated. This is because, in addition to loss from dietary proteins, faecal loss includes additional protein from gut secretions and bacteria residing in the large intestine. The expert committee on ...

Skeletal Muscle Dysfunction in Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

Muscle strength helps determine a person's quality of life and functional independence. Patients with rheumatoid arthritis often suffer from muscle weakness and a pre-diabetic condition called insulin resistance. By doing this study, the investigators hope to learn why patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) suffer from muscle weakness.

Effects of Inspiratory Muscle Training on Shortness of Breath (Dyspnea) and Postural Control in Patients With COPD

Shortness of breath (dyspnea) is an important symptom during physical exertion in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and is related to respiratory muscle weakness. Dyspnea is a multidimensional sensation. The sensory perceptual domain (perceived dyspnea intensity) has been study extensively. The perception of respiratory distress (unpleasantness of dyspnea) has not received as much attention. Inspiratory muscle training (IMT) has been shown to improve in...

Effect of Nutrition on Muscle Protein Synthesis

The present proposal is designed to examine the effect of carbohydrate and protein co-ingestion on muscle protein synthesis during endurance type exercise activities. We hypothesize that muscle protein synthesis is higher when protein is co-ingested during exercise.

Palatability of Antioxidant Biscuits

Patients who are due to have planned bowel surgery will be invited to take part in the study. Those that consent, will be given a 5 day supply of 'Fitabisc' (a biscuit designed to have the potential to provide nutritional support).Participants will be asked to eat 4 biscuits a day for a minimum of 5 days prior to their surgery before they are admitted to hospital. They will be asked to complete questionnaires to record the palatability of the biscuit, how much of the daily amou...

Strategies to Reduce Organic Muscle Atrophy in the Intensive Care Unit

Acute muscle wasting occurs early and rapidly during the first week of critical illness and contributes substantially to weakness acquired in the ICU. Muscle wasting and subsequent weakness is associated with delayed liberation from mechanical ventilation, prolonged hospital length of stay, long-term functional disability, and worse quality of life. Moreover, low muscle volume as well as ICU-acquired weakness increases the risk of mortality in critically ill patients. Although ...

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