2015
DOI: 10.1152/ajpregu.00321.2014
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Protein-carbohydrate supplements improve muscle protein balance in muscular dystrophy patients after endurance exercise: a placebo-controlled crossover study

Abstract: Andersen G, Ørngreen MC, Preisler N, Jeppesen TD, Krag TO, Hauerslev S, van Hall G, Vissing J. Protein-carbohydrate supplements improve muscle protein balance in muscular dystrophy patients after endurance exercise: a placebo-controlled crossover study. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 308: R123-R130, 2015. First published November 19, 2014 doi:10.1152/ajpregu.00321.2014.-In healthy individuals, postexercise protein supplementation increases muscle protein anabolism. In patients with muscular dystrophi… Show more

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“…6 One small, uncontrolled study in FSHD suggests that 12-week moderate cycle training improves fitness without muscle damage. 8 This finding suggests that postexercise protein-carbohydrate supplementation could be an important add-on to endurance exercise training for patients with FSHD, and that the long-term effect of this should be studied. 8 This finding suggests that postexercise protein-carbohydrate supplementation could be an important add-on to endurance exercise training for patients with FSHD, and that the long-term effect of this should be studied.…”
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“…6 One small, uncontrolled study in FSHD suggests that 12-week moderate cycle training improves fitness without muscle damage. 8 This finding suggests that postexercise protein-carbohydrate supplementation could be an important add-on to endurance exercise training for patients with FSHD, and that the long-term effect of this should be studied. 8 This finding suggests that postexercise protein-carbohydrate supplementation could be an important add-on to endurance exercise training for patients with FSHD, and that the long-term effect of this should be studied.…”
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“…; Andersen et al . ; Mallinson et al . ) approaches often yielded discrepant results, which was due to failure to account for AV shunting of amino acids (as outlined in the Supporting information) and/or not taking into account that stable isotope labelled tracers are not massless and therefore contribute directly to the total amount of amino acids used for protein synthesis.…”
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“…It has been shown that during EE-T there is a significant increase in MPB, 73,82 believed to be driven through the release of AAs for energetic purposes. 83 These increases in MPB during exercise are maintained postexercise as measured using both tracer 76 and indirect 3-methylhistidine release techniques, 73 albeit attenuated compared to that during exercise.…”
Section: Ee-t and Muscle Protein Metabolismmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…83 These increases in MPB during exercise are maintained postexercise as measured using both tracer 76 and indirect 3-methylhistidine release techniques, 73 albeit attenuated compared to that during exercise. 82 Clearly, relinquishing AAs and stimulating protein turnover are important processes governing acute metabolic and chronic adaptive responses to exercise of any modality.…”
Section: Ee-t and Muscle Protein Metabolismmentioning
confidence: 99%