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Whey protein reduces appetite, and reduces subsequent energy intake compared with other protein sources

Whey protein reduces appetite, and reduces subsequent energy intake compared with other protein sources

The effects of four protein meals on insulin, glucose, appetite and energy intake. Different dietary proteins vary in their ability to influence satiety and reduce food intake. This was a clever study, looking at the ability of various protein foods...

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Fermented Foods and How They Positively Effect Recovery Post-Training

Fermented Foods and How They Positively Effect Recovery Post-Training

Most people think protein or carbohydrates when considering a recovery ale. Protein has sufficiently demonstrated to be a good idea to promote muscular recovery and adaptation to training. Carbohydrates, less so, unless you are competing in the Tour de France...

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Why Collagen Wont Build Your Muscle (But What It Will Do...)

Why Collagen Wont Build Your Muscle (But What It Will Do...)

Collagen protein powders have become increasingly popular in the last year for good reason. Two amino acids are found in abundance in collagen powders: they are glycine and proline. Research has identified these amino acids as playing a critical role...

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How to Train High & Train Low for Endurance Athletes

How to Train High & Train Low for Endurance Athletes

Endurance athletes are primarily concerned about either performance, or getting the most out of every training session (adaptation). Sports nutrition research has highlighted the need for a twin approach to both of these outcomes.              ...

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The role of dietary protein on muscle mass and resistance exercise

The role of dietary protein on muscle mass and resistance exercise

Your muscles are the most critical organ for physical and metabolic health, due to their role in supporting all physical movement and being the largest site of glucose disposal after a meal. The amount of muscle mass you have at any...

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