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Protein requirements for endurance athletes.

Tarnopolsky M.

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Endurance exercise training attenuates leucine oxidation and BCOAD activation during exercise in humans.

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Dietary protein requirements of physically active individuals.

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Amino acids and endurance exercise.

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Protein for exercise and recovery.

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Amino acid supplementation and exercise performance. Analysis of the proposed ergogenic value.

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Protein requirements of soccer.

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The importance of protein for athletes.

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Protein nutrition for the athlete.

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Amino acid metabolism during exercise and following endurance training.

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American College of Sports Medicine position stand. Nutrition and athletic performance.

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Leucine supplementation and intensive training.

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Physical exercise as a modulator of adaptation to low and high carbohydrate and low and high fat intakes.

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Level of dietary protein impacts whole body protein turnover in trained males at rest.

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Interrelationship between physical activity and branched-chain amino acids.

Gleeson M.

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Dietary protein requirements and adaptive advantages in athletes.

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Sports nutrition. Approaching the nineties.

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