A methionine-restricted diet and endurance exercise decrease bone mass and extrinsic strength but increase intrinsic strength in growing male rats.

@article{Huang2014AMD,
  title={A methionine-restricted diet and endurance exercise decrease bone mass and extrinsic strength but increase intrinsic strength in growing male rats.},
  author={Tsang-hai Huang and J. W. L. Lewis and Hsin-Shih Lin and Liang-Tong Kuo and Shih-Wei Mao and Yuh-Shiou Tai and M Chang and Gene P. Ables and Carmen E. Perrone and Rong-Sen Yang},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2014},
  volume={144 5},
  pages={621-30}
}
Dietary methionine restriction (MR) has been suggested to be comparable to endurance exercise with respect to its beneficial effects on health. To further investigate the effects of MR and endurance exercise on growing bone, 7-wk-old male Sprague-Dawley rats were fed different l-methionine (Met)-containing diets with or without endurance exercise intervention (Ex; 0.86% Met, 0.52% Met, 0.17% Met, 0.86% Met-Ex, 0.52% Met-Ex, and 0.17% Met-Ex groups). After an 8-wk intervention period, exercise… CONTINUE READING
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