Anabolic sensitivity of postprandial muscle protein synthesis to the ingestion of a protein-dense food is reduced in overweight and obese young adults.

@article{Beals2016AnabolicSO,
  title={Anabolic sensitivity of postprandial muscle protein synthesis to the ingestion of a protein-dense food is reduced in overweight and obese young adults.},
  author={Joseph W Beals and Richard A. Sukiennik and Julian Nallabelli and Russell Scott Emmons and Stephan van Vliet and Justin R Young and Alexander V Ulanov and Zhong June Li and Scott A. Paluska and Michael De Lisio and Nicholas A Burd},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={2016},
  volume={104 4},
  pages={
          1014-1022
        }
}
BACKGROUND Excess body fat diminishes muscle protein synthesis rates in response to hyperinsulinemic-hyperaminoacidemic clamps. However, muscle protein synthetic responses after the ingestion of a protein-dense food source across a range of body mass indexes (BMIs) have not been compared. OBJECTIVE We compared the myofibrillar protein synthetic response and underlying nutrient-sensing mechanisms after the ingestion of lean pork between obese, overweight, and healthy-weight adults. DESIGN… CONTINUE READING
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