Low-protein vegetarian diet does not have a short-term effect on blood acid–base status but raises oxygen consumption during submaximal cycling

@inproceedings{Hietavala2012LowproteinVD,
  title={Low-protein vegetarian diet does not have a short-term effect on blood acid–base status but raises oxygen consumption during submaximal cycling},
  author={Enni-Maria Hietavala and Risto Puurtinen and Heikki Kainulainen and Antti A. Mero},
  booktitle={Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition},
  year={2012}
}
UNLABELLED BACKGROUND Acid-base balance refers to the equilibrium between acids and bases in the human body. Nutrition may affect acid-base balance and further physical performance. With the help of PRAL (potential renal acid load), a low-protein vegetarian diet (LPVD) was designed to enhance the production of bases in body. The aim of this study was to investigate if LPVD has an effect on blood acid-base status and performance during submaximal and maximal aerobic cycling. METHODS Nine… CONTINUE READING
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