Protein-containing nutrient supplementation following strength training enhances the effect on muscle mass, strength, and bone formation in postmenopausal women.

@article{Holm2008ProteincontainingNS,
  title={Protein-containing nutrient supplementation following strength training enhances the effect on muscle mass, strength, and bone formation in postmenopausal women.},
  author={Lars Holm and Jens Lykkegaard Olesen and Keitaro Matsumoto and Tatsuya Doi and Masao Mizuno and Thomas J. Alsted and Abigail L Mackey and Peter Schwarz and Michael Kjaer},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={105 1},
  pages={
          274-81
        }
}
We evaluated the response of various muscle and bone adaptation parameters with 24 wk of strength training in healthy, early postmenopausal women when a nutrient supplement (protein, carbohydrate, calcium, and vitamin D) or a placebo supplement (a minimum of energy) was ingested immediately following each training session. At inclusion, each woman was randomly and double-blindedly assigned to a nutrient group or a placebo (control) group. Muscle hypertrophy was evaluated from biopsies, MRI, and… CONTINUE READING

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