The Influence of Nighttime Protein Intake on Overnight Lipolysis and Next Morning Fat Oxidation: 87 Board #3 June 1, 9: 30 AM - 11: 30 AM.
Amber W Kinsey
Stacy R. Cappadona
Lynn B. Panton
Robert C. Hickner
Michael James Ormsbee
Medicine and science in sports and exercise
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