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Special Issue "Dietary Protein, Exercise and Muscle Health in an Ageing Population"
A special issue of Nutrients (ISSN 2072-6643).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (29 February 2016).
Advances in the nutritional science of protein have led to an increasing awareness of protein’s role in health. As a macronutrient, protein plays important roles in maintaining protein function, satiety and appetite regulation, metabolic regulation, and adaptation to exercise training. In this Special Issue of Nutrients the critical roles of protein in various aspects of human health are explored. The reviews will provide state-of-the-science updates on dietary protein.
Prof. Stuart M. Phillips
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- amino acids
- skeletal muscle
- metabolic regulation