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Genetics Home Reference: “What are proteins and what do they do?”
Skeletal Muscle: “The beneficial role of proteolysis in skeletal muscle growth and stress adaptation.”
The FEBS Journal: “Mechanisms regulating skeletal muscle growth and atrophy.”
Sports Medicine: “A brief review of critical processes in exercise-induced muscular hypertrophy.”
Journal of the American College of Nutrition: “Dietary protein: an essential nutrient for bone health.”
Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior: “Food Craving and Food ‘Addiction’: A Critical Review of the Evidence From a Biopsychosocial Perspective.”
Obesity: “The effects of consuming frequent, higher protein meals on appetite and satiety during weight loss in overweight/obese men.”
The British Journal of Nutrition: “Presence or absence of carbohydrates and the proportion of fat in a high-protein diet affect appetite suppression but not energy expenditure in normal-weight human subjects fed in energy balance,” “Amino acids and immune function.”
PLoS One: “Dietary protein and blood pressure: a systematic review.”
JAMA: “Effects of Protein, Monounsaturated Fat, and Carbohydrate Intake on Blood Pressure and Serum Lipids.”
British Journal of Nursing: “The importance of patients' nutritional status in wound healing.”
Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology: “Mg, Zn and Cu Transport Proteins: A Brief Overview from Physiological and Molecular Perspectives.”
Current Opinion in Lipidology: “Intestinal cholesterol transport proteins: an update and beyond.”
Antioxidants & Redox Signaling: “Intracellular Iron Transport and Storage: From Molecular Mechanisms to Health Implications.”
Harvard Health: “When it comes to protein, how much is too much?”
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