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protein balance

Equilibrium between protein intake and anabolism, and protein catabolism and elimination of nitrogenous products.
See: nitrogen equilibrium
See also: balance
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The article "Quantity of dietary protein intake, but not pattern of intake, affects net protein balance primarily through differences in protein synthesis in older adults" is published in the American Journal of Physiology -- Endocrinology and Metabolism.
Crude protein balance in spotted deer is presented in Table 3.
Howarth found that adding protein to recovery meals was needed to produce whole body net protein balance. (23) The Glynn study reinforces that protein is needed postworkout and that adding carbohydrate did not improve muscle protein anabolic response.
Biolage also introduced the Advanced Keratindose Collection, said to replenish essential moisture and protein balance to hair that has been depleted by chemical services.
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The FAO observed that quinoa is closer to ideal protein balance than any other crop.
In this study of strength-trained men, whey protein supported positive net protein balance that created a favorable environment for muscle hypertrophy.