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Pea Protein Supplementation and Muscle Damage

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Pea Protein Supplementation and Muscle Damage

The purpose of this study is to determine if supplementation with NUTRALYS pea protein isolate compared to whey protein and apple juice (carbohydrate, non-protein control) before, during, and after a 90-minute bout of eccentric exercise can attenuate exercise-induced muscle damage, inflammation, and delayed onset of muscle soreness (DOMS), and speed recovery of muscle function.

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Dietary Supplement - NUTRALYS pea protein supplement

0.3 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight before and after eccentric exercise, and each of 4 mornings of recovery

Dietary Supplement - Whey Protein

0.3 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight before and after eccentric exercise, and each of 4 mornings of recovery

Dietary Supplement - Apple juice

1.2 calories per kilogram body weight before and after eccentric exercise, and each of 4 mornings of recovery

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Influence of Pea Protein Supplementation on Recovery From Exercise-induced Muscle Damage

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NCT03448328

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