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Protein Article Search Protein Article Search Ronda L. Brewer SCI/241 April 24, 2011 Jeremy Hawkins
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Protein Article Search I reviewed “6 Biggest Nutritional Problems Solved” (2008) written by Chris Aceto and Eric Velazquez on the subject of amino acids and how they relate to athletics. The authors believe body builders commonly go overboard in their quest for muscular bodies and neglect key ingredients necessary for muscle production. This relates to amino acids because the authors suggest that athletes frequently leave out fats and proteins made from amino acids. The authors state that using amino acids and vitamins can prevent muscle breakdown. “Five grams of the amino acid leucine taken before and after training can shut off muscle breakdown; 500- 1,000 mg of vitamin C and 400-80 mg of vitamin E act as a safety net, reducing free radical production that can cause muscular inflammation and slowed growth” (Aceto and Velazquez). Trendy diets that suggest leaving out foods containing carbohydrates, fats, and proteins are
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