2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
A systematic review on impact of enrich protein milk for recovery muscles function for athletics
Author(s): Sethuram V
Dairy products are thought to improve recovery after both resistance and endurance exercises due to their nutritional proprieties. We systematically reviewed the effects of dairy product intake on exercise performance and recovery of muscle function in humans. A literature search was conducted in the MEDLINE (via PubMed) and Web of Science databases from their inception to 15th April 2018. The initial search retrieved 7708 articles, and a total of 11 studies were finally included after applying inclusion and exclusion criteria. All the selected studies were conducted with protein milk. Whereas some studies found significant positive effect of protein milk on exercise performance and recovery of muscle function, others did not find any effect. These controversies could be due to the heterogeneity of protein milk ingestion (e.g., amount of protein milk, timing of consuming the protein milk), to the type of intervention, and to the large erogeneity of outcomes measured. Limited studies exist examining the effects of protein milk consumption and its influence on exercise performance and recovery of muscle function, therefore further studies are needed to draw more definitive conclusions.
Pages: 709-711 | 208 Views 2 Downloads
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Sethuram V. A systematic review on impact of enrich protein milk for recovery muscles function for athletics. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2019;4(1):709-711.