Protein synthesis lies at the heart of any adaptation, rehabilitation or recovery process. The main factors increasing protein synthesis are resistance exercise and the intake of dietary protein (particularly ‘high-quality’ proteins rich in EAAs or leucine), and impairment of any of these following an injury slows healing rates. Our injury-eating template will provide sufficient nutrients and protein-induced stimulus to maintain protein balance, whilst energy intake can be manipulated via the carbohydrate and fat content. Hydration should continue to be monitored and promoted.
Whilst most of the amino acid requirements can be taken care of in strategies above, some research suggests additional benefit may be gained through using specific AAs. Secretagogues stimulate the release of growth hormone, stimulating anabolism. Taken before bedtime and pre training, these AAs may work with the body’s natural circadian rhythms of hormone release to aid rehabilitation.
Muscle protein synthesis
It has potential benefit for muscle protein synthesis 10 and can be added to juices (no other protein containing foods) and taken before bed in a dosage of 250 mg/kg each day. They are not found in wholefoods in significant amounts, and the single amines supplement appears to elicit a better response than when they are found in complexes within protein-containing foods like chicken.
Immune-regulating protocols will support and optimize the speed and efficiency of the healing process, influencing anabolic and catabolic processes
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