Professor Don Layman: Protein Metabolism



Dr. Donald Layman is Professor Emeritus on the Division of Meals Sciences and Human Diet on the College of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Layman has been a professor on the College of Illinois from 1977 to 2012. He’s acknowledged for his analysis on protein and amino acid metabolism, vitamin for athletic efficiency, l & # 39; weight problems, diabetes and cardiometabolic well being. Dr. Layman has revealed greater than 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals. He has acquired quite a few awards for his analysis and educating of vitamin. Dr. Layman was affiliate editor of the Journal of Diet from 1989 to 1993; He’s at the moment Affiliate Editor of the Journal of Diet Schooling and Habits and the editorial boards of Diet & Metabolism, in addition to Diet Analysis and Apply. He’s additionally a marketing consultant to many meals corporations and commodity organizations. Dr. Layman earned his B.S. and M.S. levels in Chemistry from Illinois State College and his Ph.D. in Human Diet and Biochemistry on the College of Minnesota.

Twitter: @donlayman

On this podcast, Professor Layman will focus on protein metabolism. Among the issues we’re discussing are:

(02:25): How will we outline a high-protein weight-reduction plan?

(06:45): Is there a distinction in protein necessities between the sexes?

(08:45): As we age, ought to we modify our protein necessities?

(15:25): Are you able to clarify what’s the leucine threshold and its activation of the mTOR pathway?

(35:50): What’s AMPK and the way does it have an effect on muscle protein synthesis?

(41:08): What’s BCAA&#zero39;s function in MHP and are there any advantages to finishing the weight-reduction plan with BCAA?

(46:35): Are you able to clarify what’s a refractory interval?

(53:29): What’s the message to recollect?

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