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DoktorWeigls Ratgeber #4: Nahrungsergänzungsmittel für Muskelaufbau, Fitness & Abnehmen – verwendete Studien und Sekundärliteratur

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BCAA

  • Michael V. Fedewa u. a. (2019): Effect of Branched-Chain Amino Acid Supplementation on Muscle Soreness Following Exercise: A Meta-Analysis. In: Interna-tional Journal of Vitamin and Nutrition Research 85/5–6, S. 348–356.
  • Anna Gawedzka u. a. (2020): Plasma BCAA Concentrations During Exercise of Varied Intensities in Young Healthy Men – The Impact Of Endurance Training. In: PeerJ.
  • Amy J. Hector u. a. (2018): Protein Recommendations for Weight Loss in Elite Athletes: A Focus on Body Composition and Performance. In: International Journal of Nutrition, Exercise Metabolism 28/2, S. 170–177.
  • Hiroyuki Kato u. a. (2018): Branched-Chain Amino Acids Are the Primary Limiting Amino Acids in the Diets of Endurance-Trained Men after a Bout of Prolonged Exercise. In: The Journal of Nutrition 148/6, S. 925–931.
  • Faizal A. Manaf u. a. (2021): Branched-Chain Amino Acid Supplementation Improves Cycling Performance in Untrained Cyclists. In: Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 24/4, S. 412–417.
  • Adam D. Osmond u. a. (2019): The Effects of Leucine-Enriched Branched-Chain Amino Acid Supplementation on Recovery After High-Intensity Resistance Exercise. In: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 14/8, S. 1081–1088.
  • Mathilde Simonson u. a. (2020): Protein, Amino Acids and Obesity Treatment. In: Reviews in Endocrine & Metabolic Disorders 21/3, S. 341–353.
  • Zahra Shakibay Novin u. a. (2018): The Weight Loss Effects of Branched Chain Amino Acids and Vitamin B6: A Randomized Controlled Trial on Obese and Overweight Women. In: International Journal of Vitamin and Nutrition Research 88/1–2, S. 80–90.
  • Trisha A. VanDusseldorp u. a. (2018): Effect of Branched-Chain Amino Acid Supplementation on Recovery Following Acute Eccentric Exercise. In: Nutrients 10/10, S. 1389.
  • Mark Waldron u. a. (2017): The Effects of Acute Branched-Chain Amino Acid Supplementation on Recovery From A Single Bout of Hypertrophy Exercise In Resistance-Trained Athletes. In: Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 42/6, S. 630–636.
  • Robert R. Wolfe (2017): Branched-Chain Amino Acids and Muscle Protein Syn-thesis in Humans: Myth or Reality? In: Journal of the International Society for Sports Nutrition 14.

Beta-Alanin

  • Vincent Kelly (2018): β-Alanine: Performance Effects, Usage and Side Effects. In: British Journal of Sports Medicine 52/5, S. 311–312.
  • Bryan Saunders u. a. (2017): β-Alanine Supplementation to Improve Exercise Capacity and Performance: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. In: Brit-ish Journal of Sports Medicine 51/8, S. 658–669.
  • Priscila Berti Zanella u. a. (2017): Effects of Beta-Alanine Supplementation on Performance and Muscle Fatigue in Athletes and Non-Athletes of Different Sports: A Systematic Review. In: The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 57/9, S. 1132–1141.

Casein-Proteine

  • William Abbott u. a. (2019): Presleep Casein Protein Ingestion: Acceleration of Functional Recovery in Professional Soccer Players. In: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 14/3, S. 385–391.
  • Juliana V. Costa u. a. (2021): The Acute Effects of a Relative Dose of Pre-Sleep Protein on Recovery Following Evening Resistance Exercise in Active Young Men. In: Sports 9/4, S. 44.
  • Tyler A. Churchward-Venne u. a. (2019): Myofibrillar and Mitochondrial Protein Synthesis Rates Do Not Differ in Young Men Following the Ingestion of Carbohydrate with Whey, Soy, or Leucine-Enriched Soy Protein after Con-current Resistance- and Endurance-Type Exercise. In: Journal of Nutrition 149/2, S. 210–220.
  • Kristin L. Jonvik u. a. (2019): Protein Supplementation Does Not Augment Adaptations to Endurance Exercise Training. In: Medicine and Sciences in Sports Exercise 51/10, S. 2041–2049.
  • B. Kung u. a. (2018): Effect of Milk Protein Intake and Casein-To-Whey Ratio in Breakfast Meals on Postprandial Glucose, Satiety Ratings, and Subsequent Meal Intake. In: Journal of Diary Science 101/10, S. 8688–8701.
  • Jooyoung Kim (2020): Pre-Sleep Casein Protein Ingestion: New Paradigm in Post-Exercise Recovery Nutrition. In: Physical Activity and Nutrition 24/2, S. 6–10.
  • Samantha M. Leyh u. a. (2018): Pre-Sleep Protein in Casein Supplement or Whole-Food Form Has No Impact On Resting Energy Expenditure or Hunger in Women. In: British Journal of Nutrition 120/9, S. 988–994.
  • Lise Madsen u. a. (2018): Dietary Proteins, Brown Fat, and Adiposity. In: Frontriers in Physiology.
  • Tanja Oosthuyse u. a. (2021): Carbohydrate-Restricted Exercise With Protein Increases Self-Selected Training Intensity in Female Cyclists but Not Male Runners and Cyclists. In: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 35/6, S. 1547–1558.
  • Maryam Pourabbas u. a. (2021): Strategic Ingestion of High-Protein Dairy Milk during a Resistance Training Program Increases Lean Mass, Strength, and Power in Trained Young Males. In: Nutrients 13/3, S. 948.

Eisen

  • Alexandra Coates u. a. (2017): Incidence of Iron Deficiency and Iron Defi-cient Anemia in Elite Runners and Triathletes. In: Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 27/5, S. 493–498.
  • James P. McClung u. a. (2019): Iron, Zinc, and Physical Performance. In: Bio-logical Trace Element Research 188/1, S. 135–139.
  • Josefine Nebl u. a. (2019): Micronutrient Status of Recreational Runners with Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian Dietary Patterns. In: Nutrients 11/5, S. 1146.
  • Charles R. Pedlar u. a. (2018): Iron Balance and Iron Supplementation For The Female Athlete: A Practical Approach. In: European Journal of Sport Sci-ence 18/2, S. 295–305.
  • Laura M. Pompano & Jere D. Haas (2019): Increasing Iron Status through Dietary Supplementation in Iron-Depleted, Sedentary Women Increases Endurance Performance at Both Near-Maximal and Submaximal Exercise Intensi-ties. In: Journal of Nutrition 149/2, S. 231–239.
  • Gurseen Rakhra u. a. (2021): Effect of Endurance Training on Copper, Zinc, Iron and Magnesium Status. In: The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 61/9, S. 1273-1280.
  • Richard A. Stecker u. a. (2019): Timing of Ergogenic Aids and Micronutrients on Muscle and Exercise Performance. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 16.

Energy Drinks

  • Nanci S. Guest u. a. (2021): International Society of Sports Nutrition Position Stand: Caffeine and Exercise Performance. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 18.
  • John Higgins u. a. (2018): Energy Drinks: A Contemporary Issues Paper. In: Current Sports Medicine Reports 17/2, S. 65–72.
  • Jorge Gutiérrez-Hellín & David Varillas-Delgado (2021): Energy Drinks and Sports Performance, Cardiovascular Risk, and Genetic Associations; Future Prospects. In: Nutrients 13/3, S. 715.
  • Sergio L. Jiménez u. a. (2021): Caffeinated Drinks and Physical Performance in Sport: A Systematic Review. In: Nutrients 13/9, S. 2944.
  • Diego B. Souza u. a. (2017): Acute Effects of Caffeine-Containing Energy Drinks on Physical Performance: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. In: European Journal of Nutrition 56/1, S. 13–27.
  • Kate A. Wickham & Lawrence L. Spriet (2018): Administration of Caffeine in Alternate Forms. In: Sports Medicine 48 (Suppl. 1), S. 79–91.

Koffein

  • Gretchen A. Casazza u. a. (2018): Energy Availability, Macronutrient Intake, and Nutritional Supplementation for Improving Exercise Performance in Endurance Athletes. In: Current Sports Medicine Reports 17/6, S. 215–223.
  • Hou-Yu Chen u. a. (2019): Effects Of Caffeine And Sex On Muscle Performance And Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness After Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage: A Double-Blind Randomized Trial. In: Journal of Applied Physiology 127(3), S. 798-805.
  • Renalison Farias-Pereira u. a. (2019): Mechanisms of Action of Coffee Bioactive Components on Lipid Metabolism. In: Food Science and Biotechnology 28/5, S. 1287–1296.
  • Jozo Grgic u. a. (2018): Effects of Caffeine Intake on Muscle Strength and Power: A Systematic Review And Meta-Analysis. In: The International Society of Sports Nutrition 15.
  • Jozo Grgic u. a. (2019): The Influence of Caffeine Supplementation on Resistance Exercise: A Review. In: Sports Medicine 49/1, S. 17–30.
  • Nanci S. Guest u. a. (2021): International Society of Sports Nutrition Position Stand: Caffeine and Exercise Performance. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 18.
  • D. Icken u. a. (2016): Caffeine Intake is Related to Successful Weight Loss Maintenance. In: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 70/4, S. 532–534.
  • Ariel Lee u. a. (2019): Coffee Intake and Obesity: A Meta-Analysis. In: Nutri-ents 11/6, S. 1274.
  • Laís Monteiro Rodrigues Loureiro u. a. (2018): Effects of Coffee Components on Muscle Glycogen Recovery: A Systematic Review. In: International Jour-nal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 28/3, S. 284–293.
  • Jeffrey A. Rothschild & David J. Bishop (2020): Effects of Dietary Supplements on Adaptations to Endurance Training. In: Sports Medicine 50/1, S. 25–53.
  • Kyle Southward u. a. (2018): The Effect of Acute Caffeine Ingestion on Endurance Performance: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. In: Sports Medicine 48/8, S. 1913–1928.
  • Kenneth Vitale & Andrew Getzin (2019): Nutrition and Supplement Update for the Endurance Athlete: Review and Recommendations. In: Nutrients 11/6, S. 1289.

Kohlenhydrate

  • Abdullah F. Alghannam u. a. (2018): Restoration of Muscle Glycogen and Functional Capacity: Role of Post-Exercise Carbohydrate and Protein Co-Ingestion. In: Nutrients 10/2, S. 253.
  • Louise M. Burke u. a. (2021): Adaptation to a Low Carbohydrate High Fat Diet Is Rapid But Impairs Endurance Exercise Metabolism and Performance Despite Enhanced Glycogen Availability. In: The Journal of Physiology 599/3, S. 771–790.
  • Mark A. Hearris u. a. (2018): Regulation of Muscle Glycogen Metabolism during Exercise: Implications for Endurance Performance and Training Adaptations. In: Nutrients 10/3, S. 298.
  • Jeffrey A. Rothschild u. a. (2020): What Should I Eat before Exercise? Pre-Exercise Nutrition and the Response to Endurance Exercise: Current Prospective and Fu-ture Directions. In: Nutrients 12/11, S. 3473.

Kreatin

  • Douglas Almeida u. a. (2020): Creatine Supplementation Improves Perfor-mance, but Is It Safe? Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Study. In: Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 60/7, S 1034–1039.
  • Mojtaba Kaviani u. a. (2020): Benefits of Creatine Supplementation for Vegetarians Compared to Omnivorous Athletes: A Systematic Review. In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17/9.
  • Richard B. Kreider u. a. (2017): International Society of Sports Nutrition Position Stand: Safety and Efficacy of Creatine Supplementation in Exercise, Sport, and Medicine. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.
  • Charlotte Lanhers u. a. (2017): Creatine Supplementation and Upper Limb Strength Performance: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. In: Sports Med-icine 47/1, S. 163–173.
  • Juan Mielgo-Ayuso u. a. (2019): Effects of Creatine Supplementation on Athletic Performance in Soccer Players: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. In: Nu-trients 11/4, S. 757.
  • Scotty Mills u. a. (2020): Effects of Creatine Supplementation during Resistance Training Sessions in Physically Active Young Adults. In: Nutrients 12/6, S. 1880.
  • Chia-Chi Wang u. a. (2018): Effects of 4-Week Creatine Supplementation Combined with Complex Training on Muscle Damage and Sport Performance. In: Nutrients 10/11, S. 1640.

L-Arginin

  • Walquiria Batista Andrade u. a. (2018): L-Arginine Supplementation Does not Improve Muscle Function During Recovery from Resistance Exercise. In: Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. 43/9, S. 928–936.
  • Arash Dastabi u. a. (2016): Oral L-Arginine Administration Improves Anthropo-metric and Biochemical Indices Associated with Cardiovascular Diseases in Obese Patients: A Randomized, Single Blind Placebo Controlled Clinical Trial. In: Research in Cardiovascular Medicine 5/1.
  • Siavash Fazelian u. a. (2014): Effects of L-Arginine Supplementation on Antioxidant Status and Body Composition in Obese Patients with Pre-Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial. In: Advanced Pharmaceutical Bulletin 4 (Suppl. 1), S. 449–454.
  • Claudia M. Meirelles & Cristiane Matsuura (2018): Acute Supplementation of L-Arginine Affects neither Strength Performance nor Nitric Oxide Production. In: Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 58/3, S. 216–220.
  • Seyed Mohammad Mousavi u. a. (2021): The Effect of L-Arginine Supplementation on Obesity-Related Indices: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Clinical Trials. In: International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Re-search 91/1–2, S. 164–174.
  • Naseh Pahlavani u. a. (2017): The Effect of L-Arginine Supplementation on Body Composition and Performance in Male Athletes: A Double-Blinded Randomized Clinical Trial. In: 71/4, S. 544–548.
  • Pedro L. Valenzuela u. a. (2019): Supplements with Purported Effects on Muscle Mass and Strength. In: European Journal of Nutrition 58/8, S. 2983–3008.

L-Carnitin

  • Moein Askarpour u. a. (2020): Beneficial Effects of L-Carnitine Supplementation for Weight Management in Overweight and Obese Adults: An Updated Systematic Review and Dose-Response Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. In: Pharmacological Research 151.
  • Roger Fieldings u. a. (2018): L-Carnitine Supplementation in Recovery after Exer-cise. In: Nutrients 10/3, S. 349.
  • Antonio Gnoni u. a. (2020): Carnitine in Human Muscle Bioenergetics: Can Carnitine Supplementation Improve Physical Exercise? In: Molecules 25/1, S. 182.
  • Angelika K. Sawicka u. a. (2020): The Bright and the Dark Sides of L-Carnitine Supplementation: A Systematic Review. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 17/1, S. 49.
  • Nasir Talenezhad u. a. (2020): Effects of L-Carnitine Supplementation on Weight Loss and Body Composition: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of 37 Ran-domized Controlled Clinical Trials with Dose-Response Analysis. In: Clinical Nutri-tion ESPEN 37, S. 9–23.
  • Habib Yarizadh u. a. (2020): The Effect of L-Carnitine Supplementation on Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Ran-domized Clinical Trials. In: Journal of the American College of Nutrition 39/5, S. 457–468.

L-Glutamin

  • Amirhossein Ramezani Ahmadi u. a. (2019): The Effect of Glutamine Supplementation on Athletic Performance, Body Composition, and Immune Function: A Systematic Review and a Meta-Analysis of Clinical Trials. In: Clinical Nutrition 38/3, S. 1076–1091.
  • Audrey Yule Coqueiro u. a. (2019): Glutamine as an Anti-Fatigue Amino Acid in Sports Nutrition. In: Nutrients 11/4, S. 863.
  • Jamie N. Pugh u. a. (2017): Glutamine Supplementation Reduces Markers of Intestinal Permeability During Running in the Heat in a Dose-Dependent Manner. In: European Journal of Applied Physiology 117/12, S. 2569–2677.

Nitrate

  • Jorge Lorenzo Calvo u. a. (2020): Influence of Nitrate Supplementation on Endurance Cyclic Sports Performance: A Systematic Review. In: Nutrients 12/6, S. 1796.
  • Chloe Gao u. a. (2021): The Effects of Dietary Nitrate Supplementation on Endurance Exercise Performance and Cardiorespiratory Measures in Healthy Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 18/1, S. 55.
  • Nicholas F. McMahon u. a. (2017): The Effect of Dietary Nitrate Supplementation on Endurance Exercise Performance in Healthy Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. In: Sports Medicine 47/4, S. 735–756.
  • Jeffrey A. Rothschild & David J. Bishop (2020): Effects of Dietary Supplements on Adaptations to Endurance Training, In: Sports Medicine 50/1, S. 25–53.
  • Kenneth Vitale & Andrew Getzin u. a. (2019): Nutrition and Supplement Update for the Endurance Athlete: Review and Recommendations. In: Nutrients 11/6, S. 1289.

Omega-3-Fettsäuren

  • Kembra Albracht-Schulte u. a. (2018): Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome: A Mechanistic Update. In: Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 58, S. 1–16.
  • James J. DiNicolantonio u. a. (2017): Good Fats versus Bad Fats: A Comparison of Fatty Acids in the Promotion of Insulin Resistance, Inflammation, and Obesity. In: Missouri Medicine 114/4, S. 303–307.
  • Maria Alessandra Gammone u. a. (2018): Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids: Benefits and Endpoints in Sport. In: Nutrients 11/1, S. 46.
  • Nishan Sudheera Kalupahana u. a. (2020): Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Adi-pose Tissue: Inflammation and Browning. In: Annual Review of Nutrition 40, S. 25–49.
  • Jordan D. Philpott u. a. (2019): Applications of Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid Supplementation for Sport Performance. In: Research in Sports Med-icine 27/2, S. 219–237.
  • Eric S. Rawson u. a. (2018): Dietary Supplements for Health, Adaptation, and Recovery in Athletes. In: International Journal of Sport Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism 28/2, S. 188–199.
  • Artemis P. Simopoulos u. a. (2016): An Increase in the Omega-6/Omega-3 Fatty Acid Ratio Increases the Risk for Obesity. In: Nutrients 8/3, S. 128.
  • Frank Thielecke u. a. (2020): Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Sport Performance – Are They Equally Beneficial for Athletes and Amateurs? A Narrative Review. In: Nutrients 12/12, S. 3712.
  • Yingying Zhang u. a. (2017): Efficacy of Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Supplementation in Managing Overweight and Obesity: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Clinical Trials. In: The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging 21/2, S. 187–192.

Protein-/Energieriegel

  • Douglas R. Bolster u. a. (2018): Consuming Lower-Protein Nutrition Bars with Added Leucine Elicits Postprandial Changes in Appetite Sensations in Healthy Women. In: The Journal of Nutrition 148/5, S. 693–701.
  • Mathilde Guillochon & David S. Rowlands (2017): Solid, Gel, and Liquid Carbohydrate Format Effects on Gut Comfort and Performance. In: International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 27/3, S. 247–254.
  • Tyler J. Grubic u. a. (2019): Comparison of Ingesting a Food Bar Containing Whey Protein and Isomalto-Oligosaccharides to Carbohydrate on Performance and Recovery from an Acute Bout of Resistance-Exercise and Sprint Conditioning: An Open Label, Randomized, Counterbalanced, Crossover Pilot Study. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 16/1, S. 34.
  • Franklin Lime-Ma u. a. (2016): The Effect of Acute Hyperglycemia on Muscu-lar Strength, Power and Endurance. In: Medicine & Science in Sports & Exer-cise 48/5, S. 538.
  • A. Miall u. a. (2018): Two Weeks of Repetitive Gut-Challenge Reduce Exercise-Associated Gastrointestinal Symptoms and Malabsorption. In: Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 28/2, S. 630–640.
  • Valentine Yanchou Njike u. a. (2017): Snacking, Satiety, and Weight: A Ran-domized, Controlled Trial. In: American Journal of Health Promotion 31/4, S. 296–301.

Soja-Proteine

  • Rylee T. Ahnen u. a. (2019): Role of Plant Protein in Nutrition, Wellness, and Health. In: Nutrition Reviews 77/11, S. 735–747.
  • Tyler A. Churchward-Venne u. a. (2019): Myofibrillar and Mitochondrial Protein Synthesis Rates Do not Differ in Young Men Following the Ingestion of Carbohydrate with Whey, Soy, or Leucine-Enriched Soy Protein after Concurrent Resistance- and Endurance-Type Exercise. In: Journal of Nutrition 149/2, S. 210–220.
  • Savvas Kritikos u. a. (2021): Effect of Whey vs. Soy Protein Supplementation on Recovery Kinetics Following Speed Endurance Training in Competitive Male Soccer Players: A Randomized Controlled Trial. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 18/1, S. 23.
  • Heidi M. Lynch u. a. (2020): No Significant Differences in Muscle Growth and Strength Development when Consuming Soy and Whey Protein Supplements Matched for Leucine Following a 12 Week Resistance Training Program in Men and Women: A Randomized Trial. In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17/11, S. 3871.
  • Mark Messina u. a. (2018): No Difference between the Effects of Supplementing with Soy Protein versus Animal Protein on Gains in Muscle Mass and Strength in Response to Resistance Exercise. In: International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 28/6, S. 674–685.
  • Suelen Maiara Medeiros da Silva u. a. (2019): Comparison of the Effects of Soy Protein and Whey Protein Supplementation during Exercise: a Systematic Review. In: Journal of Health Sciences 21/4.
  • Shiho Nakai u. a. (2020): Health Promotion Effects of Soy Isoflavones. In: Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology 66/6, S. 502–507.
  • Martin Röhling u. a. (2021): Continuous Protein Supplementation Reduces Acute Exercise-Induced Stress Markers in Athletes Performing Marathon. In: Nutrients 13/9, S. 2929.
  • Kristin J. Speaker u. a. (2018): Effects of Consuming a High-Protein Diet with or without Soy Protein during Weight Loss and Maintenance: A non-Inferiority, Randomized Clinical Efficacy Trial. In: Obesity Science & Practice 4/4, S. 357–366.

Sportgetränke

  • Cas J. Fuchs u. a. (2019): Fructose Co-Ingestion to Increase Carbohydrate Availability in Athletes. In: The Journal of Physiology 597/14, S. 3549–3560.
  • Danniela García-Berger u. a. (2020): Effects of Skim Milk and Isotonic Drink Consumption before Exercise on Fluid Homeostasis and Time-Trial Performance in Cyclists: A Randomized Cross-Over Study. In: Journal of the Inter-national Society of Sports Nutrition 17/1, S. 17.
  • Martin Pöchmüller u. a. (2016): A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Carbohydrate Benefits Associated with Randomized Controlled Competition-Based Performance Trials. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 13, S. 27.

Taurin

  • Tindaro Bongiovanni u. a. (2020): Nutritional Interventions for Reducing the Signs and Symptoms of Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage and Accelerate Recovery in Athletes: Current Knowledge, Practical Application and Future Perspectives. In: European Journal of Applied Physiology 120, S. 1965–1996.
  • Qi Chen u. a. (2021): The Dose Response of Taurine on Aerobic and Strength Exercises: A Systematic Review. In: Frontiers in Physiology.
  • Jennifer A. Kurtz u. a. (2021): Taurine in Sports and Exercise. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 18/1, S. 39.
  • Yanita McLeay u. a. (2017): The Effect of Taurine on the Recovery from Eccentric Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage in Males. In: Antioxidants 6/4, S. 79.
  • Lee Kevin Page u. a. (2019): Acute Taurine Supplementation Enhances Thermoregulation and Endurance Cycling Performance in the Heat. In: European Journal of Sport Science 19/8, S. 1101–1109.
  • Mark Waldron u. a. (2018): The Effects of an Oral Taurine Dose and Supplementation Period on Endurance Exercise Performance in Humans: A Meta-Analysis. In: Sports Medicine 48/5, S. 1247–1253.
  • Mark Waldron u. a. (2018): The Effects of Taurine on Repeat Sprint Cycling After Low or High Cadence Exhaustive Exercise in Females. In: Amino Acids 50/5, S. 663–669.

Whey Proteine

  • Tyler A. Churchward-Venne u. a. (2019): Myofibrillar and Mitochondrial Protein Synthesis Rates Do not Differ in Young Men Following the Ingestion of Carbohydrate with Whey, Soy, or Leucine-Enriched Soy Protein after Concurrent Resistance- and Endurance-Type Exercise. In: Journal of Nutrition 149/2, S. 210–220.
  • Robert W. Davies u. a. (2018): The Effect of Whey Protein Supplementation on the Temporal Recovery of Muscle Function Following Resistance Training: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. In: Nutrients 10/2, S. 221.
  • Wesley D. Dudgeon u. a. (2017): Effect of Whey Protein in Conjunction with a Caloric-Restricted Diet and Resistance Training. In: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 31/5, S. 1353–1631.
  • Scott C. Forbes & Gordon J. Bell (2019): Whey Protein Isolate Supplementation While Endurance Training Does not Alter Cycling Performance or Immune Responses at Rest or after Exercise. In: Frontiers in Nutrition 19.
  • Scott. C. Forbes u. a. (2020): Whey Protein Isolate or Concentrate Combined With Concurrent Training Does not Augment Performance, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, or Strength Adaptations. In: Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 60/2, S. 832–840.
  • Luuk Hilkens u. a. (2021): Whey Protein Supplementation Does not Accelerate Recovery from a Single Bout of Eccentric Exercise. In: Journal of Sports Sciences 39/3, S. 322–331.
  • Wen-Ching Huang u. a. (2017): Whey Protein Improves Marathon-Induced Injury and Exercise Performance in Elite Track Runners. In: International Journal of Medical Science 14/7, S. 648–654.
  • Heidi M. Lynch u. a. (2020): No Significant Differences in Muscle Growth and Strength Development When Consuming Soy and Whey Protein Supplements Matched for Leucine Following a 12 Week Resistance Training Program in Men and Women: A Randomized Trial. In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17/11, S. 3871.
  • Mads S. Larsen u. a. (2020): Effects of Protein Intake Prior to Carbohydrate-Restricted Endurance Exercise: A Randomized Crossover Trial. In: Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 17/1, S. 7.
  • Meng Li & Feng Liu (2019): Effect of Whey Protein Supplementation during Resistance Training Sessions on Body Mass and Muscular Strength: A Meta-Analysis. In: Food & Function 10, S. 2766–2773.
  • Alistair Monteyne u. a. (2018): Whey Protein Consumption After Resistance Exercise Reduces Energy Intake at a Post-Exercise Meal. In: European Jour-nal of Nutrition 57/2, S. 585–592.
  • Diego Moreno-Pérez u. a. (2018): Effect of a Protein Supplement on the Gut Microbiota of Endurance Athletes: A Randomized, Controlled, Double-Blind Pilot Study. In: Nutrients 10/3, S. 337.
  • David C. Nieman u. a. (2020): Effects of Whey and Pea Protein Supplementation on Post-Eccentric Exercise Muscle Damage: A Randomized Trial. In: Nutrients 12/8, S. 2382.
  • Quezia D. J. S. Vasconcelos u. a. (2021): Whey Protein Supplementation and its Potentially Adverse Effects on Health: a Systematic Review. In: Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 46/1, S. 27–33.
  • Kamonkiat Wirunsawanya u. a. (2018): Whey Protein Supplementation Improves Body Composition and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Overweight and Obese Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. In: Journal of the American College of Nutrition 37/1, S. 60–70.

Ei-, Erbsen- und Reis-Proteine

  • Amy Banaszek u. a. (2019): The Effects of Whey vs. Pea Protein on Physical Adaptations Following 8-Weeks of High-Intensity Functional Training (HIFT): A Pilot Study. In: Sports 7/1, S. 12.
  • Jean-Frédéric Brun u. a. (2018): Purified Egg Protein Supplementation Has Beneficial Effects on Body Composition, Metabolism and Eating Behavior and Results in a More Sustained Weight Loss than Low Fat Diet. In: Integrative Obesity and Diabetes.
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  • Frank Pioch
    05.10.2022 21:57

    Sehr geehrter Dr.Weigel,
    ich habe gerade ein Beitrag zum Abnehmen von Ihnen gesehen; darin bewerben Sie dann die neuste, überarbeite Version in Ihrem Shop. Bitte suchen Sie die mal, ich finde sie nicht.

    Es gibt Aussagen über Ihre Quellen, aber es fehlt ein Link.

    P.S.
    Ich war heute im MRT, habe eine Fettleber in Kombination der Eisenspeicherkrankheit , haben Sie noch abweichende Ideen zum Aderlass und der Gewichtsredution ?

    Mit freundlichen Grüßen, Frank Pioch

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