Karzan Omar - Study Effect of Powder Protein Intake on Total Protein and Creatinine Concentrations in Blood of Bodybuilder

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 Omar,   K.A., Othman, R.S. and Ismail, A.S. (2016) Study Effect of Powder   Protein Intake on Total Protein and Creatinine   Concentrations in Blood of Bodybuilder. Open Access Library   Journal, 3: e2374. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1102374.


  The powder protein is mostly used as the main dietary by   bodybuilders for improving exercise

  training. This research studied the effect of the powder protein   intake on serum total protein and

  creatinine concentrations, and urine pH and protein of three   different groups. The serum total

  protein concentration has no relationship with the amount of   powder protein intake and cannot

  be affected by it. But the serum creatinine concentration has a   direct relationship with the amount

  of powder protein intake. The group A and B serum creatinine   concentrations in their blood were

  abnormal due to lack in the amount of protein intake in their   daily life and exercise. The group C

  used sufficient amounts of powder protein 1.2 - 1.4 gm/Kg/day,   which maintained their creatinine

  concentration. This quantity of protein intake for bodybuilders   is not only safe, but also is improved

  the training adaptations in their excises training. The urine   tests indicated no significant

  differences (P < 0.01) between their pH and at the same time   the trace amount of protein in some

  of individuals urine was observed.

  Address (URL): http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1102374.