Progress in Nutrition

Published: 2011-09-01

Editorial

The whey proteins

L. Arsenio
Abstract 109 | PDF (Italiano) Downloads 75

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SECTION I - BIOCHEMICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL ASPECTS

Whey proteins. From supplementation to physiological modulation

S.G. Sukkar, L. Derin, E.L. Iorio
Abstract 140 | PDF (Italiano) Downloads 36

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SECTION II - CLINICAL USE

Whey proteins. Overview of clinical trials

S.G. Sukkar, E.L. Iorio
Abstract 180 | PDF (Italiano) Downloads 72

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SECTION III - CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH A PREPARATION BASED ON WHEY PROTEINS, WITH HIGH CYSTEINE CONTENT, LACTOSE AND LIP

Supportive treatments and whey proteins in cancer patients

R. Trivisonne
Abstract 193 | PDF (Italiano) Downloads 90

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Milk whey protein dietary supplementation as tool for modifying oxidative stress in neurological disorders

C. Carlesi, E. Caldarazzo Ienco, A. Lo Gerfo et al.
Abstract 174 | PDF (Italiano) Downloads 27

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Low-dose whey proteins supplementation can reduce oxidative stress in cystic fibrosis. A 36 months preliminary clinical trial

A. De Alessandri, L. Minicucci, R. Buzzetti et al.
Abstract 177 | PDF (Italiano) Downloads 75

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