Linda Kornstad Nygård

Linda Kornstad Nygård
Molde University College

Doctor of Philosophy
Working as a Senior Quality Specialist in Kry (www.kry.no) /Digital Medical Supply Norway

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Background: There is emerging evidence that per meal intake of protein might influence the anabolic effects of protein intake. Visceral proteins are commonly used as biomarkers of protein nutrition status. However, associations between visceral proteins and different aspects of protein intake, like per meal intake and protein sources, are rarely ex...
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Age-related muscle wasting can compromise functional abilities of the elderly. Protein intake stimulates muscle protein synthesis; however, ageing muscle is more resistant to stimuli. This double-blinded, randomized, controlled trial is one of the first registered studies to evaluate the effects of a supplement of marine protein hydrolysate (MPH) o...
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Protein intake is considered important in the maintenance of muscle health in ageing. However, both the source and mealtime distribution of protein might affect the intake of protein and its effect on muscle protein synthesis. In this study, protein intake, mealtime distribution of protein, and seafood consumption were assessed in 92 older adults (...
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Protein intake is considered important in the maintenance of muscle health in ageing. However, both the source and mealtime distribution of protein might affect the intake of protein and its effect on muscle protein synthesis. In this study, protein intake, mealtime distribution of protein, and seafood consumption were assessed in 92 older adults (...
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Introduction Age-related loss of muscle mass, muscle strength and muscle function (sarcopenia) leads to a decline in physical performance, loss of independence and reduced quality of life. Nutritional supplements may delay the progression of sarcopenia. The aim of this randomised, double-blinded controlled trial including 100 participants (≥65 year...

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