Jorn Trommelen
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Pre-sleep protein ingestion to improve the skeletal muscle adaptive response to exercise training
J Trommelen, LJC Van Loon
Nutrients 8 (12), 763, 2016
Protein ingestion before sleep increases overnight muscle protein synthesis rates in healthy older men: a randomized controlled trial
IWK Kouw, AM Holwerda, J Trommelen, IF Kramer, J Bastiaanse, ...
The Journal of nutrition 147 (12), 2252-2261, 2017
Dietary protein intake and distribution patterns of well-trained Dutch athletes
JB Gillen, J Trommelen, FC Wardenaar, NY Brinkmans, JJ Versteegen, ...
Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 27 (2), 105-114, 2017
Beetroot juice supplementation improves high-intensity intermittent type exercise performance in trained soccer players
J Nyakayiru, KL Jonvik, J Trommelen, PJM Pinckaers, JM Senden, ...
Nutrients 9 (3), 314, 2017
Presleep dietary protein-derived amino acids are incorporated in myofibrillar protein during postexercise overnight recovery
J Trommelen, IWK Kouw, AM Holwerda, T Snijders, SL Halson, I Rollo, ...
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 314 (5), E457-E467, 2018
Physical activity performed in the evening increases the overnight muscle protein synthetic response to presleep protein ingestion in older men
AM Holwerda, IWK Kouw, J Trommelen, SL Halson, WKWH Wodzig, ...
The Journal of nutrition 146 (7), 1307-1314, 2016
The muscle protein synthetic response to meal ingestion following resistance-type exercise
J Trommelen, MW Betz, LJC van Loon
Sports Medicine 49 (2), 185-197, 2019
Resistance exercise augments postprandial overnight muscle protein synthesis rates
J Trommelen, AM Holwerda, IWK Kouw, H Langer, SL Halson, LB Verdijk, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 48 (12), 2517-2525, 2016
The impact of pre-sleep protein ingestion on the skeletal muscle adaptive response to exercise in humans: an update
T Snijders, J Trommelen, IWK Kouw, AM Holwerda, LB Verdijk, ...
Frontiers in nutrition, 17, 2019
Protein type, protein dose, and age modulate dietary protein digestion and phenylalanine absorption kinetics and plasma phenylalanine availability in humans
SHM Gorissen, J Trommelen, IWK Kouw, AM Holwerda, B Pennings, ...
The Journal of nutrition 150 (8), 2041-2050, 2020
Fructose and sucrose intake increase exogenous carbohydrate oxidation during exercise
J Trommelen, CJ Fuchs, M Beelen, K Lenaerts, AE Jeukendrup, ...
Nutrients 9 (2), 167, 2017
Fructose coingestion does not accelerate postexercise muscle glycogen repletion
J Trommelen, M Beelen, PJ Pinckaers, JM Senden, NM Cermak, ...
Med Sci Sports Exerc 48 (5), 907-12, 2016
Mechanisms in endocrinology: exogenous insulin does not increase muscle protein synthesis rate when administered systemically: a systematic review
J Trommelen, BBL Groen, HM Hamer, LC de Groot, LJC van Loon
European journal of endocrinology 173 (1), R25-R34, 2015
The glycation level of milk protein strongly modulates post-prandial lysine availability in humans
J Nyakayiru, GAA van Lieshout, J Trommelen, J van Kranenburg, ...
British Journal of Nutrition 123 (5), 545-552, 2020
Blood flow restriction only increases myofibrillar protein synthesis with exercise
J Nyakayiru, CJ Fuchs, J Trommelen, JSJ Smeets, JM Senden, AP Gijsen, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 51 (6), 1137, 2019
A sucrose mouth rinse does not improve 1-hr cycle time trial performance when performed in the fasted or fed state
J Trommelen, M Beelen, M Mullers, MJ Gibala, LJC Van Loon, ...
International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism 25 (6), 576-583, 2015
Gut amino acid absorption in humans: Concepts and relevance for postprandial metabolism
J Trommelen, D Tomé, LJC van Loon
Clinical Nutrition Open Science 36, 43-55, 2021
The anabolic response to plant-based protein ingestion
PJM Pinckaers, J Trommelen, T Snijders, LJC van Loon
Sports Medicine 51 (1), 59-74, 2021
Casein protein processing strongly modulates post-prandial plasma amino acid responses in vivo in humans
J Trommelen, MEG Weijzen, J van Kranenburg, RA Ganzevles, M Beelen, ...
Nutrients 12 (8), 2299, 2020
The intrinsically labeled protein approach is the preferred method to quantify the release of dietary protein-derived amino acids into the circulation
J Trommelen, AM Holwerda, J Nyakayiru, SHM Gorissen, O Rooyackers, ...
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 317 (3), E433-E434, 2019
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