Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism / 2016 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

A High Protein Diet Has No Harmful Effects: A One-Year Crossover Study in Resistance-Trained Males

Table 2

Dietary intake.

BaselineNormalHigh

Kcal2452 ± 5712511 ± 4792919 ± 562
CHO g229 ± 75226 ± 64241 ± 71
PRO g196 ± 92214 ± 76284 ± 90
Fat g83 ± 3583 ± 2291 ± 23

Kcal/kg/d29.40 ± 7.1929.94 ± 5.6534.37 ± 5.88
CHO g/kg/d2.78 ± 0.942.74 ± 0.892.87 ± 0.94
PRO g/kg/d2.31 ± 1.032.51 ± 0.693.32 ± 0.87
Fat g/kg/d1.00 ± 0.410.99 ± 0.261.07 ± 0.23
Cholesterol mg535 ± 336425 ± 242602 ± 310
Sodium mg3042 ± 13603228 ± 10693562 ± 964
Sugars g55 ± 3856 ± 2262 ± 22
Fiber g26 ± 1529 ± 1331 ± 13

Data are mean ± SD. Significant difference (baseline versus high and normal versus high; ).
CHO: carbohydrate, d: day, g: gram, kcal: calorie, kg: kilogram, and PRO: protein.

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