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Body Composition and Strength Changes in Women with Milk and Resistance Exercise
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise
Purpose: We aimed to determine whether women consuming fat-free milk versus isoenergetic carbohydrate after resistance exercise would see augmented gains in lean mass and reductions in fat mass similar to what we observed in young men. Methods: Young women were randomized to drink either fat-free milk (MILK: n = 10; age (mean T SD) = 23.2 T 2.8 yr; BMI = 26.2 T 4.2 kgIm j2 ) or isoenergetic carbohydrate (CON: n = 10; age = 22.4 T 2.4 yr; BMI = 25.2 T 3.8 kgIm j2 ) immediately after and 1 hdoi:10.1249/mss.0b013e3181c854f6 pmid:19997019 fatcat:j3k4ygxu7jc5hkqfhqmmnq7khi