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What Type Of Protein Is Best For You?

Whey protein and casein are actually by-products of making cheese. They are separated during the cheese making process. Cheese manufacturers will sell this excess whey to supplements companies who ...
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How do you meet your daily protein goals?

As a preface, it is important to point out that there is no evidence to support the claims made by your source. In fact, a large body of scientific literature suggests that the maximum amount of ...
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Minimum time between two servings of whey protein isolate?

The studies linked in this article found that getting approximately 20g of protein every 3 hours stimulates muscle protein synthesis (MPS) better than getting bigger portions less often and smaller ...
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Effect of whey protein on blood cholesterol level

First of all, BCAAs are branched-chain amino acids, and amino acids are the building blocks for protein. Your body can get amino acids from protein sources by catabolism just fine. Eat good protein ...
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Should I use whey protein?

With building muscle (especially if you are underweight), you want to be in a slight caloric surplus and consume between 1.5 and 2x your kg bodyweight in grams of protein. More is fine, not ...
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Is whey protein safe?

Assuming you don't have any allergies to any of the ingredients in the box, and even if you did, tingling isn't really tied to allergies. Also assuming, that you tried drinking the protein out of two ...
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What should one do in case of whey protein allergy?

It kinda sounds like you might just be developing a lactose intolerance. People don't just start out lactose intolerant. People develop it as they age. After all, all babies start out drinking milk. ...
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What should one do in case of whey protein allergy?

Several factors can be involved in this. How much amount are you taking? Taking excess amounts may cause upset stomach and bloat. You had less problems while consuming MyProtein without milk, that ...
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Protein intake while intermittent fasting

Let's get something straight. To gain muslce, or gain weight for that matter, you don't need to consume any supplements. The best protein you can consume is from real food. That being said, it can be ...
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Is whey protein safe?

Check it is not past its use-by date If you have any dietary medical condition e.g diabetes or lactose intolerance then check with your doctor. Might just be in your head. Might not be, we aren't ...
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Are digestive enzymes a must in whey supplements?

Whey is a byproduct of milk after it's been curdled and strained to form cheese. So taking whey is not much different than drinking milk. If you can digest milk (I.E. not lactose intolerant), then you ...
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Does whey causes brittle bones?

http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/87/5/1567S.full https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4180248/ Despite a widely held belief that high-protein diets (especially diets high in animal ...
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Is whey protein safe?

Your question, as written, requires a certain amount of opinion, speculation, and detective work. So, here goes. I use the same product you pictured without any side effects. However, what you ...
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