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Can Whey Protein Cause Constipation
Is whey protein is good for fat loss if we include it once dialy it's increase protein output n cause loss of fat because I can't eat meats I'm vegge ?
Healthy diet - whey: Yes, whey is an excellent source of protein. However, don't expect miracles just by adding it to your diet. You need a concerted approach with diet, exercise including weight training, and avoidance of certain pitfalls (binge eating, alcohol, junk food) to try and lose body fat. Eat more calories in the a.m., less at night too. A study showed you can eat the same amount, but different times =loss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Eating protein does not cause hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). If one is getting what he thinks are hypoglycemia symptoms, a primary care doctor can check it out to see if there is actual low blood sugar, or just symptoms similar to that of low blood sugar. On the other hand, what is being mixed with the whey protein? A smoothie with a lot of sugar may lead to hypoglycemia symptoms some time later. ...Read more
I'm lifting weights, I want to know if whey protein powder is safe? Will it cause damage to the organs if taken?
Here are some ...: Whey protein powder has commercially made its way to the prominence of nutritional supplemental world by having higher protein and well-balanced nutrients than many others. So, it is good supplement if money permits, but not fix-all. The effect of intake relies on how and what your body functions. Despite these uncertainty, practicing healthy lifestyle without obsession is still the key to build.. ...Read more
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