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Protein (Definition)

Proteins are large molecules made up of a smaller class of molecules called amino acids. Proteins play an enormous role in the function of our bodies including enzymes, messengers, replicating dna, ...Read more


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I started gyming few months ago, now my trainer reffed me to use myofusion elite protein shakes. I have heard that some shakes contains steroid.

I started gyming few months ago, now my trainer reffed me to use myofusion elite protein shakes. I have heard that some shakes contains steroid.

Protein supplements: are urged by many trainers...and they may be helpful in some if used cautiously. The main goal is a high protein diet for muscle building; the more you can get from healthy food, the better. I can not find information about this shake having steroids added; I did find some information about the manufacturer's adding amino acids instead of pure whey protein. Bottom line: get your protein from diet. ...Read more

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I'm a renal transplant patient.l want to take dymatize elite whey protein isolate. Is it safe for me?

I'm a renal transplant patient.l want to take dymatize elite whey protein isolate. Is it safe for me?

That: depends on your creatinine level in the blood. If that is high you may need to restrict protein. Find out your creatinine and ask your doctor. ...Read more

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Is 100 grams of protein daily a lot considering i workout 5 days a week for around an hour and a half?

Is 100 grams of protein daily a lot considering i workout 5 days a week for around an hour and a half?

High amount, but: Not obscenely high. Working out a great deal, young, you could probably use 60-80 grams a day. The rest you will just urinate out. Try to make sure it is from lean, healthy sources, include carbs in post workout meals to maximize gains. Best of luck! ...Read more

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Can you let me know how many hours does it take to digest protein?

4-6 hours: Food remains in your stomach for 4-6 hours. These is not much digestion taking place in the stomach which mainly breaks the food down into its elements. Most of the digestion/absorption takes place in the small intestine over 8-12 hours. ...Read more

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If i were to have a meal with 50g of protein and then lift weights about 5-8 hours later, would the protein still be beneficial for me?

If i were to have a meal with 50g of protein and then lift weights about 5-8 hours later, would the protein still be beneficial for me?

Maybe not: The time it takes for the body to digest the proteins depend on the type of protein. They are made of Amino Acids and the more Amino Acids in a protein, the slower the metabolism will be. But still, it may take about 4-5 hours for the protein to leave the small intestine. I recommend you eat your high protein meal within 2-3 hours of training, can be before or after. www.otwithmd.com. ...Read more

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How to calculate 24 hours urinary protein?

How to calculate 24 hours urinary protein?

24 hr collection: Collect all urine produced over 24 hours. Empty ; discard first morning urine, then collect all the urine you produce for next 24 hrs up to ; including next morning at same time as u started day before. Take entire 24 urine sample to a lab where they can measure protein content. Or measure 24 hr volume ; just take or send a small sample informing lab of 24 hr urine volume so they can calculate it. ...Read more

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What cause protein in the urine on 24 hour collection?

What cause protein in the urine on 24 hour collection?

Kidney issues.: There can be a small amount of protein (<30mg) seen on a 24 hr urine specimen, but anything above that could indicate kidney disease. Generally the greater amount of protein, the more serious the disorder. A nephrologist can help diagnose kidney problems based on the urine findings, other lab tests, your history and exam. Sometimes a kidney biopsy is necessary for diagnosis. Best of luck. ...Read more

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