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How To Lose Weight With Six Star Muscle Whey
I'm willing to lose weight and build muscle. Will a whey protein shake after a good workout and healthy eating work?
Whey protein is: Fine if it is made from organic or free-range cow milk. If not, it can contain hormones, antibiotics, etc. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Many people resolve to lose weight in the New Year for different reasons. For those who are overweight or obese, there are many health benefits to losing weight. It can help decrease your chances of developing diseases including diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, and even certain types of cancer. Low-calorie diets combined with increased physical activity are thought to be most effective long term. The healthiest weight loss regimen, therefore, is one that consists of making lifestyle changes that incorporate a balanced diet ...Read more
Training to lose weight + gain muscle. Do you recommend the following supplement: douglas preventive x? Rated 5 stars in nutrisearch comparative guide
It's your money: This is a pricey vitamin-mineral preparation, with betaine (you decide, it's got some effects) and a couple of metals such as vanadium the only stuff you're not likely to find in a cheap chain-pharmacy daily tablet. I'd have trouble telling you they're worth the money. It'll be far more pleasant even short-run to male-bond with some gymrats and work yourself super-hard. Good luck. ...Read more
Is it a good idea to have a glass of special whey milkshare after gym before gping to bed to lose weight? Thanks
If I am injured and can no longer do weight training should I still drink whey powder? I am trying to lose weight.
Make Lasting Changes: A weight loss program has to be something you can live with for the long-term. Its better to eat healthy, natural proteins like meats, fish and veggies than to drink whey. Avoid liquid calories of any kind. Eliminating "white" carbs will go a long way also. This means sugar, white flour products as well as white rice and white pastas. This + regular exercise = steady weight loss. ...Read more
Small portions: 5 times a day are usually suggested. ...Read more
Can I take whey protein for losing weight and also gaining muscle. I am female. How much dosage do you recommend?
Whey protein is fine: It's a pretty clean and efficient protein source. If you exercise regularly and wish to gain muscle, shoot for one gram per pound of body weight of whey protein isolate - you don't need the carbohydrates nor fats in this supplement. And use in between meals, not as a meal replacement. ...Read more
Can you recommend a good whey protein powder? I am trying to lose weight and have more energy for exercise. 55 yo female.
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Yes: However, you do need a degree of carbohydrates and fats for your body to properly function. ...Read more
Are whey or protein-amino acid drinks good for losing weight while working out or more for gaining weight/muscle?
Muscle/Gain Weight?: These are promoted for assisting in building muscle which require the Amino Acid building blocks for muscle protein. The usefulness of whey proteins for promoting this from small clinical trials, is small, maybe a few % over foods. Maintaining muscles does require more daily energy, so to the extent that muscle mass ; strength significantly increase, this might assist reduction in body fat. ...Read more
Begining to run and do weights. What is best to eat/drink after a workout? Trying to lose some belly fat & gain muscle. Whey protein shakes work?
For getting a six pack do the muscles just strengthing and show up? Or does something else happen? What is a quick way to get a six pack&lose weight?
Six pack abs: To attain six pack abs, you need a combination of abdominal conditioning, aerobic exercise to burn off fat, and strict diet of low fat/high protein/low simple carbohydrates. The appearance of your abominal muscles and the ease at which you obtain them also involves genetics and metabolic level as well. ...Read more
No quick results!:
Mentally prepare yourself. This is hard work!
high protein intake (1 gr/ 2, 2 lbs of body weight), include low rep resistance activity. Cut carbs, which will be replaced by protein. Keep hydrated. Exercise 5 x /wk alternating muscle groups! You will need two break days to repair and build muscle! ...Read more
Muscle: Want it Bad!:
i come down on the side of letting nature alone. This means I am not one to encourage body building hormones or illegal supplements to achieve unnatural muscle mass.
But, that said, given your age you can naturally do a lot to get strong and to stay that way. High protein, low carbs, lots of good hydration and muscle training and lifting guided by a good trainer are key. ...Read more
See your doctor: See your doctor and have him/her refer you to a dietician. ...Read more
Weight loss: Weight loss always comes down to calories. Avoid breads and deserts. Don't eat three full meals a day. Consider slim fast for breakfast and/or yogert for lunch. Or have a soup before dinner, then wait for 30+ minutes to see if your are hungry enough to prepare a full meal. Not sure why you do not want to not gain muscle - but simple calesthenics or walking it won't cause much muscle definition. ...Read more
Yes: Have your doctor refer you to a dietician for that information. ...Read more
Both can be hard: Both can be difficult. Building muscle helps you lose weight as the extra muscle increases your metabolism so you burn more calories each hour. But it takes work to build muscle. Losing weight is a matter of burning more calories than you take in. Not always easy to do. Might try weight training 2 days a week and aerobic exercise 3-4 days a week with a day off for rest each week. ...Read more
Protein rich: Muscles are ideally proteins which are made of amino acids. Therefore you would want a diet ideally rich in Amino Acids and protein. Having just approaching rich diet may not be the best choice for everyone. There maybe some other side effects. I would consult either nutritionist or physician have a nice day. ...Read more
Join: Join a fitness class, gym or boot camp-style class. ...Read more
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more