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Lifetime Fitness Chocolate Whey Protein Nutritional Facts
Hmmmm. . .: Not unless you have really heavy cans of whey protein and lift them a lot. :-) I agree with dr. Henning that whey and other proteins can support your muscle growth while you're also doing a weight resistance program. But why does not have the same functions as weights. Lifting weights train your muscles; drinking whey supports their growth. Other forms of protein include pea and soy. ...Read more
Is it a good idea to take whey protein isolate as a recovery drink after I do the insanity fitness program? And before bedtime?
Maybe, but..: Insanity is a vigorous exercise program that engages all major & core muscle groups, stimulates the release of glycogen stores and the rapid and efficient uptake of oxygen to fuel activity. Recovery from the demands of such a program requires some protein and also a high GI food to promote growth and replenish glycogen. Adding some fruit or dextrose will do the trick! ...Read more
Either: The whey protein shake likely has more protein, depending on how much is added. Base your decision on the nutrients and what you are looking for- which has more protein? Number of fat grams? Amount of simple sugars? Does the shake have added vitamins and minerals? What tastes the best? Both sound like reasonable recovery drinks. ...Read more
Are whey proteins good for me for general fitness? I am thinking of product of optimum nutrition, but u can recommend
Whey protein: Yes, whey protein is excellent. Other excellent proteins are: Egg white is superior to all. Quinoa is excellent. Beans and lentils are excellent. Milk protein is excellent. Whole grains are good but not sufficient. Nuts are excellent. Yogurt is excellent. Be careful - excess protein can worsen kidney stone condition. Be sure you drink 3-4 liters per day ...Read more
Hi doc. Is goldstndrd whey protein suitable for people around 58 years old and high blood pressure issue whishes to start the light fitness exercise?
Dietary supplements: Age & blood pressure are immaterial to starting exercise regimen. Just do it! Great idea to start slow & low and gradually build up speed & strength/weight. Dietary supplements are not necessary for most adults in States although I can't speak to Pakistan etc. Certainly, there are no studies demonstrating any benefit from dietary supplements. When starting exercise program, don't need whey protein ...Read more
Depend!: I f you use 50g per day-20 days. If you ingest 100g per day, only 10 days. That much is not prudent for most. So, the 20 day likely hood is reasonable. Equivalent to 2 cans of tuna! ...Read more
Whey protein is..:
The protein in milk without the carbs (lactose) or milk fat. It is the best protein commercially available and is made as a powder or shake.
You should use it to increase protein intake in your diet, if it is low, or if you are on a heavy cardio- or weight training program. It definitely works! ...Read more
Read the nutrition label and see if there is any added sugar. Most companies will add little sugar to make the protein isolate taste tolerable. Few companies will make whey isolates using stevia extract.
Tips: Enjoy the protein within 90 minutes of workout. Try it with skim milk if you dislike the taste with water. ...Read more
Yes: No reason you can't.Get a more detailed answer ›
I assumed you want to have good protein intake. If so, the surest intake comes from your own intestine with balanced nutritious intake. Of course, exercise, adequate sleep.... As universal healthy lifestyle should be the very core foundation for health medical care and the very key to longevity and happiness.
Commercially, who knows? Probably, just read the label because everyone is touting... ...Read more
Check fat content: Pick a type with low fat content. ...Read more
Grass fed, low temp.: I advise whey protein from grass-fed cows not given hormones or antibiotics & processed at low temperature to preserve immunoglobulins & other beneficial components. One brand that meets this criteria is whey cool by designs for health see http://www. Rockwellnutrition. Com/p-designs-for-health-whey-cool-vanilla-organic-whey-protein. Another good one: http://www. Grass-fedwhey. Com/. ...Read more
80% of protein in milk is casein, 20% whey. They have different balances of amino acids, whey is absorbed more quickly and they have different effects.
See http://www. Bodybuilding. Com/fun/satternorton. Htm and http://www. Bodybuilding. Com/fun/casein_vs_whey_protein. Htm
and https://www. T-nation. Com/supplements/whey-vs-casein-the-real-story
for more details. ...Read more
Many benefits: Whey protein has many benefits. It's an easily digested form of protein. It can enhance immune function, support detoxification, prevent osteoporosis, raise hdl, balance sugar & increase production of the antioxidant glutathione. I advise whey from grass-fed cows processed at low temperature such as whey cool: http://www. Rockwellnutrition. Com/p-designs-for-health-whey-cool-vanilla-organic-whey-protein. ...Read more