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Protein Supplement For Dialysis Patients
Which protein supplement is better for me. Myofusion or bsn syntha6 isolate.-- side effects as hep b patient. I workout 5-6 days a week.
Simple answer is that it is a medical technology used primarily to provide an artificial replacement for lost kidney function in people with renal failure. Hemodialysis remove wastes and excess water from the blood by circulating blood outside the body through an external filter, called a dialyzer. Blood and dialysate flow through in opposite directions and the ...Read more
Whey Proteins: Most important - look at phosphorous and potassium content and talk to your dietician before you start anything. Products that I have seen suggested are now foods whey protein and body fortress whey protein. But check everything out thoroughly before starting including checking with your doctor. ...Read more
Dialysis: It is best to ask your Nephrologist this question, as they know what is right and needed for you and your situation. ...Read more
Limited: There really are no real concerning side effects of the protein besides gas, abdominal bloating and stomach cramps. Other side effects are dependent on the other supplements in the protein. Often creatine is contained in the supplements which can lead to muscle cramps and pain along with dehydration. ...Read more
Seriously? Dental?: Bulking for what? Tongue size? Talk to your pcp for referral to a competent sports medicine specialist before adding "supplements" of any kind to your exercise program. Especially at almost 40, you must be cautious of the strain on your no-longer-18 joints and ligaments. ...Read more
Blender bottle: We're not allowed to recommend a specific product. But, to solve your problem of no blender, consider buying a container with a blender ball inside of it. WIth these you can put your water or milk into the container, add the powder and simply shake by hand. The blender ball inside will "blend" the powder into the liquid. No blender needed! ...Read more
Is it possible to increase height in a safe way, if someone is 17 year-old male. I have heard that a protein supplement might help?
I have recently got a slight testical pain in my left? To facilitate, I have been doing gym with a whey protein supplement, following its guides.
After a lot of research I have started taking protein supplement as I do intense weight lifting 5 days a week. Should I be worried about side affects?
No: There should be no issues with side effects as long as you do not have significant impairment of kidney function. ...Read more
Hello, I am a teenager and I am 16 years old. I would like your professional opinion about starting a protein supplement at this age? I was thinking t
Great question: Thank you for asking! You should be careful as to how much protein you ingest. The recommended total daily intake of protein for a male teenager is 52 grams per day, for a female, 46 grams per day. Formulas that recommend 1 gram per kg per day are also used. Eat a healthy and balance diet, much of your protein can be gained from proper food choices. ...Read more
Why not get it fresh: Soy/beans, nuts, wheat/whey, fish, lean chickens, eggwhites, and lean meats are common protein sources. It should be a balance. Find out/learn about what you need: are you just keeping healthy or are looking to build muscle (body building?). Keep in mind: a healhty balance! There are plenty of nutritional books which can guide you step by step. If you have concerns, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
A dietary supplement, also known as food supplement or nutritional supplement, is a preparation intended to supplement the diet and provide nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, fiber, fatty acids, or amino acids, that may be missing or may not be consumed in sufficient quantities in a person's diet. Some countries define dietary supplements as foods, while ...Read more