protein and other supplement
Before asking this question, I did a search on google and on the site, without real result.
We are witnessing more and more an (over) consumption of substitute or supplement products: weight loss powder, “high protein” diet, muscle building protein, etc.
Are all of these over-the-counter products really harmless to your health? Between the sellers who will bring you the benefits of free radicals and other stuff in the genre, and the traditionalists who will take out their sign “eating organic is all that is true” … it is difficult to navigate. And strangely, there is no serious research, TV debate or anything else on the subject, even less than the cell phone waves that we get from time to time all the same.
So what about these protein powders? Time bomb or makeover?
I know that this post will end with equality between the parties, each pulling the cover to itself, but try for once to give links, concrete examples of study, of research to confirm your statements.
I personally coosomme proteins for sporting purposes, and my wife only makes her meals of high protein meals ……….
So in a constructive debate, can we say the consequences on health, where are we? yet to sell a product, derive maximum benefit from it, without trying too hard to know the consequences on the human body?
It’s up to you to see, me, the HP cure worked; go to the sites and you will see that indeed the opinions are rife. Before these few days, I was 100% sure of the products. Now I doubt. Find out from various sites for or against these products. Maybe they will be able to help you … I admit that I am dumped.