Protein Powder, Really Necessary?
I am 21 years old and I am quite athletic. I swim, do some racing biking (on weekends) and strength training twice a week. I have heard that there is an exact amount of protein to be supplied to your body for heavy physical activity. It seems to me that this is 2g per kilo. I would like to be able to provide my body with exactly the amount I need. I don’t think I am eating enough protein in my diet.
So I thought about buying protein powder to supplement my diet. What are the risks in case of excess protein. How do you know if the amount absorbed is the right one? And above all what proteins to take? I want to increase my muscle mass a bit, not gain fat. I currently weigh 73 kg for 1m78.
Thank you in advance.
you must provide your body per day 2g of protein per kilo of weight so for you 73×2 146g in your diet with meat fish egg and other. me for my case I consume a diet where there is protein I take this diet in the morning and evening and I eat a normal meal at noon
For benabar he should take whey protein, (no carbohydrate intake). It is necessary to take 20-30 g, by taking no more because your body will reject it, 1 before 1 after the sport with one hour of digestion before eating. Keep a normal food balance, drink more water. And the results will be there.
There is no danger with proteins as long as you do not play the pig, and over dose the catches. Which is absolutely useless. See you soon on
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