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  • How Much Protein You Really NEED To Build Muscle

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    How much protein do you really need to build muscle? Well... it's not as much as we think. How much is the right amount? Hoffman conducted a study and found that there was no difference in body composition, strength or resting hormonal concentrations in strength athletes consuming either 0.77g or 0.91g over a 3 month period.

    So we know proteins are made up of amino acids(AAs) that serve as building blocks and stimulate muscle protein synthesis. With insufficient amount, this can result in loss of strength and body mass. Yet, we could possibly even consume even less than 1 gram a day.

    Does your current day to day eating pattern supply you with the right amount? Do you eat enough?

    Well then, supplementation of protein may be an option for you. We have all these protein supplements on the market so it can be hard to identify what is the right supplementation for you. With the most common protein supplements being isolate and concentrate protein, which is the right one? The main difference between whey isolate and concentrate is that whey isolate undergoes more processing, which results in higher protein content with fewer carbs, lactose and fat. Whey isolate protein absorbs much faster than whey concentrate, spikes insulin much faster, allowing your cells to be more receptive. Which is what you want after a workout. Regardless of the protein you buy, high-quality protein will be slightly better for you however, they will still both help towards reaching your daily protein needs.

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    Disclaimers: Roberto Salvaggio and Alex Salvaggio are not doctors or a medical professional. The use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Therefore our content is in no way intended to be taken as medical advice. We will not assume any liability for losses or damages from the use of information contained in this video. Show less
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