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Whey Protein Facts
May 16, 2013
12:07 pm
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Proteins are an essential part of the human diet because they are vital for the body’s metabolism as well as the cellular processes. Unfortunately most people donot get enough protein in their diet which can cause limitations on how the body functions and its ability to produce energy. This lack of protein is due to the increase in consumption of carbohydrates, which are essential to health as well but in abundance can lead to obesity and in the long run diseases. If having a healthy strong body is your dream, whey protein supplement is just right step ahead to achieve it.

Many clinical studies have been done On Whey Protein and all of them have approved whey as the best source of amino acids. Whey protein is primarily marketed as a dietary supplement. However, its additional health effects are still being studied. Protein is needed to repair and build muscles therefore; whey protein is an excellent source of protein for bodybuilders and people looking to build muscle. Whey protein can be rapidly digested within the body, which accelerates muscle development. When taken before a workout whey protein inhibits enzymes that restrict blood vessels during exercise, which allows for increased blood flow and nutrients to the necessary parts of the body. Taken after workouts, whey protein increases the amount of amino acids, which can be used within the muscles to build, repair and increase muscle mass.Although there are several benefits to consuming whey protein, it is important to follow the directions when taking any whey protein supplement.

May 16, 2013
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Martineze, I should explain that this is a forum about Anne Boleyn, whose head came off due to a sword and not due to lack of protein.

May 16, 2013
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Where is the like button? Seriously, Louise you gave me a much needed laugh.

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