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The advantages and disadvantages of whey protein

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Whey protein is a high quality protein powder from cow's milk.

Whey protein is a high quality protein powder from cow's milk.

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    • The Advantages and Disadvantages of Whey Protein
    • When it comes to bodybuilding, you know that protein intake is vital to your success.
    • Unfortunately, even if you are a big meat eater, you will find that you will not get the amount of this important nutrient - or even the right protein - in your diet without taking supplements.
    • One of the most important supplements that body builders need is whey protein.
    • It has many more advantages then disadvantages.
    • The advantages of whey protein are too numerous to list, however, here we will discuss some of the more important advantages.
    • For example, it stimulates the lGF-1 production, which stimulates growth.
    • When you use whey protein isolates, you will be getting about ten percent of immunoglobulin proteins that are intact.
    • This means that they have two pairs of polypeptide chains.
    • While that may be too confusing for the average person to understand, what it means to you is that your immune system gets a boost on top of helping your muscles to grow.
    • Whey Proteins
    • No other source in existence contains as much branched chain amino acids.
    • You need these amino acids because you actually lose them when the muscles catabolize.
    • Most people don't realize that muscles are damaged as much as they are built in body building, but whey protein essentially replaces everything that your muscles are losing during and after your workouts.
    • Whey protein also helps to detoxify the body by making the body's production of endogenous glutathione greater.
    • This too helps to make your immune system stronger as well, and this is just another of the many advantages.
    • Optimum Nutrition
    • You may wonder how body builders can work out day after day, without muscle soreness.
    • In fact, beginners often quit following their first couple of workouts, simply because they can't bear the pain.
    • Here is another advantage of whey protein.
    • Whey isolates have protein chains that contain four essential amino acids that also act as natural pain killers.
    • Overall, whey is the best for the body, because the body makes excellent use of it.
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    • better use than any other type.
    • Protein Shakes
    • But, as with anything else, there are disadvantages of whey protein.
    • First, the best products on the market are fairly expensive, making them inaccessible to most people who get into body building.
    • There are products that are affordable, but these are usually of a much lower quality, and are often full of sugar.
    • Furthermore, these cheaper products are not digested as easily as a quality product.
    • Overall, however, most serious body builders will search high and low to find a whey protein product that is of high quality, and affordable at the same time, because the advantages are so plentiful, while the disadvantages typically only involve the cost of the product.
    • Simply put, you can't go wrong with a quality whey protein product when you are serious about body building.
    • In light of how beneficial it is, it is ironic that it was once considered a waste product in the process of making milk and cheese.