Being one of the most studied supplements worldwide, the benefits of whey protein are no longer a secret, and it is no wonder that protein powder has become the number 1 product in the fitness world.
I recently came across an article that talked about whey protein baldness related problems, especially when making use of whey protein isolate instead of concentrate.
I have to admit that it sounded quite convincing...
You know, you read about some apparently popular universities doing all these kinds of researches, claiming that they conducted tests on hundreds of people taking whey protein isolate supplements and discovering that a certain high percentage of them experienced whey protein baldness. [...]
A lot has been said about kidney problems due to too much protein in our diet. Some get scared and drastically reduce protein in their diet, others just choose to ignore every warning and take a chance.What is the truth, though?
Let's begin with saying that all those cold cut meats, salami, capicollo, prosciutto (very Italian here. [...]
If you have ever tried to build muscle you must have got to the point where whey protein shake supplements seemed to be your last and only hope for gaining some muscle mass...am I right?
Ok maybe it wasn't your only hope, but I am sure that somebody suggested you to take whey protein or that at least you thought about it at some point. [...]
I remember the first time I decided to take some supplements to improve my performances and to gain more muscle fast.
I asked around and basically everybody told me that I should have started taking protein, whey protein to be precise.
So I did, I bought my first whey protein container and I remember asking myself. [...]
Between all the bodybuilding supplements, whey protein is certainly the most popular. It's the supplement that sooner or later, everyone that works out seriously will try.
Proteins are the most important nutrient for people that want to gain muscle mass, because they are the muscle building bricks, and they have to be consumed in certain quantities to allow the growth. [...]
Consuming enough protein is one of the requirements to build muscle, but consuming too much can develop some of the known whey protein side effects.
A normal person requires something like 0.5 grams of protein per pound of his or her body weight. [...]