ALL ABOUT PROTEIN
Most individuals know that protein is important for our muscles, but the role of protein stretches so much further than just that, protein is such an important part of our diet. Then, there comes all the questions around protein; how much should we be having, should we be having plant or animal proteins, what is the difference between whey and casein? Hopefully this article will shed some light on all your protein questions.
- WHAT ARE PROTEINS?
- Protein blends
- Different digestion rates
- Prolonged delivery of amino acids
- Repairs muscle consistently over a longer period
- Balanced amino acid profile: Glutamine & arginine (soy) and BCAAs (whey)
- Ideal protein combination for muscle protein synthesis and recovery
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