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• Fast Release Proteins: Whey Protein Hydrolysate and Whey Protein Isolate
• Medium Release Proteins: Whey Protein Concentrate and Egg White Protein
• Slow Release Proteins: Calcium Caseinate, Milk Protein Isolate and Micellar Casein
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There is plenty of data to show that protein has many positive effects from increasing lean body mass (muscle yo!) (2,3), assisting with positive tendon changes (stronger soft tissue) (3), to even help recover from injuries (4). But how much protein do you need?
On the low end, we know that a single dose below around 10 grams of a whey protein supplement is not enough to affect much change in muscle remodeling (5) which is most likely related to the leucine content (6,7). Read more…
“Hey, bro, I want to add some muscle and get leaner so what if I hooked up an IV of protein? If I did that, I would have constant levels of protein all day, right? I would be hyoooooooooge in no time.” Ok, maybe you are not that extreme. Instead, you take the approach to eating 5- 8 times a day, constantly hovering protein like a hopped up Dyson turned to 11. That should be best for your mad gainZ, right?
Nope – that is actually a bad idea. Read more…
While the long lengthy answer is always “it depends,” that answer is not very helpful or applicable, so let’s dive into the research and take a look. The biggest way to divide it up is by calories. Are you in a calorie surplus or deficit? If you are looking to get leaner then you will (hopefully) be in a caloric deficit. Those two caloric states are very different.
You may want to look better nekkid or may compete in weight classes; thus, you will restrict calories to decrease body fat stores but not decrease body mass. This is done in an attempt to gain a better strength to weight ratio which would be a competitive advantage – on the field or at the bar. Read more…