Anabolic protein vs whey protein

While protein needs differ between individuals, the consensus is that exercising individuals consume between – 2g/ kg/day. For those participating in resistance exercise this figure should lean towards the higher end to ensure positive nitrogen balance and to sustain an anabolic environment. Extra protein should also be ingested pre- and post- workout for maximum muscular gains. Not meeting these protein requirements can severely hinder your ability to gain muscle mass and to repair damage to the muscles from exercise. Aside from proteins effects on muscles, it may have additional benefits in terms of aiding weight loss. High protein meals are often more satisfying, making you feel fuller for longer and preventing binges throughout the day. Protein unlike carbohydrates does not create fluctuations in blood glucose which is one key drive for hunger response. Those consuming increased protein often have favourable fat mass/fat free mass ratios. That is, people who have higher protein diets have more muscle and less fat.

On the other hand, the whey protein isolation process is much more thorough. It uses various stages of micro-filtration and ultra-filtration to achieve this level of whey protein purity while maintaining the delicatebioactive protein fractions. It essentially separates the protein, almost in its entirety from the raw whey, resulting in 85% to 90% pure protein. So in a 30 gram serving of whey protein isolate, plan on getting between 25 and 27 grams of pure protein with the remaining 3-5 grams being carbs, flavor, sweetener and some calcium, potassium and sodium.

Thank you Emily for your article on protein powder. I don’t think their are any “healthy saturated fats” other than Virgin Coconut Oil that is not refined. Tropical Traditions “Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil” is the farmer I know of that doesn’t process (refined) their coconuts with chemicals. The saturated fat in the coconut is good because it never enters the bloodstream where it can get stored as fat, instead it enters the liver and gets used for energy, which I found quite amazing. Go to their website and read more about coconuts.

Anabolic protein vs whey protein

anabolic protein vs whey protein


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