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Source global Wall Street Journal     time 2020-09-07 00:04:39
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Hence, protein powders must be consumed in limited quantities only. People who consume them to increase muscle mass must do so by checking ingredients and nutrient composition. Also, not to forget that consuming natural sources of protein is the best way to have a fit and healthy body. Hence, there are many side effects of protein powders.

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Protein powders are dietary supplements that people take in order to gain more muscle mass. Protein powders are common among gym goers, and so called body builders who aspire to have a strong and muscular body. Whey protein is the most common protein supplement that gym goers and body builders take. It comprised a collection of globular proteins which are isolated from the liquid material. The liquid material is created as a by product of cheese production. These globular proteins can do more harm to your body than benefit it.

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Protein powders with whey protein can increase postprandial insulin and basal insulin like growth factor I plasma levels. Consuming protein powders after workouts can contribute to an increase in insulin levels in the body. People have reported to have improved body compositions when they consumed protein powders along with a healthy workout regime. Protein powders can improve your exercise performance, especially if you include weight training and resistance training in your workout regime. Rice protein powder can help in improving your power, strength and muscle mass.

Protein powders are considered to have an unbalanced nutrient composition as compared to natural sources of protein such as meat, milk and eggs. Protein powders are more protein dense, and consuming then can create an imbalance of nutrient composition in the body.


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