Studies have shown that when people take whey protein before and after working out, they get significantly better results than if they did not take it. After a workout, the body is looking for branched chain amino acids,... More »

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Muscle & Strength explains that the best time to take whey protein for maximum results is right after working out. A person has an optimal time of 40 minutes after working out for his body to absorb the protein depleted ... More »

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Muscle Milk has several advantages over whey, namely that Muscle Milk is a mixture of several dairy proteins, including whey and calcium caseinate, it contains some carbs, and has a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals... More »

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If you don't eat enough protein over a long period of time, you're susceptible to reduced bone density, increased rates of bone loss, and a decrease in the absorption of intestinal calcium, according to The Journal of Nu... More »

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There is no magic number for how many protein shakes to safely drink per day, because people fall into different health-related categories, each with a recommended daily protein requirement. Someone trying to build muscl... More »

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Although many people receive adequate protein through their regular diet, whey protein is good for those who exercise heavily to increase muscle size and strength, want to preserve their muscles but reduce fat, and need ... More »

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A person should consume 0.36 grams of protein per day per pound of body weight. Most sedentary men require around 56 grams of protein per day. Sedentary women require around 46 grams of protein per day. More »