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Advantages and Disadvantages of Having Whey Protein

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  1. Advantages and Disadvantages of Having Whey Protein http://www.sinewnutrition.com

  2. What is Whey Protein? Whey protein is a “complete protein” that is enriched with all the 9 essential amino acids and is low in lactose content. It is fast and easy to digest. http://www.sinewnutrition.com

  3. Advantages of Having Whey Protein Increase Size and Strength: Whey protein provides amino acids, which serve as building block for increased muscle growth. It also increases release of anabolic hormones such as Insulin which stimulate muscle growth. Its high content of amino acid “Leucine”, is known to trigger muscle protein synthesis at the molecular and genetic level. http://www.sinewnutrition.com

  4. Lower cholesterol: A new 12-week study with obese adults, average age 48, showed that whey protein could significantly improve their metabolic profile on such important issues as reducing triglycerides, cholesterol, and metabolism (less insulin resistance). improving blood sugar Stronger Immune System: Whey protein increases the production of endogenous Glutathione that helps detoxify the body . This boosts your immune system and makes it stronger.

  5. Stronger Bones: A recent study conducted at Boston University showed that elderly individuals who consumed low levels of protein suffered a significant loss of bone density four years after the start of the study, especially in the hip and spine areas. Thus a diet comprising of whey protein may help maintain strong bones as we age, especially when coupled with an exercise and resistance training regime. Whey protein is a very good source of calcium and is considered alkalizing to the body. A nutritious diet rich in vegetables, fruits, calcium rich foods, EFA’s, vitamin D and whey protein will help keep bones healthy and strong.

  6. Lose Fat And Preserve Muscles: According to one study, published in Nutrition & Metabolism, people who consumed specialized whey fraction “lost significantly more body fat and showed a greater preservation of lean muscle compared to subjects consuming the control beverage”. Fight Cancer: Whey protein may help in the fight against some common forms of cancer including prostate and colon. As per some recent experiments in rodents, it was found that there is antitumor activity in the protein fraction and to be more specific in the whey protein component of milk.

  7. Disadvantages Of Whey Protein Indigestion: Most of the research has shown that if you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, they are most likely due to either the lactose, which is found almost in all whey sweeteners used. With that said, there are various methods of whey production, exchanged that can influence how well your body can utilize the protein, leading to improper digestion of the whey itself. protein concentrate or such as ion-

  8. Ketosis: While high protein and low carbohydrate diet has proven to help lose fat in short term, its prolonged use may lead to Ketosis. Ketosis is a metabolic state where your body burns more fat as a source of energy due to the lack of carbs. This is dangerous as it stresses the liver and causes destruction of muscle tissues.

  9. Osteoporosis According to Endocrineweb.com, osteoporosis is a condition in which bone becomes brittle and fragile due to depletion of calcium and bone protein. There is an increased risk of bone fracture in people having osteoporosis. Although there is no scientific evidence to prove the argument, it is believed that whey protein isolate taken in excess can cause mineral imbalance resulting in decreased bone density or osteoporosis.