Protein and Muscle growth

Protein shakes contain nutrients that are needed daily by the body. It is vital for muscle growth and repair in the body. Although other vitamins and nutrients are required by the muscles, protein is directly responsible for muscle tissue growth.  If you are looking to build muscle, a regular intake of protein is necessary as the body expels any excess protein as waste that is doesn’t use.

Protein, like other nutrients, has a recommended daily intake amount for the averageindividual. This is the minimum quantity of the nutrient that should be taken per day. This can vary due to the weight of the individual. For the average size person the recommended daily amount is about 50g.

This amount may increase if you are trying to significantly increase your muscle mass. It is best if you start the day with protein. The body will focus on burning fat instead of the protein due to the state the body will be in early in the morning.

To maintain the level of protein in the body, it is wise to drink protein shakes in between meals. This will help to keep the protein at a good level for the muscles. For maximum muscle growth, you can have a protein shake after a workout. As a rule of thumb, the additional protein should be consumed within 30 minutes of the end of exercising for maximum benefit. The easiest way will be in the form of a shake.

Before going to bed is also a good time to replenish your nutrients with a protein shake. As you sleep, you body will recover from the day and not expend any of its nutrients until the following day.

It is always important to always pay attention to and be conscious of your diet. This is a prudent thing in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle. So if you are looking to develop more muscles, the focus has to primarily be on the nutrient, Protein.

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About Richard Dunton

I'm a 22 year old affiliate marketeer, I'm also attending university studying for a degree in Business Marketing and Advertising.
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