The more people heading towards a healthy lifestyle, the more businesses of whey protein coming in limelight. So the question arises about how to choose the best. So stay tuned guys… you are going to know about the major mantra to develop a good physique. The gym is essential but it’s incomplete without whey protein. Yeah, guys! Whey protein is essential for building good muscles.
Don’t worry, this blog will clear all your doubts.
So what is whey protein?
- Whey is derived from animal
- It contains approx. 20% of milk
- It is soluble in water thus needs to be consumed from time to time.
- It contains all essential amino acids thus said to be a complete source of protein.
- It is found in ricotta cheese, milk and yoghurt.
There are different types of proteins in the market. Each type affects differently, so one should sure about their choice.
Let’s understand what are those types listed on the supplements.
- Whey Protein Concentrate
It is only given to those supplements which have 90% or less than 90% of protein weight.
It is cheaper as compared to other types of whey protein. Thus fits in the budget.
It has low bioavailability.
Honestly speaking! This type is my personal favourite. Not because it is much cheaper but the possibility of any side effect is much low.
- Whey Protein Isolate
It is the purest form of protein which reduces fats and all the lactose
As there is no lactose present, lactose-intolerant people can choose this one.
It is expensive.
This type of whey protein is for fitness enthusiasts who really want to build good muscles.
- Whey Protein Hydrolysate Or Blends
- They are the blend of above proteins which most commonly available in the
- The cost for these blends is
As a mixture blend, it is difficult to know which type of protein contents is more.
How Does Whey Protein Help In Muscle Gaining ?
- Whey protein is a complete source of protein as it contains all the essential amino acids including leucine. It is like the North Star which guides the body for gaining muscles and
- Bioavailability is very high of whey as compared to
How Much Whey Protein You Need Every Day ?
A good dietician advises that a healthy adult requires 0.8-1g per kg bodyweight protein in a day. But it varies person to person depending upon the type of physical activity. For example – Athletes requires 0.5-2 g per kg body weight per day.
So one can calculate it as
Ideal Protein Intake Per Day = Weight X ( Requirement Of Protein As Per Physical Activity )
What Are The Benefits Of Whey Protein?
- It helps in muscle building.
- It is responsible for a good
- It boosts immune
- It helps in controlling blood pressure and sugar
- It has high
Does Whey Protein Has Any Side Effects ?
We all are aware of Newton’s third law – “for every action, there is a reaction”.
But the reaction depends on the different circumstances. Though the consumption of Whey protein is generally safe, there are still some potential side effects associated with the high doses. If not consumed properly, it can cause fatigue, cramps and bloat, headaches, loss of mineral bone density. So from the above discussion, we can conclude that whey protein if consumed religiously helps in muscle gain and also improves our natural functioning of the body.
As your elder brother, I seek your attention to my suggestions and hope you strictly follow the intake guidelines.
Signing off with a quote –
“You’re not serious until you’ve licked the top of your shaker”.