When You Need Protein Supplements For Muscle Gain

whey protein and creatine
Whey Protein & Creatine
promote muscle mass and strength
By protein supplements, we mean whey protein, casein and/or creatine. Your daily protein requirement for muscle gain is 1gm for every pound of body weight (in metric terms, that's 1.5 to 2.5 gms of protein for every kilogram of body weight).

The healthiest kind of protein is the one you get from food. Dietary protein (ranging from chicken, to turkey, to beef; brown rice to nuts) is organic in nature and therefore absorbs more easily into your muscles, through your blood stream. It is also what your stomach is used to.

But if you're low on time or unable to get your daily protein requirement from food alone, then a protein supplement -- like Whey Protein Isolate with BCAA -- is very much needed to support your weight training workout.

We highly recommend BCAA (branched chain amino acids) because it's the only amino acid that gets to your muscles directly without the need to go through your liver.

The advantage? Better protein absorption and nutrient assimilation.

Let's do a quick check:
  • Without proteins, you won't gain muscle strength
  • Without creatine, you won't gain muscle size
What about casein? Casein absorbs slower but is required to balance the synthesis of fast-absorbing whey.

So, if you're down to a choice of whey protein supplements, mix up a protein blend that gives you all three of the following in your pre-workout and post-workout shake:
  • BCAA-enriched Whey Protein
  • Casein
  • Creatine
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