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Our protein powders come with ZERO sugar & are still very tasty.
Yes, they can. Our Men & Women’s products, from the same category, have similar calorie composition. The primary difference between them is that Men’s product have a slightly higher %age of protein in it; the Women’s products additionally include Vitamin K, Calcium & Iron.
Yes, they can. Our Men & Women’s products within the same category have similar composition. The primary difference between them is that the Women’s products additionally include Vitamin K, Calcium & Iron; Men’s product have a slightly higher %age of protein in it.
Both protein supplements and whole foods can meet your daily requirement for protein to supply the amino acids that your body cannot manufacture. Your body uses amino acids to synthesize new proteins that support immune function, blood-cell formation, muscle building, tissue repair and hormone production. Both supplements and food sources of protein have advantages and disadvantages. But consult with a dietitian or your health-care provider before including protein supplements in your diet.
- The DRI (Dietary Reference Intake) in the USA suggests 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight. This amounts to 56 grams per day for the average man & 46 grams per day for the average woman
Protein is an important nutrient for weight loss. Getting enough can boost your metabolism, reduce your appetite and help you lose body fat without losing muscle. Protein shakes are an easy way to add more protein to your diet, and have been shown to help with weight loss. But it is not a guaranteed weight loss solution. You need to ensure that you are adequately exercising if you plan to consume protein as well as maintain a balanced diet. This is true for both Men & Women.
Protein-rich foods are commonly associated with strength and muscle building (lean or strong). However, there is a myth that eating excessive amounts of protein will help build bigger muscles. Any excess protein will ultimately be stored as fat. Excess calories of any nature, regardless of the source, will be stored by the body as fat.
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