• 10.05.2017

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    Protein Debate: Which Protein is best?

    A protein’s strength or weakness is based on the quality and quantity of its essential amino acid profile for healthful growth effects. For example, Soy protein generates known cardiovascular benefits, while Whey protein reproduces significant muscle growth effects. Protein quality may...

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    Suitability of Protein Powder for women

    Protein is everywhere at the moment. What with the popularity of Bounce Balls and other raw snack bars, and the increasing number of high-end gyms and juice shops selling their own (typically overpriced) protein shakes, the humble little organic compounds are officially “cool”. And...

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    Nutrition: The Facts About Protein, Carbs & Fat

    If you want to see the best results from your training program, proper nutrition is critical. This means the proper intake of calories, the proper ratio of macro nutrients – protein, carbohydrates, and fats – and the proper timing of these macro nutrients. This also means understanding...

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    Different Proteins and their functions

    Proteins are made of individual “building block” units called amino acids (AAs) that are linked together A chain of AAs is called a peptide Long peptides are proteins The order of the AAs allows different proteins to have different functions Functions: Enzymes All biological enzymes are made...

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    What are proteins, and their role in diet

    Human body consists of 65% water. 2nd most important component of human body is proteins, at 20%. While much attention has been given to disadvantages of some form of foods such as fats, sugar, salt, etc. as well as deficiency of some micro-nutrients in human body, the biggest body building food...

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