Here we summarized the most important information about the protein water. We report the ingestion, effects and tolerability of Protein water in muscle building.
The protein water is a protein that is made from the milk. In a fresh milk, the protein water content, also known as protein water, is 20%. The remaining 20% of the milk consists of casein protein. The protein water is easily digestible and gets into the muscles very fast. The revenue is good before or after a workout. The casein protein takes longer to be digested and is therefore rather unsuitable for intensive training. The protein water has many important ingredients like amino acids or the well-known BCAA.
What are the differences in protein and how is Protein water actually produced?
The protein is extracted from the milk as described earlier. There are different methods of extraction. In the simpler method, we made a normal protein shake. This has more fat and carbohydrate content. The protein water is more elaborate and therefore more expensive. The protein is higher quality and contains less carbohydrates and fats.
Why does a protein water go into my diet?
With every good nutritional plan, protein water should be part of it. Proteins are important for muscle growth. After a hard workout, the muscle quickly needs proteins for the muscle to grow. Protein water is easily digestible and quickly gets into the muscles. So you make sure that the muscles have enough protein. Of course, with your diet, you can already consume many proteins throughout the day. Foods with plenty of protein content are z. Poultry, fish, nuts, skimmed quark, egg white or beef.
How much protein do my muscles need per day?
A rule of thumb is that you should take about 1-2g of protein per kg of body weight while building muscle. This means that a 100kg heavy man per day should eat about 100-200g protein. Only by food it becomes difficult and expensive to reach the 1-2g protein per day. That’s why we recommend you take several Protein water Shakes a day.
When should you take the protein water?
We often take 3 Protein water Shakes a day. One when getting up, one after training and one at bedtime. No, do not worry, Protein water does not make you fat as it contains almost no carbohydrates or fats.
Should I take Protein water on a diet?
With a diet, a protein water is very good. So that during the diet not too much muscle mass is lost, we recommend you as a supplement to incorporate a protein water in the diet plan. A protein water shake delivers between 25-30g of protein.
Is it bad if I combine creatine with a protein water?
No, many fitness athletes combine creatine and protein water after a hard workout. In addition, other supplements can be taken such as BCAA or glutamine. Creatine increases the performance during training and thus provides for a greater muscle stimulation. The protein water is the building block that strengthens the muscles and makes them grow.
How long can I take a protein water?
You can take a protein water all year long. It would be the same if you ask how long can I eat chicken. We recommend that you always drink enough while taking Protein water. You can drink 2-4 liters of water per day. If you have taken too many shakes, the excess portion is simply flushed out with the urine and thus has no side effects. So remember, always drink enough!