1. What are protein blends and where do they come from?
Protein blends are a combination of the four main protein types, rolled into one. That means you will get a mix of egg, micellar casein, hydrolyzed whey, and sometimes soy, when taking a blended protein.
Also, some proteins today will also contain glutamine and creatine to help pack on muscle mass quicker and speed up your recovery time. This can be very important because sometimes your body needs and can use all the benefits that each specific type of protein provides.
Over the years, protein blends have been found in a variety of ways. Whether they were taken separately with two or three entirely different products, or supplemented with protein powder and actual food, people for years have found great benefits for blended protein.
Some of the benefits protein blends provide is:
- High Levels Of Amino Acids
- Optimal Protein Synthesis
- Extended Release Time
- Easily Digested
- Anabolically Potent
- Continous Absoprtion
Clearly, protein blends pack quite a punch when it comes to delivering a multitiude of benefits all wrapped up in one powerful formula!
2. What can protein blends do for me and what scientific studies give evidence to support this?
Protein blends are specifically formulated to be able to provide you with the perfect building blocks for muscle and strength gains. What you will feel and experience when using a blended protein is continued feeding for up to 7 hours that supercharges your gains and recovery unlike anything you have ever known!
You will find yourself making gigantic strides in your fitness and body transformation goals that you never thought possible. Each time you step foot in the gym, you will be throwing up weights heavier than ever before. Fatigue and soreness will simply be things of the past that you will find yourself experiencing less and less.
After experiencing the mind-blowing gains that blended protein gives you versus all the other "normal" proteins, you will never want to go back to using anything else.
There have been many studies done over the years showing the benefits of all the protein types and what they are able to do for the human body. It only makes sense that when combined into one powder, you get all the benefits at one time.
3. Who needs a blended protein and how much should be taken? Are there any side effects or symptoms of deficiency?
Any athlete or bodybuilder looking for the benefits that all of the protein types provides would benefit greatly from a blended protein. Whether you want to stick with straight casein protein twice a day, and then supplement once with a blended protein, or vice-versa with egg or whey, a blended protein gives you a variety of options at your disposal for your dietary needs.
There are no documented side effects provided a person does not have an allergy to dairy, egg, or soy proteins or does not need to restrict those product types for medical reasons. If you are allergic to dairy proteins please consult with a physician prior to consuming any type of whey protein.
However, it is good to keep in mind that if you exceed the RDA, then you can run the risk of potential side effects. The reason that too much protein can be harmful is because the body is unable to store it. What then happens is excess protein is broken down and converted into sugars or extra fat. Always speak to your doctor or physican if you have any questions regarding your own diet and health needs.
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