5 things you should know about protein powder
Proteins is what muscle is made of, and when you break down protein you get amino acids.
What protein powder do you use?
Was it on sale or recommended by the salesperson at the store or the beefcake at the gym?
Is it from a reputable company?
Here’s 5 things you need to know or think about before buying and ingesting protein powder
1. 20g of protein per serving is enough, any more than that will be converted to triglycerides and stored as fat
2. there are only a few company’s that actually manufacture all protein powders sold in the US – they sale that powder to smaller companies like myself and we put on our label and call it whatever we want, here a few examples
3. When protein is manufactured in the USA our FDA requires it to be “pasteurized” or heated – the heating kills germs, bacteria and changes the molecular structure of the protein and it loses some of its benefit and absorption rate
4. GMO laws are less strict in the USA – most manufacturers want to make a profit so they go for the cheapest “protein source” GMO is big business and makes the most profit margins so most the proteins used are from cheap, genetically altered cows or animals
5. The only reason to even take extra protein is for the amino acids – the major source of amino acids from manufacturers is Keratin, the cheapest source they can find is from hair, nails, claws, and animal fur!!!
My point is next time you run out of protien powder and go back to the store to get more, the salesperson will probably show you something better than ever before!!
HAHA, HAHA, HAHA yeah right!!
It’s the same BS you bought last time but with a different colored label
Check yourself before you wreck yourself (your kidneys and liver will last longer)