Tag - incomplete proteins

soy protein

What is soy protein?

Few foods evoke greater emotion than soy. It elicits fears of decreased testosterone, less optimal strength, and feminization of masculine features. There's plenty of misinformation about soy. The truth is there are plenty of health and performance benefits to consuming soy protein with plenty of research to back it...

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protein powder

What is protein?

Protein Shakes, tuna and chicken are a bodybuilder's best friend, and as such, protein is often thought of as only a gym rat's food. Protein is an important and essential nutrient for everyone. It has several functions including (but not limited to): providing energy, building/repairing tissue and structural support (skin...

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What’s the difference between complete and incomplete proteins?

We needs protein to build new tissues and repair damaged ones. The body has the ability to make some proteins, but needs others from food. Without an adequate supply of the proteins that the body lacks the ability to make, growing and recovering from exercise becomes impossible. Proteins The body uses...

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Proteins

Your body needs protein to build and repair tissue. Though protein is thought of as a supplement that will only help male bodybuilders who are looking to gain some serious weight, eating the right kind can help people with very different fitness goals. The body needs protein to build and...

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