January 22

Avoid the Whey Protein Bloat

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Avoid the Whey Protein Bloat

If you’re involved in the fitness world, you are probably familiar with the benefits of using whey protein in a post-workout protein shake. The speed of absorption, high bio-availability, and large amount of branched-chain amino acids make whey ideal for muscle recovery. There’s a reason whey protein powder has been the gold standard for many years.

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However, whey isn’t suitable for everyone’s digestive system. This issue is rarely discussed. Milk proteins tend to be more allergenic, so it is not uncommon for people to have allergic reactions to whey and casein. Continue reading on BreakingMuscle.com…

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I'm a personal trainer by trade, working in the Midtown West area of NYC. I like to help people get big, lean, strong, and most importantly feeling good! Traveler. Gearhead. Human guinea pig.

Javier Garza

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