God said the other day: O for you people of IsramErika have been rebellious and have succumbed into worshipping your false Gods, that you have now gone FAT as a nation! Now I will send the other nations to massacre you like pigs you are and steal all of your fake currencies so that you may come to me again!
I was like: O really God! C’mon, you’re so “Old Testament” you know, give em’ a break, who would pray to you if they’re all dead?
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So I prayed hard and begged him to reverse his decision. And because of that he just decided to send his only begotten son (the second actually), to improve everyone’s physical fitness and raise everyone’s “gym-awareness” and lift us all from obesity, it’s this guy:
LMAO when I found that picture the other day! It would be nice if someone had powers like that don’t you think? I mean, turning stuff into wine is. . . yeah nice, with all that resveratrol and stuff.. but hey! All of these fat people today need protein shakes more than they need to get drunk, don’t you think? Well I’m glad that the second coming has thought of that!Follow @AboutLifting
Think about this: Protein has been shown to help weight loss by boosting metabolism (calories out) and reducing appetite (calories in). Whey protein can help increase fat loss, while preserving lean muscle mass.
And we all know that the more lean-muscle mass you have, the more calories you spend on just maintaining those, thus you lose more fat! It’s like the principle that the rich will get only get richer don’t you think?
Anyways there is no denying that whey protein shakes are great and in fact it is as beneficial to even just a casual athlete (not just bodybuilders and weight lifters):
So when might you want to use them? There are a few reasons why an ordinary athlete might want more protein in their diet, says Barbara Lewin, RD, LD, a dietitian and sports nutritionist who has worked with NFL, NBA, and NHL athletes and trained Ironman competitors:
When you’re growing. A teenager needs more protein to fuel his workouts because his body is still growing and uses more protein in general.
When you’re starting a program. If working out is new to you and you’re trying to build muscle, you’ll require more protein than you normally would.
When you’re amping up your workouts. If you normally work out for half an hour a few times a week, but now you’ve decide to train for a half-marathon, your body will need more protein.
When you’re recovering from an injury. Athletes with sports injuries frequently need more protein to help them heal.
If you’re going vegan. People who pursue a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle eliminate a number of common protein sources from their diet, including meat, chicken, and fish, and sometimes dairy and eggs as well.
Whey protein is really good especially if you are one of 90% of the population who cannot manage to eat like a caveman and get all their protein requirements from meat and whole foods.
And that’s from WebMD
Anyways we have a lot of articles over here about whey protein and our most popular so far is “When to drink whey protein”. Enjoy and please share this article using those social media buttons below if you liked the picture! Eat your eggs. . . . . . . . and. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . drink your whey, people!