Sustained Assimilating Protein Benefits

Protein is one of the most widely used supplements in the fitness industry. It’s typically used before and after workouts and even throughout the day as meal replacements!

You’ve probably heard multiple things about protein like the best way to take it. Which protein should be used for getting swole and for leaning down. Well to make things easier, we are going to answer those questions today. We’re talking about the different types of sustained assimilating protein. The best ways to use this protein. Common fears people have on taking protein shakes. The benefits of taking this protein and even some things to be mindful of with taking a protein supplement!

When I first started working out in high school I knew that there was one supplement that was going to help me and make it look more official as everyone else was taking it. That supplement, you guessed it, protein!

So I went to the nearest store and had my mom pick me up a jug of the stuff just so I could mix it up after a workout to help me…well I really didn’t know what it was going to do, besides maybe help put on muscle. Or so I was told.

Since those days, I have done a lot more research and even tried a lot of different types and brands of protein.

What I didn’t know back then was there are more benefits to taking protein powder as a supplement then just putting on muscle, especially a slow assimilating one! Here are a few of them:

  • Helps you meet your protein intake levels without having to scarf down all the chicken or lentils in the world.
  • Taking before bed, can help release a steady flow of Amino Acids into your bloodstream to help aid in recovery.
  • Taking one as a snack in between meals will keep you fuller for longer and less likely to snack on all the snickers, kit-kats and the best thing ever salt and vinegar chips.
  • It helps you maintain muscle mass while in a caloric deficit.
  • Getting in the right amount can actually help you drop body fat.

Now if protein can help do all these things why don’t we take protein shakes like 4 times a day?

Well just like everything, we need a balance in our diets.

Slow assimilating proteins are just supplements! You still want your whole foods and to get the majority of your protein through your whole foods. 

Your whole foods will have more micronutrients, vitamins and minerals that a jug of protein won’t have.

But you would be very surprised to see how much protein you actually need. Upwards of one gram per pound of body weight.

So I would need to eat 210 grams of protein a day! That’s 7 large chicken breasts every single day!

So if you aren’t hitting proper protein levels, maybe start supplementing with a shake or two a day to help hit those levels.

Keep the protein high so your body can maintain your muscle mass and help you burn that body fat too!

Plus if you’re craving that bowl of ice cream, maybe tonight make the choice to make a delicious protein shake and save yourself from your own mental reprimanding later.

Since protein is the most satiating macronutrient, meaning it makes you feel the most full. Protein is the best thing you can take for weight loss. If you wanna drop fat.. EAT PROTEIN.

Think about it, a donut is just fat and carbs. The last macronutrient is protein. That’s the one we wanna fill up on.

Drink that protein before a workout to help give yourself the boost of energy you need at the gym.

Just remember the more you add to it, no matter how healthy the ingredients, the more calories you’re intaking too.

Find that balance and remember to make sure you’re keeping your protein levels high.

Whether you’re trying to slim down or put on more muscle.

A slow digesting protein shake could be the answer you’re looking for.

A protein shake never hurt anyone.

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