How do you select a protein with so many options out there? Protein is an essential macronutrient that is responsible for building muscle, transporting nutrients, and maintaining healthy immune function. It is said that a person wanting to build lean muscle should consume a minimum of 1 gram of protein per pound of ideal bodyweight. [...]
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Protein is a necessity for every human being but for those of us that workout and want to build muscle, protein is a huge part of our lives and getting that vital nutrient into our system is even easier with Isatori’s Liquid Morph. The monotonous routine of protein powder, water, ice and a blender that’s [...]
A Healthy Kitchen leads to Healthy Eating. With Spring just around the corner, we’re all on the hunt to get our bodies back in shape – and that can only mean one thing: time to stop the carbs and junk food and start eating right by stocking up your healthy kitchen. Let’s explore some easy, inexpensive foods [...]
It’s not the first time that dairy foods have been associated with health risks, but the attention is usually focused on the effects of milk’s naturally-occurring saturated fats and cholesterol, as well as drug and hormonal contamination. More recently, researchers have been looking at the possible long-term effects of milk protein consumption, and they do mean ‘long-term’, going so far as to suggest prenatal effects in expectant Mom’s who consume dairy. But for the millions of nutritionally-conscious consumers who consider dairy protein like whey an important part of their regimen – not to mention the brands that market such supplements – this just-published study raises more questions than answers. We’ll try to put it into perspective in today’ AllStarHealth blog.