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  1. Nelson Vergel

    Arsenic, Lead Found in Popular Protein Supplements

    "Overall, the products made from sources of plant protein such as soy or hemp fared worse than those made from whey (milk) or egg, containing on average twice as much lead and measurably higher amounts of other contaminants. Plant-based proteins may have higher contamination levels because the...
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    Protein Supplementation After Exercise

    [h=2]Effect of timing of protein and carbohydrate intake after resistance exercise on nitrogen balance in trained and untrained young men.[/b][h=3]Authors[/b]Mori H. [h=3]Journal[/b]J Physiol Anthropol. 2014 Aug 6;33(1):24. [Epub ahead of print] [h=3]Affiliation[/b] [h=3]Abstract[/b]BACKGROUND...
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    Whey Protein Can Improve the Immune System in People with HIV

    Whey protein supplementation has been found to be safe in HIV. However, a few people with milk protein intolerance may get diarrhea or bloating if they consume more than 40 grams per day. Many products are lactose free, so if you are lactose intolerant read the label. There are four types of...
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    Protein Supplementation- How much do we need if working out to gain muscle?

    The Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of protein according to U.S. government standards is 0.8 gram per kilogram (2.2 pounds) of ideal body weight for the adult. This translates into 0.36 grams per pound of body weight per day. But as you probably know, the RDA requirements have been designed...
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