Fitness enthusiasts, bodybuilders and athletes all can’t live without protein powder, but normally people don’t add it to their diet. The reason could be its cost, or wrongly believing that it is only meant for people who want to build muscles. In reality, protein powder can be used by anyone, and it can be added to juices too.
Among all muscle building food we talk about, protein is the most popular for good reasons. Your muscle cells need protein to build, maintain and repair them. So you’ll need it during your weightlifting sessions. In this article you’ll come to know about three aspects of protein in muscle building.
Who says that ricotta cheese is as common as the ones you see around? There are many different kinds of cheeses available around but rest assured you can have as many nutrients, vitamins, and minerals from consuming Ricotta.
Everyone knows that fish is excellent sources of protein that are low in fat, and contains amino acids and minerals (iron, zinc, & calcium) that are vital to the body. You’ve probably already heard about high mercury levels in some types of fish, and even PCB’s in some fish too. However, this post goes beyond just mercury and PCBs and shows how your fish that you buy can be tainted with some pretty scary stuff!
“Stay away from egg yolks…they are loaded with nasty cholesterol and fat.” This statement is not new to many. But do you really think egg yolk is bad for you? To set you straight, egg yolk is healthy and full of nutrients. By throwing the yolk, you do not enjoy the most antioxidant-rich egg portion.