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     Fitness Tips For 2/7/2007
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What Is Whey Protein?
By Zach Bashore

Whey protein is a popular supplement used those involved in 
bodybuilding and fitness to add to their already high protein 
diets. Everyone needs protein and whey is the perfect protein 
because of its convenience and easy to use drinkability. This 
article will explain what whey protein is and why it's the top 
selling sports nutrition product on the market today. You will 
also learn the common amino acids found in whey, best times 
to consume it, and learn how much whey you need in your daily 
diet.

During the process of converting milk into cheese, whey protein 
is separated out. Whey is the highest quality and best source 
of protein available to the public. It plays a role as an 
antioxidant and helps support a healthy immune system. Studies 
have shown that whey protein contains the perfect combination of 
amino acids needed for optimal performance in the body. Consistent
supplementation of whey with a good exercise program will yield 
the results that you are looking for.

The amino acids commonly found in most whey powders can be 
classified in three different categories:
1) Essential Amino Acids
2) Non-essential Amino Acids
3) Conditionally Essential Amino Acids
The essential ones used in most powders are valine, 
threonine, isoleucine, leucine, and lysine. Non-essential amino 
acids include aspartic acid, serine, and alanine, while 
conditionally essential aminos are proline and glutamine. Most 
whey protein powders also include a decent amount of calcium and 
potassium, so its no wonder whey protein is the highest selling 
sports nutrition supplement on the market today.

Most athletes consume around thirty grams of whey protein daily, 
while some bodybuilders even take amounts higher than two-hundred 
grams. The best time to consume whey protein is directly after a 
workout. 

Assuming you eat six or more meals a day, you can get away 
with having whey at three different times daily. Just make sure 
that the rest of your meals come from other protein sources such
as egg whites, chicken and tuna. A diet when you're only having 
whey protein will not only taste bland, but you will feel 
hungrier throughout the day because of whey's instant 
digestibility. Not what you want when trying to lose fat. 

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