Intensity chart to be followed for intake of Whey Protein Powder
Anything when consumed to a greater extent is poisonous. When you fill the one liter glass with say one and half liter of water it will surely take in only one liter of water and expel the half liters by throwing it out. Similar rule applies with our body, and hence when we eat or drink more in excess it is going to throw it out, and hence even while consuming whey protein powder you need to follow the intensity chart. Potent protein powder least expensive forms of Whey protein currently on the market is “Whey Protein Concentrate” from SIMPLY WHEY. Having a very high nutrition value it is among the best studied supplements and is a great source for good quality protein.
If you are planning to take protein powder then you may follow the following intensity chart:
Low Intensity: individual that has a sedentary lifestyle we mainly call them as inactive adults who include such Individuals that live an inactive lifestyle need only 0.8 grams of protein per kg of body weight. These are the ones who are not performing any physical activities.
Moderate Intensity: Individuals that are involved in endurance type activity, including cycling, triathlons, running distances, need 1.2 – 1.4 grams of protein per kg of body weight.
High Intensity: Individuals which needs bodybuilding, HITT training, weight training, and that are involved in resistance or strength training exercise, need around 1.7 – 1.8 grams of protein per kg of body weight.
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