Taking Protein Powder but not training.
Found 19th Apr
Hello, so I’ve been thinking of consuming protein powder due to the nature of how much grams it contains however I don’t train at home or gym in fact at all. The reason I’m thinking about this is the fact that my Skin is quite bad. I may be exaggerating but not by much. So I’ve talked with some friends and they tell me their diets consist of a lot of seafood. However all types of fish especially fresh cost a fortune (only a student). They told me to eat Tuna, eggs, beans and make a lentil curry for a cheaper alternate. I’ve tried these and felt my skin glowing and the dryness just faded as-well as it being soft. I never knew consuming protein on a daily basis would reap such benefits especially as I’ve been to a bucket load of doctors and tried various other methods. My problem is that a can of Tuna a day is my main protein source with each can containing 20g protein. However, I can’t think of many ways to consume it and it’s not exactly tasty. I’ve heard that protein powders contain a lot of well...protein and you can Chug a jug instantly although they usually taste god awful to. My question is...Is it bad to consume supplements/powders etc if I’m not training?