I agree with the energy drink one. For every study that rubbishes the benefit of protein supplements there is 100 studies that proves them. Basic biology tells us that the muscles need increased protein in order to repair and maintain their mass and it's pretty widely acknowledged by athletes and nutritionalists that around 2g of protein per lb of body weight in 24 hours is optimum protein intake for someone wanting to increase muscle mass. Obviously this needs to be good quality, bio-available protein with consumption spread across the day.
well lets agree to disagree, in my opinion you can get all the protein from food naturally that's a fact, there is no need for the supplements, its a big scam, the same thing can be said about energy drinks, I watched a bbc documentary a few years ago and they held trials on so called energy drink and protein and the scientist holding the studies mentioned if you take to much protein , it will end up in your urine some there will be traces in your liver and kidneys, the study was over two years, also on energy drinks, there was hardly and benefit, they gave a high end athlete a 2% gain after two hours of extreme training, if your chasing small percentages you will get very minor gains, its a scam.
Trust me, you're wrong. I don't read "muscle mag". My research consists of holding a degree in sports science, various qualifications in sports nutrition and also many years ago training with Stuart Garrington, who 2 years ago was NABBA Mr World. Where on earth do you get the figure of 0.8g of protein from? The government recommendation is 40g, and that's not for someone who trains.
Your kidneys filter waste products from your blood while retaining what your body needs — including proteins. However, conditions allow proteins to pass through the filters of your kidneys, causing protein in urine. Conditions that can cause a temporary rise in the levels of protein in urine fools
anything more than that and it come out of your urine, btw its not google although I have looked into it I have read research on it and decided to try it, anyway knock yourself out. believe what you want