?When it comes to protein powder, there’s no such thing as cheap and cheerful. According to Baptie, if your shake contains a concentrate powder with a suspiciously low price and a long shelf life then you’re forking out for something packed with fat and carbs.
Isolate protein. It’s a touch more expensive, but when it comes to powder you get what you pay for. “Due to its long refinement processing, isolate will give you a higher quality protein without the unnecessary additives. Not sure your current shake packs the right punch? Check one scoop of your powder contains at least 20-25 grams of protein. Drop below that and you’ll soon notice the lack of results.
?Cheap protein shake powder not only comes with an extra dose of carbs and fats, but also strips away the amino acids vital for muscle growth. Not only will you struggle to add size, you’ll recover more slowly too. That means sore muscles putting the brakes on your performance.
Keep your eyes peeled for two things: BCAAs and leucine. A quality powder will be jammed with BCAAs (branched-chain amino acids) crucial for growth. And leucine? It’s is the key acid that stimulates muscle protein synthesis and growth. You need 3 grams of leucine to start this process. Always read the label. Don’t think your shake is up to the job? Check out our shop at everybodys gym
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