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HOW MUCH PROTEIN DO YOU REALLY NEED? . - Lets break it down… . - First, what is protein? . - You can find protein in many different food sources. Chicken, fish, beans, yogurt, milk, all contain protein. Even a vast number of mainly carb sources like rice or bread contain some protein. . - Protein is made up of a sequence of amino acids. And each type of protein is different depending on its unique sequence. . - Whey, casein, collagen, myosin, legumins, are all different forms of protein. . - And what are amino acids? . - Amino acids are the building blocks of protein, I’m sure you’ve heard this before. But what does it mean? . - A large portion of our cells, muscle and tissue is made up of these amino acids, and its what gives them their structure. Which is why it is considered the “building blocks” of protein. . - Protein has many functions in our body and plays a crucial role in almost every biological process, making it an essential component of our diet. . - In other words… You need protein! But the question is, how much? . - A study by Helms et all in 2013 concluded that the adequate protein requirements for lean, resistance trained athletes in hypocaloric conditions is between 2.3 - 3.1 g/kg FFM. . - Chuchward-Venne in 2013 concluded that the adequate intake for resistance trainees in hypocaloric conditions is between 1.2 - 2.3 g/kg . - Phillips & Van Loon in 2011 concluded that athletes in hypo caloric conditions need 1.8 - 2.7 g/kg . - Wilson & Wilson in 2006 concluded that strength training athletes should consume between 1.2 - 2.2 g/kg. . - So as you can see, theres a trend. The average intake for trained individuals based on these studies suggests that around 2g/kg is the optimal intake. Or roughly 1g/lb in imperial system values. . - macrofitness.net

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