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STATISTIC: Did you know? Since January 2015, Protein Powders have seen a growth of 113%.
FACT: Whey is a quick-digesting protein powder that should be consumed within an hour after your last set to jumpstart protein synthesis.
QUOTE: Personal trainer Lisa Lynn says; “Along with muscle repair and recovery, whey protein powder has the ability to do things like increase energy, help with depression, and benefit with hair and skin.
TOP TIP: Casein protein powder is slower-digesting so it’s a good option before heading to bed at night.
TOP TIP: Avoid casein protein powder if your goal is weight loss. It has sugar in it which messes up fat burning.
FUN FACT: You can get plenty of protein in your diet, but protein powder has other advantages: It’s convenient and generally lower in calories than an entire “higher protein” meal.
FACT: Did you know? Drinking a protein shake after every workout speeds muscle recovery and supplies your body with the amino acids needed for muscle growth.
FILL IN THE BLANKS: Two widely used proteins are ______ and ______? (Whey, casein)
QUESTION: What is the main difference between whey and casein protein powders? (Whey is absorbed more quickly by the body, casein is digested slowly)
TOP TIP: Take a mixture of the two common protein powders, whey and casein, to help sustain the release of amino acids into the blood for as long as possible.