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CAN YOU TAKE TOO MUCH PROTEIN AFTER A WORKOUT?

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Most bodybuilders used to think that the more protein you ate after a workout, the better it was. I can remember sucking down 3-4 cans of liquid protein shake after my daily exercise routine.
But new research suggests that not only does excess post-workout protein not really do you any extra good, it might actually be bad for you.
In the study “Myofibrillar muscle protein synthesis rates subsequent to a meal in response to increasing doses of whey protein at rest and after resistance exercise,” researchers looked at the effects of ingesting 0, 10, 20, or 40 grams of whey protein isolate immediately after a weight training workout.
It was found that when it comes to muscle building and muscle recovery, 20g of protein post-workout seems to be the sweet spot. And 40g simply results in increased ammonia production due to higher protein breakdown rates – and all this extra ammonia has to be cleaned up and filtered by your kidneys, putting undue stress on these precious organs.
Approximately 20g of protein can be had from a couple of large eggs, or a 6-8oz portion of beef, chicken or fish, or a couple of scoops of whey protein, or a handful of seeds and nuts combined with a bowl of an amino acid rich grain such as quinoa. So don't overdo it! More isn't always better.
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So obviously the stress on the kidneys etc wouldn't change, but i'd imagine with the introduction of AAS, HGH, Insulin etc that the typical lifter would surely warrant more than 20g of protein or even 40g for that matter.

I love keeping up with studies like the one you posted but its such a hit or miss considering the subjects of these trials are not "enhanced".
 

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