Setauket, NY (PRWEB) March 20, 2013
On March 20, 2013, Muscular Development Magazine representative Brian Turner releases a statement regarding how proteins like whey protein can help you maintain muscle mass when losing weight.
According to Call & Post, some people believe that only those thinking about bodybuilding should be concerned with increasing their protein intake. Sufficient protein intake is as important to have for weight loss as it is for muscle building. The amount of quality protein in your diet is the single most important calorie that influences your metabolic rate, favorably influencing weight loss.
Call & Post owner and writer Miesha Wilson reports, “Whey is by far the most popular protein choice, perhaps because whey protein contains large amounts of branched-chain amino acids as well as the full spectrum of amino acids (which is all the muscle building blocks you need to build muscle). Compared to the other proteins on the market, whey is one of the fastest digesting proteins.” Wilson goes on to mention she uses whey protein, but also gets protein from other sources such as eggs, chicken and tuna.
Brian Turner, representative for the Muscular Development Magazine, commented on the importance of whey protein when trying to lose weight. “A lot of people believe that taking in higher protein amounts only helps with building muscle. While in actuality that’s true, the more muscle mass you have, the more your metabolism will work to burn fat.”
Turner adds that protein supplements will help boost additional protein intake but a proper diet containing protein will help improve overall health. Turner recommends seeking professional medical guidance before taking any supplements.
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