Setauket, NY (PRWEB) March 29, 2013
On March 29, 2013, Muscular Development magazine representative Brian Turner comments on an article published by the Round Up Daily, which discusses the benefits and dangers of workout supplements.
According to Round Up Daily, there are certain workout supplements that can actually harm the body when used improperly or too often. Protein supplements, though they are popular for increasing muscle mass and helping to achieve workout goals, could also have negative health consequences.
Brian Turner, a spokesperson for Muscular Development magazine, says protein is essential for human well-being. “For working out, protein helps to build muscle with amino acids,” he says. “It’s the building block for bones, skin, blood cells and cartilage too. Your body needs protein. After working out, it’s recommended to consume protein because it will help maximize your muscle-building potential. This could be in the form of meat, eggs or a supplement like Gaspari Nutrition protein powder. Protein keeps you full without any unhealthy fats. For a bodybuilder, it helps amplify results and adds lean muscle.”
Turner says too much protein could negatively impact organs. “Kidney function could be impaired by high amounts of protein,” he says. “It has not been extensively studied, but some doctors believe diets rich in protein are unhealthy. Anything taken in excess can be unhealthy, and that’s why it’s important to vary your diet with fruits and vegetables. Superfoods, like spinach and soy, can supply your body with other vitamins necessary to keep your blood flowing as well. Too much of one thing usually yields poor results.”
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