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www.webmd.com/vitamins-and-supplements/features/protein-powder

Dec 14, 2016 ... If you go to a gym, you've probably heard the guys by the weight machines talking about the protein shakes they drink after a workout and what kind of shake they prefer. Protein powders -- made into a shake or consumed however you like -- are getting more and more popular as a nutritional supplement.

www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/2017/05/02/is-protein-powder-safe-what-every-athlete-should-know.html

May 2, 2017 ... What are the benefits of protein powder? Here's how protein powders could help weight loss and toning: Protein powders contain, well, protein. And everyone needs protein. How much depends on things like your gender, age, activity level and health. Someone who is regularly exercising, whether it's an ...

www.myprotein.com/thezone/supplements/protein-shakes-are-good-bad-for-you-myths-debunked

Jun 14, 2016 ... Here we aim to breakdown some of these myths and help you answer the question- are protein shakes good for me, or bad for me? ... This provides a standardised level of quality and safety which ensures that throughout production the products sold can not come into contact with substances which are not ...

www.mindbodygreen.com/0-11371/why-you-really-shouldnt-use-protein-powders.html

Oct 4, 2013 ... People love their protein powders, and they'll defend the benefits of these supplements until they're blue in the face. I get it, because I've been there. Years ago I drank a banana, blueberry and a whey protein powder blend smoothie every day. I thought I was being really healthy, because after all, the ...

healthyeating.sfgate.com/health-risks-protein-shakes-6122.html

Protein shakes can offer valuable nutrients and, in certain circumstances, support weight loss, but they could also pose health risks of which many consumers are unaware. Keep in mind that not all ...

www.telegraph.co.uk/health-fitness/body/protein-shakes-good

Jun 14, 2017 ... Protein shakes are in the news again – and as often seems to be the case, it's not for a positive reason.

www.livestrong.com/article/543282-does-protein-powder-do-anything-bad-to-your-body

Protein powder is a dietary supplement for people who are trying to gain muscle through strength-training programs, and it can also be used in weight-loss shakes. Protein is a crucial part of everyone's diet, and athletic people may even need a little more protein than sedentary people, but using protein in its supplemental ...

darwinian-medicine.com/10-reasons-why-you-shouldnt-use-whey-protein-supplements

Nov 9, 2015 ... Thirdly, a lot of protein powders contain metals and other ingredients that lack safety data, some of which may be associated with the development of acneiform lesions. Fourthly, milk derivatives, particularly those with a high milk serum protein content, induce a marked increase in insulin-like growth factor 1 ...

nutritionstudies.org/no-whey-man-ill-pass-on-protein-powder

Nov 7, 2014 ... For the past fifteen years, I have been closely involved with the bodybuilding industry. I have an intimate understanding of how the industry operates. In a nutshell, it is sustained by the supplement companies that sponsor the athletes who represent them. This in turn inspires fans who admire the athletes to ...