Protein Knowledge Base - protein basics

Why Take Protein After a Workout?

Look around the gym at people just finishing their workouts, and you'll likely notice they're all sipping on a protein...

What Does Protein Powder Look Like?

If you've never used a protein supplement before, you may not know what to expect when you open your first...

How Much Protein is Too Much?

On one hand, you hear the power of protein touted by everyone from your favorite fitness blogger to your personal...

How Does Protein Help Women?

If you're not a serious athlete or bodybuilder, you probably think you don't need to worry very much about your...

How Does Protein Powder Work?

Protein and all nine essential amino acids in one convenient, tasty package; does protein powder seem too good to be...

How Does Protein Quality Matter?

There are few things as satisfying as a good bargain. Still, there are times when quality absolutely matters, and choosing...

Why Do Women Need Protein?

The benefits of a high-protein diet are touted everywhere, but how and why do these diets work? To understand why...

Why Does Protein Build Muscle?

You've seen the massive bodybuilders at the gym, sipping on protein shakes to aid in muscle recovery. Protein supplements aren't...

How Does Protein Help to Lose Weight?

If you're like most people, you associate protein supplements with bulky muscle tissue and serious lifting. It may come as...

What Does Protein Do?

You've seen the benefits of increasing protein intake touted all over the Internet, the gym and the social media feeds...

When Should I Take Protein?

You want to get the greatest possible benefit from your supplements. Boosting the benefits of a high-quality, nutritionally complete whey...

How to Make a Protein Smoothie

Sometimes, you need a quick shake on the way out the door to hit the gym, or to curb hunger...

What is in a Scoop of Protein Powder?

What is a Scoop? All protein products contain a serving size that varies slightly from brand to brand. They all include...

What is Whey Protein?

Low in lactose and containing all nine of the essential amino acids, whey protein is considered a "complete protein" by...

How Much protein Does a Woman Need?

Active women that are looking to build muscle and lose fat should consume 0.8 grams of protein per pound of...

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