Muscle-building Nutrition guide

Protein requirements vary depending on physical or performance goals. Check out our selection of guides here on proteins and goals management.

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Dietary supplements are becoming more and more popular year after year. The enthusiasm they create come from the benefits they may provide in a more or less natural way. The world of sports is not spared by this enthusiasm, however, supplements should not be taken lightly.

Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. There are around 250 amino acids which fulfil different roles and only 20 of them form protein.

Entire proteins may undergo industrial processing in order to obtain their most beneficial fractions. The goal may be to achieve better assimilation, greater efficiency or simply to obtain isolated amino acids that are more useful than others. A number of terms may apply further to these processes: total proteins, protein isolates, protein concentrates, protein hydrolysates, peptides, pure amino acids, etc.

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In modern day diets, proteins are provided by: meat, fish and eggs, as well as cheese and other dairy products

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There are a large number of powdered protein sources, such as whey, casein, amino acids, and others. But why choose whey over casein? Why are there are several different types of whey? What is the difference between animal and vegetable protein? I am about to answer all your questions.

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période de sèche – perte de poids

There is a common goal for both fat-reduction periods and weight loss - to lose fat body mass, ie, body fat. But how can we lose body fat without losing muscle mass?

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The whey protein is the most widely used protein in body building regardless of the objective of the athlete. All the same, can this protein be used in other sports and not just in strength sports?

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Athletes need more proteins than people who remain sedentary. One of the role's that protein plays in tandem with muscles is muscle repair.

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All of the cells and tissues in an athlete's body contain proteins. They can be found in the muscles, the bones, the hair, the nails, the skin… They make up for around 20% of the total body mass. Proteins are used to construct and rebuild the body. Their key role is to allow the growth and replacement of tissues ;Their use for energy is however limited.

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Les protéines

Proteins are considered as the "bricks" of the body. They form the basis of all living cells. Protein is an essential nutrient for life.

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Creatine is a protein that is naturally present in your muscles and is involved in supplying energy. Creatine supplements, which are well known in certain sports, may have many possible benefits for the body and athletic performance, including increased muscle mass and optimised energy use and power. This article discusses frequently asked questions about creatine.

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