How To Build Muscles With Protein

Martin ElmerJan 01, 2010 | edited Sep 04, 2010 - by @MartinElmer2

If you are planning to improve your fitness or lose weight, a high protein diet is a must. And the two goals a closely related to each other. Because when you build your muscles you also build metabolism. And a high metabolism level help you burn fat; and their by lose weight.

You have to work out to build muscle mass. The way to get larger muscles is to stress them to the point of failure. You have reached this point when you are not able to do another repetition. Do not try to continue then, because you muscles may get injured.

When you exercising your muscles to their point of failure, you are telling the body that it can expect the same amount of stress in the future. This will make the body grow the muscles.

The repairing process starts immediately after you stop working out. And to prepare themselves for the new and higher stress level, they will not just grow to the previous state. The will grow even larger.

So to grow larger muscles, you have to break them down and build them up again. And to do that you have to feed your body. And the food for your body is protein.

Daily diet like poultry, fish and eggs are full of protein. So you have to figure out how much protein you need to build your muscles the most effective way.

A rule of thumb says that if you are working out intensely, you need to consume 1g of protein for every pound you weight. So if your weight is 150 pound you need 150g protein per day.

It can be difficult to find the right amount of protein. Too high protein consumption will result in more fat, and too little will mean that you are not getting the muscles, you wished for.

A high protein diet is the easiest way to make sure that you get enough proteins. To keep your weight you then have to cut down on fat and carbohydrate. If not you will get all three types of calories.

If it is difficult for you to get enough protein, you can supplement your food with protein supplements. Then you do also not have to worry about the calories there are in natural food.

A high protein diet plan does also have another side effect: it boost your immune system. And an improved immune system means a better general health.

Martin Elmer is the editor of Proteinpulver. Here you can also read about Weight gainer.

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Auto Content Cash Author Mar 10, 2010

Hey, I find taking a protein shake before a workout and then immediately after gets good results. I also have a shake at breakfast to make sure my muscles have protein available to them in the morning as well.
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edited Mar 10, 2010 - by @AutoContentCash28112
tea online Author Jul 16, 2010

Protein is great for muscle recovery

edited Jul 16, 2010 - by @teaonline29208
wilmington morning star Author Apr 30, 2010

I just want to know how does the mechansim of the body work to build muscle. I don't want to use any supplements but i want to know how does the body use the protein in food and how long after you had your meal will your body start to build muscle using it.

edited Apr 30, 2010 - by @wilmingtonmorningstar29312
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