Common sense is that if you want to lose weight or burn fat, you’re going to have to also eat less. But does that apply to EVERYTHING you eat? Well, it looks like the concept of “eating less” doesn’t exactly apply to protein. Let’s find out the difference.
After all, the driving force for muscle growth we typically stress the importance of protein puts on weight in hopes that, much of the added weight results in muscle. common wisdom again is to eat more protein, in fact, some research suggests you should but, to further promote its importance, what a 2016 study helped shed additional light on this matter. in this 4-week
Study, 40 overweight and recreationally both groups had the same weight loss diet consisting of resistance, aerobic, and anaerobic training. one group was given a shake that pushed their the other group was given twice as much protein at 2.4. with such an extreme weight loss diet at 40% lost a solid amount of weight, but no significant in terms of lean body mass, the lower
Protein 1.2 grams or protein per kg of bodyweight is sufficient in preserving muscle. assuming some of the lean mass gained is muscle, muscle and lose weight simultaneously granted that we eat enough protein. as for the higher protein group, if they indeed amount of weight as the lower protein group, and indeed, that’s exactly what we see and exactly what we hoped for.
That indicates the importance of protein consumption another limitation is the overweight and untrained subjects used. untrained, overweight individuals can, for whether the results of this study apply to my hunch is no, given a trained individual’s on that note, having an effective exercise but ultimately, our question seems to be heading to a clearer answer. might not
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