Can protein in meat substitutes tilt the balance in favor of building muscle to the same degree as their genuine counterparts?
A new study provides insight into whether to go heavy with fewer reps or to go lighter for more training volume if the goal is muscle growth.
In combination with resistance training, the intake of supplemental peanut protein positively affects markers of muscle growth and strength.
While protein is the go-to nutrient for building strong muscles, new research suggests that nitrates in vegetables are important, too.
It’s long been thought that animal protein is superior for building bigger muscles, but new data shows a plant protein works just as well.
When it comes to protein and muscle, we don’t need to garnish chicken breast with meatballs to get enough protein to build lean body mass.
A study published in The Journal of Nutrition found that adults with the highest levels of vitamin C had more skeletal muscle growth.