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A study suggests that a decline in the biodiversity of fish can negatively affect the diets of those who get a protein from fish.
A study in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows that insect protein can be just as effective as milk protein for building muscle.
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.
Food scientists have devised a way to produce a flavorless protein powder from pig’s blood, a byproduct of pork meat production.
Evidence suggests that co-ingesting carbohydrate and protein after exercise may stimulate greater glycogen synthesis during exercise recovery.
British scientists discovered that vegan diets lower in protein and calcium affect bone strength, increasing the risk of fracture anywhere in the body.
Researchers found that consuming 30 grams of protein is sufficient for fit men to maximize recovery and muscle growth after vigorous endurance exercise.
As reported in The Journal of Nutrition, the protein quality of chickpeas is increased when they are consumed with rice, as opposed to when consumed alone.
This type of fungal-derived protein could be the way we help build muscle sustainably in the near future, accordng to a recent study.
Researchers find we’re eating too much protein at the wrong times, and not enough at the right times.