Whey & Greens — digest
To make this easy yet informative, here are the major good & bad bullet points below.Whey Protein Concentrate- Lower protein quantity and quality- High in lactose- Cheaper- Harder digestion processWhey Protein Isolate- Highest protein & quality- Virtually zero lactose- Costs a little more- Highest bio-availability of every food protein in the worldI could go on and on but this is short and sweet!Informing you is what we love!Thank You!Questions, Concerns, and Love are Welcome!www.PureChoiceFarms.comTony Meives
Immune system strength is important to all of us. It protects not only us, but every person we regularly come in contact with.Often overlooked, is "micro dosing" varieties of immune supportive foods daily. Micro dosing is basically taking in small amounts of several different powerful foods, rather than focusing on only 1 or 2 main plants in one single bout.It's counter to the commonality of people only ingesting large amounts of vitamin C when they're not feeling well, which is not ideal.Your immune system is built when you're feeling well, so micro dosing a variety of 5-15 plants daily gives it...
The simple answer here is: 100%You digest 100% of the protein you eat, no matter the amount.What most people really mean when they ask this question is how much protein is optimal for health and recovery? The answer to that is within these guidelines:*Eat at least 20 grams of protein per meal*Eat 0.5-1.5 gram per pound of body weight*Eat complete sources of proteinI know that's quite the range, but it really does depend if the person is utilizing resistance training. If that's the case, I would go closer to at least the 1 gram per pound of body weight. If not,...