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  High Protein Diet  
 
 
A high protein diet is vital for lean muscle growth, and supplementing with For Goodness Shakes Protein shakes is a tasty and convenient method for helping you consume enough protein. If you’re goal is to build lean muscle with definition you should supply your muscles with regular servings of protein (every 2-3 hours) to ensure amino acids continually support muscle growth and repair by promoting protein synthesis [1]. Ingesting protein regularly will also ensure that you’re in positive nitrogen balance, vital for building muscle. Positive nitrogen balance means your protein input is greater than your protein output. It can of course be a struggle to consume 25-30g protein every 2-3 hours, which is why we’ve developed this unique tasty, nutritious and convenient protein shake that will deliver 25g of protein every time.  
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Following exercise your body is in an anabolic state and it’s important to fuel with protein containing amino acids for recovery and to rebuild muscle cells stronger. For Goodness Shakes Protein is a milk based protein with naturally derived whey and casein protein. Protein blends have been shown to be superior to single protein supplements since benefiting from different amino acids profiles different absorption rates – whey being fast and casein being slow [2]. Branched chain amino acids (BCAA) are the three most vital muscle building aminos (Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine), of which For Goodness Shakes Protein has in abundance – a large 5g serving. Also rich in L-Glutamine providing 5g per serving to assist muscle glycogen resynthesis and to bolster the immune system, and contains 11g all 9 of the essential amino acids (EAA) that you’re body cannot otherwise produce.
 
 
  [1] Phillips, S. M. & Van Loon L. J. (2011). Dietary protein for athletes: from requirements to optimum adaptation. Journal of Sports Sciences. 29; S29-38.
[2] Gregory, L. P. (2009). The rationale for consuming protein blends in sports nutrition. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. 28; 4645-4725.
   
 
 

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