Organic Protein Powder For Health And Vitality

Publié par hamza lion lundi 6 avril 2015

By Iva Cannon


People need good, digestible protein in sufficient amounts every day. This nutrient is important for proper development, growth, and tissue repair and replacement. It also makes people feel less hungry and maintain energy throughout the day. Since it's not all that easy to get an adequate and high-quality supply of proteins, using an organic protein powder supplement is a good idea.

Getting 40 grams a day is hard for many people, even those who watch their diet carefully. Those who don't eat meat often have trouble getting an adequate amount. People who are allergic to dairy products are unable to profit from that rich source. Animal foods are 'complete', in that they contain the basic amino acids which are the building blocks of all proteins. Vegetable sources seldom have all eight essential amino acids.

Research has shown that not all can thrive on every kind of protein-containing food. In addition, vegetarians and vegans may find that getting 40 grams daily takes more time and effort than they are willing to invest. Ailments like fibromyalgia can be aggravated by a lack of this vital nutrient.

Another problem that can complicate things is food sensitivities and allergies. If a person has an allergy to milk, they will either do without it or fail to digest it. Their bodies regard the milk as a toxin rather than a food. The Blood Type Diet is a book and a protocol that tells us which foods a person with a particular blood type will be sensitive to, or in other words be unlikely to process well. Allergies are more severe reactions to foods.

There is another prevalent reason why people fail to get the necessary proteins. They may simply be too busy. Grabbing carbohydrate and fat-laden fast foods or snacks, or skipping meals altogether, can mean a lack of many vital nutrients.

The health food industry has brought us proteins in powder form, often combined with vitamins, minerals, and enzymes to enhance digestion and utilization. The formulas may contain the food itself, like whey, in a usable form, but often they provide more concentrated nutrition. By isolating proteins found in food (separating them from accompanying carbohydrates or fats), the manufacturer can offer a protein-dense powder that delivers a high gram count, from 10 to 25 per serving. Mix the powder with water or juice and get the nutritional equivalent of a full meal in one drink.

Certain formulas will suit better than others. Men, for instance, might want to avoid soy-based formulas, since soy contains phytoestrogens. Vegans won't want whey but can use soy or pea proteins.

Choosing organic allows consumers to avoid ingredients that were grown with massive applications of chemicals. It also means that no ingredients will be genetically modified, a process which is far from natural and is of concern to many. The safety of genetic engineering has not yet been proved.




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Organic Protein Powder For Health And Vitality

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By Iva Cannon


People need good, digestible protein in sufficient amounts every day. This nutrient is important for proper development, growth, and tissue repair and replacement. It also makes people feel less hungry and maintain energy throughout the day. Since it's not all that easy to get an adequate and high-quality supply of proteins, using an organic protein powder supplement is a good idea.

Getting 40 grams a day is hard for many people, even those who watch their diet carefully. Those who don't eat meat often have trouble getting an adequate amount. People who are allergic to dairy products are unable to profit from that rich source. Animal foods are 'complete', in that they contain the basic amino acids which are the building blocks of all proteins. Vegetable sources seldom have all eight essential amino acids.

Research has shown that not all can thrive on every kind of protein-containing food. In addition, vegetarians and vegans may find that getting 40 grams daily takes more time and effort than they are willing to invest. Ailments like fibromyalgia can be aggravated by a lack of this vital nutrient.

Another problem that can complicate things is food sensitivities and allergies. If a person has an allergy to milk, they will either do without it or fail to digest it. Their bodies regard the milk as a toxin rather than a food. The Blood Type Diet is a book and a protocol that tells us which foods a person with a particular blood type will be sensitive to, or in other words be unlikely to process well. Allergies are more severe reactions to foods.

There is another prevalent reason why people fail to get the necessary proteins. They may simply be too busy. Grabbing carbohydrate and fat-laden fast foods or snacks, or skipping meals altogether, can mean a lack of many vital nutrients.

The health food industry has brought us proteins in powder form, often combined with vitamins, minerals, and enzymes to enhance digestion and utilization. The formulas may contain the food itself, like whey, in a usable form, but often they provide more concentrated nutrition. By isolating proteins found in food (separating them from accompanying carbohydrates or fats), the manufacturer can offer a protein-dense powder that delivers a high gram count, from 10 to 25 per serving. Mix the powder with water or juice and get the nutritional equivalent of a full meal in one drink.

Certain formulas will suit better than others. Men, for instance, might want to avoid soy-based formulas, since soy contains phytoestrogens. Vegans won't want whey but can use soy or pea proteins.

Choosing organic allows consumers to avoid ingredients that were grown with massive applications of chemicals. It also means that no ingredients will be genetically modified, a process which is far from natural and is of concern to many. The safety of genetic engineering has not yet been proved.




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