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Whey - there is no other way

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Whey - there is no other way

Post by hSingh on Fri Mar 19, 2010 4:48 pm

Researchers around the globe are starting to take notice of the effects of whey protein on health and athletic performance. Another protein supplementation study presented at the American College of Sports Medicine’s 50th annual meeting in San Francisco, California featured the performance enhancing benefits of whey.

Dr. Rob Child and co-workers from the United Kingdom examined the effects of whey protein and egg protein supplementation (40 grams/day for 70 days) in healthy young males. Supplementation with whey protein showed greater resistance to muscle fatigue and an enhanced antioxidant capacity compared to egg protein supplementation. The men supplementing with whey also showed lower plasma malondialdehyde (MDA) levels and increased red blood cell selenium levels, both results suggest enhanced antioxidant capacity. The reductions in oxidative damage, muscle fatigue and enhanced selenium status were exclusive to whey supplementation.

These findings demonstrate that all proteins are not the same in terms of what they contribute to health and athletic performance. Unlike other proteins, high quality whey enhances the body's antioxidant capacity and improves athletic performance.

Med Sci Sports Exerc 35(5): A1497, 2003.

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