Hypertrophy Nutrition

Why more protein means more muscle

Dr Jose Antonio is CEO and co-founder of the International Society Of Sports Nutrition and assistant professor of exercise and sports science at Nova Southeastern University in south Florida. When we talk about ‘high-protein’ diets the first thing we have to do is actually define what such a diet is. If you look at the existing scientific literature it can be very misleading because if someone’s daily intake of dietary protein is higher than the recommended daily amount, then it’s instantly classed as a ‘high-protein’ diet. In the US the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of protein is 56g. The UK’s…
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