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Depending on your current body composition and your personal preferences, your protein is anywhere between 0.9 & 1.1g of protein per pound of body weight. If you would prefer a little more protein in your diet, you can do so by ticking the 'Extra Protein' box on the Check-In page when you go to submit a weekly check-in, but essentially, we look at a number of factors surrounding your body composition and dieting history in order to determine how much protein you should be eating on a daily basis.Read More
Protein is a combination of amino acids that aid in the structure, function, and regulation of tissues, cells, and organs. They play a lot of different roles in the body, mainly supporting muscle growth and recovery, working to repair damaged tissue, forming antibodies for your immune system, and making enzymes to help drive reactions in your body.
Higher protein intake is critical for exercisers and dieters to help build, repair, and preserve muscle, especially when trying to lose weight.
For someone trying to lean down, protein can be very beneficial for a few reasons. First, as mentioned, protein helps spare muscle mass. It’s also very thermogenic, meaning your body burns extra calories to process and digest it.
In addition, protein may help keep you full, inhibiting hunger better than the other macros.Read More
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