Protein Is Vital In Penis Enlargement Just As In Bodybuilding

Protein’s amino acid are considered the building blocks of the human body. In fact, protein is one of the essential nutrients the body needs. Most bodybuilding supplements have proteins, which is why it is very common to hear bodybuilders take proteins to build muscles.

However, it’s not just muscles that need protein, but skin, hair, blood, bones and brain cells rely on proteins.

The body uses protein to build, maintain, and repair tissues that are damaged or tears due to physical stimulation such as with penis enlargement routines.

Protein is a macronutrient, a string of amino acids. In fact, protein is one of the three main macronutrients along with carbohydrates and fat.

It’s more plentiful in the body than any material with the exception of water. Good thing, though… because without protein we could not function properly.

If you’re doing penis enlargement through manual routines, or with a penis pump or penis extender device, or perhaps you use a combination of these, you need protein in order for the body to quickly heal the tears in tissues while doing the physical stimulation to the penis.

Protein Sources

The body does not store and make protein. In fact, it does not make all the amino acids it needs, yet it’s essential to supply our body with those missing amino acids through diet.

Fortunately, protein is plentiful in the food we eat regularly such as plants and meats.

Meats are a complete source of protein. They provide all the essential amino acids the body requires. Plant-based proteins, on the other hand, may not have all the essential amino acids enough supply the body’s daily requirements.

Among the best sources of protein include the following;

  1. Chicken and Turkey Breasts
  2. Fish like Salmon, Tuna, and Halibut (Wild is better)
  3. Cheese
  4. Lean Veal and Beef (Grass Fed)
  5. Pork Loin
  6. Tofu
  7. Beans
  8. Egg Whites
  9. Yogurt, Milk, and Soymilk
  10. Nuts and Seeds

There are also numerous vegetables that contain good amount proteins like broccoli, peas, kale, spinach, mushrooms, sprouts, asparagus, corn, artichokes, and among many others.

The key to eating a well-balanced meal is to a wide variety of fruits and vegetables along with meat and fish. Of course, you should not forget to consume a good amount of healthy fats like coconut oil and olive oil.

Nuts and fishes also contain healthy fats.

What you want to avoid is highly processed foods from fast food chains or pre-packaged foods that are jam packed with a high amount of preservatives that can be harmful in the long run.

In fact, if you eat these highly processed foods very often, you won’t be feeling good and at the same time increasing fat storage, which is mostly visible as belly fat that as been associated with numerous health risks.

Amount of Proteins Required Per Day

The standard formula for calculating the right amount of protein is “CURRENT WEIGHT(lbs)” x 0.38 (or 0.68 if you’re over 64 years old), and results of this is a number of proteins in grams you need on a daily basis.

For instance, a 40 years old person who weighs 150 pounds, daily protein requirement would be 150x.038=57 grams. If this person eats three meals a day, 57 grams of protein will be equally distributed through the three meals, which equals to approximately 20 grams of protein per meal.

This is just the standard calculation of protein requirement based on USDA’s DRI(Dietary Reference Intake).

However, there are those who require beyond what the standard calculation of protein due to certain goals like losing weight or building muscles, and here’s the explanation on a more tailored protein requirement per individual preference.

Health Benefits of Proteins

  • Keeps you feel satisfied and helps reduce cravings for carbohydrates.
  • Builds muscles and burn fat.
  • Essential for weight loss purposes.
  • Temporary boost in protein can suppress appetite avoiding overeating.
  • Speed-up recovery time after workouts

There you have it! You need protein, your body needs it to build, maintain and repair damage tissues.

However, consuming too much protein is also bad. Again, too much of a good thing is always bad, so make sure you consume a well-balanced meal with approximate or if you can pinpoint or measure make it exact amount of protein according to your requirement.

There was study conducted about high-protein diet is bad, but it seems the findings based on that study has some flaws.

Finally, if you’re unsure about your daily requirements and hesitant to take the results of your calculation, consult a nutritionist. This way, you can be guided accordingly and can ask more questions if your more concerns aside from getting the right amount.

Personally, I don’t eat well beyond my protein daily requirement, although sometimes it’s unavoidable. Based on my personal experience, and I don’t mean you follow if you’re not comfortable with it, if you’re physically active, consuming a higher amount of protein is fine. It may be different if you’re sedentary.

Supplement Your Dietary Protein with

These are among the most widely available supplementation for protein in powder and bars forms. These can be helpful for those who are doing a workout for muscle building purposes.

Otherwise, eating regularly on foods rich in proteins can provide enough supply of proteins daily.

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