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Fast proteins can be very useful after a hard workout and your body quickly needs amino acids to help muscles recover. Whey protein is an example of such a protein. This is quickly converted into amino acids in the body and ensures a rapid amino acid peak. Read more...

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M Double You - 100% Whey Protein
100% Whey ProteinM Double You
29,90
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First Class Nutrition - 100% Whey sensation
100% Whey sensationFirst Class Nutrition
32,90
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M Double You - Whey Isolate
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First Class Nutrition - Clear Whey Mix Box
Clear Whey Mix BoxFirst Class Nutrition
49,25 30,00
Scitec Nutrition - 100% Whey Protein Professional
100% Whey Protein ProfessionalScitec Nutrition
29,90 27,80
Scitec Nutrition - 100% Whey Isolate
100% Whey IsolateScitec Nutrition
31,90 29,65
Nutrend - 100% Whey Protein
100% Whey ProteinNutrend
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Nutrend - Whey Core
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Applied Nutrition - Clear Whey
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Fast proteins can be very useful after a hard workout and your body quickly needs amino acids to help muscles recover. Whey protein is an example of such a protein. This is quickly converted into amino acids in the body and ensures a rapid amino acid peak.

When to take fast proteins?

Now you may ask yourself when do you take fast or slow proteins ? For example, you take fast proteins in the morning with /as breakfast. After sleeping, where you naturally don't eat anything, your body needs proteins to repair and build muscles. Before or after a heavy workout it is also a very good time to take a whey protein shake or ready-made amino acids. This way you have enough amino acids to repair the small cracks that occur after a heavy workout.

How long does your body benefit from fast proteins?

The digestion of fast proteins takes about 1 to 2 hours. There is actually a peak of amino acids very quickly. Through digestion, protein splits into 20 amino acids, which the body uses for all kinds of processes including muscle building, muscle recovery and muscle maintenance.

How much protein do you need per day?

Adults need about 0.8 to 1 gram per kilo per day. So this means that a man of about 80 pounds can take up to 64 to 80 grams of protein per day. However, if you are a fanatical athlete, the need is already a lot higher. Then count on 1.2 to 1.8 grams per kilo per day. The same man weighing 80 kilos then suddenly needs between 96 and 144 grams per day. Of course, there are already proteins in a healthy balanced diet, but extra proteins are not an unnecessary luxury for people who exercise. People who are ill or recovering from illness also benefit from extra protein intake. Comparable to athletes.

Read all about slow proteins and when to take them here .


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