Whey to Go
Fitness readers of this blog will already savvy about their protein intake and probably consume whey (apart from vegans).
So this article will more enlighten you about how whey can help HGH production rather than direct you to a knew supplement.
All About Whey Protein
Whey is a high protein dairy product that is left over from milk once it has been curdled and strained. It is the supplement of the fitness industry. In 2014 there were approximately 240 million metric tonnes of whey produced. By 2022 the global market of whey protein is projected to be $9 billion. It has become a staple part of weightlifters diet.As we know, muscle recovery requires lots of protein and lots of protein from meats is expensive. That said, the industry far too often overstates how much you need in order to increase consumption and demand. A good conservative level is about 2 grams per kilogram of bodyweight, with slightly more needed during a cut. Although it is viewed as supplement, really it is a whole food as it contains all the essential amino acids.
This is where whey proteins HGH boosting properties comes from.
Amino acids are the building blocks of HGH so any food with a high content of these amino acids will help the body elevate HGH.
The ideal source of amino acids will be from meat, fish, eggs, nuts and other sources, but whey can help for those tighter for cash or short on time.
This is the whey protein I use: