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CONSUMING WHEY PROTEIN
I am underweight, have gastrointestinal disorders like malabsorption and IBS, am lactose intolerant, and gluten sensitive (I have been properly diagnosed at Fortis hospital and don't have any disease), have started doing pushups and jogging for gaining muscles and fitness but I need to feed myself with enough protein which I am not getting currently as I have to avoid all wheat products and all milk products except for curd and yoghurt. So can I start consuming ISOLATE WHEY PROTEIN for gaining muscle? Should I be worried about any side effects?
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In my opinion u can get on to natural sources of protein like sprouted dal boiled rajma boiled lobia boiled Chorley and chane paneer soybean Nutrela if u are a vegetarian and if u can eat non veg u can go for fish that is having very good amount of protein egg white boiled chicken do not eat these with gravy roasted or boiled with salt is a good option....whey protein have a very bad impact on ur health at ur age.. kindly use natural source of protein.. take care
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Hello there Isolate whey in its purest form may contain as high as 90% protein....also it is gluten free. Also whey isloate is recommended for muscle recovery....but every individual is different so a particular health suppliment has its own merits n de-merits. What are your physical goals? Do you want to bulkup or fitness? Do get back with answers. Regards
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