Dangers And Side Effects
Like everything that’s good for your body, it’s always wise to have a healthy, balanced diet. Anything that is consumed in excess, yes even the good things as well, can have adverse side affects on your body, as well as its development. Many people are under the impression that if you drink more protein water that you will build more muscle, but that is not the case.
Our bodies, dependent on several varying factors can only consume a set amount of protein at a time. Therefore, if you consume more than your body can physically process, it does nothing but give you somewhat unpleasant side affects. Taking the above information into consideration, it is pertinent to check with your local physician or health care provider to know the exact limit (give or take a gram) of protein that your body needs.
Taking the time to go to the doctors to speak to them about your exercise plans, and your choice to use Protein water as a protein supplement will ensure that the adverse side affects (listed below) are avoided; which allows you to enjoy your exercise as opposed to seeing it as a somewhat less than pleasant endeavor. Below, I have a list of a few side affects that you might have when using Protein water to give you a kick start on your exercise regimen:
Like I said, anything in excess, particularly Protein water can sometimes leave you bloated and feeling a bit off. A good way to prevent bloating is to be sure that you have a balanced, nutritional diet, with lots of water and so forth. Also, be sure that you are consuming no more protein than what is expected. Just like bigger isn’t always better, more of one will could do more damage than it would ever do your body good.
Being that Protein water has a lot of milk in it, as well as a few other protein complexes, a lot of which, from an enzyme standpoint are considered “binding agents” this can cause a bit of constipation if excessively consumed. Therefore, it is wise to add fresh fruit to your protein water recipe as well as keeping a balanced diet of fruit and vegetables for your meals, drink the expected amount of water per day, and always be sure that you consume no more than the required amount of protein for your body.
If the first two issues above are occurring, chances are that the overall affect of the two will be an upset stomach. Although an upset stomach might seem like a worthy sacrifice to make, it can be easily avoided if you listen to your body, and visit your local healthcare provider to ensure that you consume the amount of protein water your body needs to build muscle.
Each body is different, as we are all different shapes and sizes, therefore no one set method or amount of protein water will work for everyone. That is why such action is advised prior to taking any protein supplement, and or starting any new work out regimen. Of, course, the best option is to always consult a doctor before adding protein water to your diet plan.