Carbohydrates, protein and fats are the three major components of food, also known as macro-nutrients. Various foods provide us with different macro-nutrients. You may have heard the terms ‘Banting’ and ‘Paleo’ recently and a lot of emphasis on carbohydrates and fats that you do or do not need, but less talk about protein.
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Protein is essential for driving muscle growth and you need to get at least 1 gram per pound of body weight per day if not 1.5g per pound. That's because when lifting extremely heavy, protein is even more critical—for several reasons