Normal food vs chemist supplements
Just wondering if you want to get good shape eating properly is very important. So do you eat normal food of do you suplement your diet with all sorts body building shakes etc?
I suspect there must be a a wagon load of chemicals inside, what is long term side effects of using this?
Well, some can cause diarrhea, others can cause mess up the body's hormones, but a lot don't have any side effects, personally, I think you can get everything you need from a healthy well balanced diet, supplements are a huge money drainer. again, I suppose it depends what you'd want them for, It's common use in bodybuilding, but I think for most fitness it isn't really helpful (especially on your wallet!)
Supplements are not needed perce. The most important thing is to eat the right way. Suplements are an addition to this. It gives you a way to increase your proteine/carbs/overal kcal intake. Never replace real meals for suplements but use them as additions.
im a vegetarian..went throw a lose of apatite for 6 monthes & after a sudden injury on my r.shoulder, the physical therapist told me that my right shoulders muscles has diminshed(kind of lessened) so i needed protein intake with my workouts..i hate chicken..cant eat meat more than once a week & i cant just eat nuts every day..so im using whey protein(not every day) but with water post workouts or add it to shakes ..i feel better now..kind of regained my shoulder strength..
Does the whey protein has a long term side effects? or is it (as i was told) safe?!!
Can you eat fish or insects? They're the best sources of protein (i probably look stupid but I don't know on what grounds you are a vegetarian)
not a big fan of sea food..but im trying them my way.. like the canned tuna in water..but ..i dont think so
Eating insects is not as weird as it may sound. Most of the world already eats insects, with a population out of control, in the near future its likely to replace cattle due to the huge population demand. Google it, its a lot healthier than most meat sources.