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What do protein shakes actually do.. do they contribute to weight loss if you are training 2-3 hours a day?

How do they work.. do they help or enhance weight loss? Also, how should you eat if you decide to start using protein shakes?

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5 Responses to “What do protein shakes actually do.. do they contribute to weight loss if you are training 2-3 hours a day?”

  1. IT'll GETCHA DRUNK!!! said:

    Muscles need protein to repair and grow. Shakes are a convienent way to get them what they need.

  2. Nico said:

    Protein shakes are not for weightloss, unless you substitute them calorie for calorie and gram for gram of sugar from other foods. They’re designed for an increased intake of protein in order to facilitate muscle growth — and often times they’re very high in sugar.

    Unless you keep careful track of your daily intake of calories and sugar and you know where you can afford to substitute the shake in, skip the protein shakes for weight loss and go with lean meats like chicken breast and turkey to get your protein instead.

  3. Cocoa Dusted Love said:

    Nothing, no food or drink product on earth, will miraculously make you lose weight. You lose weight by eating less and exercising more. If you want to gain muscle, increase your protein intake, for example with shakes. But drinking shakes will not make you thin. Eating less or substituting a meal with a low calorie shake will.

  4. D C said:

    Protein shakes do not really help people to lose weight, unless they are used to replace meals. Protein will keep your glucose levels more stable then say sugar or carbohydrates, which in turn can keep you from over eating.

  5. Mike T said:

    They don’t help you lose weight at all. All they do is add protein to your diet. Protein is a building block for muscle so it is used to help develop mass when training with heavy weights.




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