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How to Use Whey Protein

Whey protein is a nutritious form of protein that has been isolated from milk whey and had its fat removed [1] It's usually sold in powder form and is easy to use When included as part of a healthy diet and fit lifestyle, whey protein can help you lose weight and build muscle

In a Hurry? Edit

Drinking a whey protein shake after your workout will give you more energy and to help prevent muscle breakdown For an extra protein boost, try blending whey protein with milk, ice cubes, and fruit to create a smoothie If you are trying to lose weight, drink a whey protein shake first thing in the morning to help you feel more full throughout the day For great recipe ideas and meal replacement tips, continue reading!

Steps Edit

Part One of Four:

Calculating Your Protein Requirements Edit

Part Two of Four:

Making a Protein Shake or Smoothie Edit

Part Three of Four:

Using Whey Protein to Build Muscle Edit

Part Four of Four:

Encouraging Weight Loss With Whey Protein Edit

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  • You can take whey protein every day if you are not getting enough protein in your regular diet alone However, keep in mind that there are many other options to add protein to your diet and whey is not the only supplement out there For those who are bodybuilders, whey protein should be consumed immediately following a workout for best results, however the amount should still fall in the recommended range of protein intake for your body weight and gender
  • Children can use whey protein, but it is not usually necessary If a child is being fed a balanced diet, then there is no need to supplement If you are considering giving whey protein to a child, check with the child's pediatrician first Children who may need to supplement their diet with whey powder include those with nutritional deficiencies, children who follow a vegetarian diet, those who don't eat well, and children who are extremely active
  • It's best to use protein after your heaviest workout, as that's when your body most demands itBest flavour to add to banana smoothies.
  • Make sure you're doing your workouts properly Don't try to look cool lifting heavier than you can handle, because you won't see any results Start with light weights, and hit the muscles hard, after a time, your muscles will require heavier weights, which means you will be able to lift heavier
  • Bloating is a common side effect of whey protein
  • About 7 ounces, maybe a little less I use a little more than a cup for two scoops: the directions say that's for a 12 ounce serving When I really exert myself, I use three scoops for 22 ounces
  • Take whey protein following your workout
  • Yes, you can You just need to workout in both cardiovascular and muscular activities like speed and circuit weight training
  • Yes provided you use the right proportions, but it's best to have it after your workout and take creatine before
  • Yes, though it is used to promote muscle growth If you're just trying to trim down, stick with a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables instead

Warnings Edit

Things You'll Need Edit

Related wikiHows Edit

Drink Milk With Whey Protein

Make Curds and Whey

Make Whey from Yogurt

Make Protein Bars

Combine Food to Make Complete Protein

Eat Less Protein

Increase Ferritin Levels

Make Homemade Whey Protein

Make Protein Powder Taste Good

Expert Review By:

This version of How to Use Whey Protein was reviewed by Minh Nguyen on April 29, 2016

How to Use Whey Protein

How to Use Whey Protein

Whey protein is a nutritious form of protein that has been isolated from milk whey and had its fat removed [1] It's usually sold in powder form and is easy to use When included as part of a healthy diet and fit lifestyle, whey protein can help you lose weight and build muscle

In a Hurry? Edit

Drinking a whey protein shake after your workout will give you more energy and to help prevent muscle breakdown For an extra protein boost, try blending whey protein with milk, ice cubes, and fruit to create a smoothie If you are trying to lose weight, drink a whey protein shake first thing in the morning to help you feel more full throughout the day For great recipe ideas and meal replacement tips, continue reading!

Steps Edit

Part One of Four:

Calculating Your Protein Requirements Edit

Part Two of Four:

Making a Protein Shake or Smoothie Edit

Part Three of Four:

Using Whey Protein to Build Muscle Edit

Part Four of Four:

Encouraging Weight Loss With Whey Protein Edit

You're helping people by reading wikiHow

wikiHow's mission is to help people learn, and we really hope this article helped you Now you are helping others, just by visiting wikiHow

Community Q&A

  • You can take whey protein every day if you are not getting enough protein in your regular diet alone However, keep in mind that there are many other options to add protein to your diet and whey is not the only supplement out there For those who are bodybuilders, whey protein should be consumed immediately following a workout for best results, however the amount should still fall in the recommended range of protein intake for your body weight and gender
  • Children can use whey protein, but it is not usually necessary If a child is being fed a balanced diet, then there is no need to supplement If you are considering giving whey protein to a child, check with the child's pediatrician first Children who may need to supplement their diet with whey powder include those with nutritional deficiencies, children who follow a vegetarian diet, those who don't eat well, and children who are extremely active
  • It's best to use protein after your heaviest workout, as that's when your body most demands it
  • Make sure you're doing your workouts properly Don't try to look cool lifting heavier than you can handle, because you won't see any results Start with light weights, and hit the muscles hard, after a time, your muscles will require heavier weights, which means you will be able to lift heavier
  • Bloating is a common side effect of whey protein
  • About 7 ounces, maybe a little less I use a little more than a cup for two scoops: the directions say that's for a 12 ounce serving When I really exert myself, I use three scoops for 22 ounces
  • Take whey protein following your workout
  • Yes, you can You just need to workout in both cardiovascular and muscular activities like speed and circuit weight training
  • Yes provided you use the right proportions, but it's best to have it after your workout and take creatine before
  • Yes, though it is used to promote muscle growth If you're just trying to trim down, stick with a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables instead

Warnings Edit

Things You'll Need Edit

Related wikiHows Edit

Drink Milk With Whey Protein

Make Curds and Whey

Make Whey from Yogurt

Make Protein Bars

Combine Food to Make Complete Protein

Eat Less Protein

Increase Ferritin Levels

Make Homemade Whey Protein

Make Protein Powder Taste Good

Expert Review By:

This version of How to Use Whey Protein was reviewed by Minh Nguyen on April 29, 2016