Grab your Protein container and take a look at the ingredients listed on the back. Unless it’s one of our JKP Protein Blends, chances are you’ll see an ingredient called Soy Lecithin.
We all love ourselves a juicy steak, and at John’s Killer Protein™ we couldn’t agree more! But, while it’s true that you can eat your recommended daily Protein amounts without ever drinking a Whey Protein Shake
No. If you are a healthy adult, consuming an adequate amount of Protein will not harm your kidneys. However, anyone who is currently suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease should avoid high-Protein diets, as suggested in a study published in the American Journal of Kidney Disease.
For a while, a study was often referenced that showed a correlation between people who ate a high level of Protein (more than 0.8 grams for 1 kg of body weight) and a loss of calcium.
No. Research has repeatedly shown that cooking Protein does not diminish its nutritional values or cause it to be denatured in any way.
Yes, but only if combined with regular strength training and exercise. Eating Protein alone will not give you the muscle growth you are looking for.
Maybe. You see, genetics, lifestyle and body composition all dramatically affect the rate of Protein Metabolism and your body’s ability to absorb the Protein’s Amino Acids.
Not necessarily. Protein is made up of Amino Acids that are broken down and absorbed by our body through digestion. These Amino Acids enter our blood stream and circulate throughout our body repairing and growing torn muscle fibers and tissue cells as needed.