3 Myths About High-Protein Diets Debunked | Jose Antonio, PhD

Diet myths: the more protein in the food, the better

We continue to destroy annoying myths! Your body deserves a respectful attitude, and your body deserves the right work on it. Therefore, remember that not every piece of advice that is found on the net is beneficial to you. Remember to approach everything wisely. That's why we help you sort out the myths you've probably already heard.

Diet myths: the more protein in the food, the better

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Myth - More protein

There is an opinion that the predominance of protein in food, that is, a violation of the protein-fat-carbohydrate system, leads to fat burning. And that's not true! Carbohydrates are the building blocks of muscle. Perhaps a protein diet will help you lose a few pounds, but half of that weight will come from muscle and water. Not fat as originally planned.

Diet myths: the more protein in the food, the better

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A what then?

Then the weight will return. And unfortunately, not with water and muscles, but with fat, from which we so diligently got rid of.

Diet myths: the more protein in the food, the better

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Never disrupt the protein-fat-carbohydrate system?

Protein imbalance is possible only in one case - this is drying. It should be applied sporadically and with a clear understanding of the reasons and goals. Otherwise, drying will cause a lot of trouble in the future.

All facts are borrowed from the book Proper nutrition for the training process from the author of the popular Internet project Crazy Drying Vasily Smolny.

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