Welcome back Maximuscle

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Over 20 years since it first emerged, Maximuscle, one of the UK’s earliest sport supplement brands, is returning to our shelves with a brand new range of products targeted at bodybuilders. With different types of protein available, each have different effects and give different results. So Maximuscle have utilised their scientifically-backed protein knowledge to focus on the three main styles of protein which are useful for bodybuilders.

Whey
This fast-acting form of protein is a by-product of cheese manufacture. There are two nutrients in milk, whey being one, which is the product that remains after milk has been curdled and strained. This is used in protein powder because it offers all 9 of the essential amino acids meaning when supplements such as Maximuscle’s whey protein concentrate are used post workout, it improves protein synthesis and helps with muscle growth.

Casein
Casein is the other nutrient in milk that is used for protein. Unlike whey protein, casein is a slower acting form of protein which can take around 3-4 hours to assist your body in reaching peak amino acid and protein synthesis levels. This is why it is best to take this style of protein before you sleep because it works best when your body is at rest, supporting your body with a protein surplus which aids muscle development.

Most people take supplements like Maximuscle’smicellar casein powder in addition to whey protein as casein has a lower peak than the one offered by whey.

Soy
Soy is most popular amongst vegans and vegetarians as it is the only vegetable protein that still offers all the essential amino acids. Because it is a plant-based protein source, it means people can still improve muscle growth without the consumption of any meat products.

Unlike whey and casein, soy protein can be taken regularly throughout the day with no specific timings.

A bodybuilder’s main aim is muscle growth and development so by combining both whey and casein protein, they are able to make the most out of protein synthesis. However for vegans and vegetarians, soy protein is a great alternative that helps muscle growth without the aid of any meat produce.

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Khalid Irfan is blogger by passion and digital marketer by profession, he is a health enthusiast too. He loves to share about Health and Fitness tips, Diet, Nutrition and Natural home made remedies for our day to day health problems.