Are There Any Side Effects to Taking Whey Protein Supplements?


You are always hearing that you need to check with your doctor before you embark on any fitness regime. This is good advice and you should go for a complete check up and get your doctors take on what you are doing before you start your fitness program. One thing that you might forget though is what you will be eating. It's at least as important to talk about what you'll be eating as what you'll be doing. It's common knowledge that you need to eat a lot of protein when you are working out a lot and trying to get fit. You can get this protein in in many ways from natural food, meats and fish etc to protein powder supplements and liquid protein supplements as well as protein bars. With all of these choices and medical sounding claims its easy to get confused and one thing that you might be wondering is whether these protein supplements can cause any side effects. The short answer is no. Most of the supplements that you can get are simply food supplements and so not really different to eating large amounts of lean chicken breast - except much more convenient. There is always the possibility, however small though, that you may suffer some form of side effect and that is why you should always consult your doctor.

Allergies:

If the person is allergic to anything in the ingredients then taking a whey protein supplement could cause an allergic reaction. It is possible that some of the ingredients may have come into contact with peanut products. This will usually be shown as a warning on the packaging. Obviously, if you are allergic to peanuts and your whey protein supplement contains peanuts then you could suffer an allergic reaction so you should always check the packaging and avoid any protein powder that contains ingredients that you are allergic to. If you don't have any allergies, then you don't need to concern yourself about this.

Working Out:

It is important that you are working out hard if you expect to need a whey protein supplement. Basically, you will see no side affects from whey protein supplements when you are working out hard. In fact, there really is very little difference between using a whey protein supplement and eating normal food. Remember, you should get as much of your protein from normal food as you can, but it is very hard to get all of it that way and that's where protein supplements come in. Whey protein supplements help you to get the protein that you need, exactly when you need it.

The conclude, what you can take away from this is that side affects with a whey protein supplement are unlikely and not something that you should worry about unless you are already allergic to some foods. Make sure that you eat plenty of real foods, as many as you can. Work out hard, Eat well and use a good supplement and you'll power towards your goals. Just to be sure though, talk to your doctor to make sure that you don't suffer any side effects from your whey protein supplement because of unknown allergies.

 

 

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