Vi startar veckan med armar. Träningen är fortfarande varannan dag och en nivå där det känns lite mer roligt och inget måste😁 kosten ligger på en (vad jag känner för) nivå men efter jul så styr vi upp ett cleant överskott och hoppas på bygga så mkt kött som möjligt. Denna period är viktig för mig så att jag kan hitta tillbaka till viljan & glädjen att stå väga all mat på offseason och att träna så som jag gör när det väl är dags. Man måste släppa allt ibland och våga leva också och viktigast av allt lyssna på kroppen och sluta ha skyhöga förväntningar 24/7, balans är otroligt viktigt mina vänner! Önskar er alla en klockren start på veckan❤️
Kidneys and High protein!
Although this debate has been going on for decades, I would like to shed some light on this topic today. A high protein diet will definitely worsen the kidneys in people with pre existing kidney conditions because your body will have a difficult time eliminating the waste by-products of protein metabolism. For those who are walking around with a pair of healthy kidneys, you just need to watch your protein intake and get your blood work done frequently so that you don't end up with surprises later on. So how much protein is too much?
I don't want to confuse you guys with too much science and biological terms here. Let me cut to the chase. If you are a professional bodybuilder, you should be already aware that you need a minimum of 2 gms of protein for 1kg of your bodyweight. So, an average of 150 gms of protein for a 70 to 75 kg individual. I have seen bodybuilders who consume almost double the requirement and end up getting unwanted side effects later on. There are always a few individuals who wouldn't mind pushing the envelope further. We can't help them but for an average Joe who wants to stay fit and look good among his friends during social gatherings, I would suggest you to go for just 1gm of protein for 1kg of your weight. That would be 70 to 75gms for a 70kg individual. By sticking to this protocol, you don't need to worry about the so called kidney damage or uric acid buildup or any other protein related side effects. If you want to go for a high protein diet, then choose your sources wisely. Skinless chicken breast, fish, eggs, soy protein, nuts, quinoa, lean beef are the best options. Always stay away from processed meat.
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