There is often debate, chaos and what not when t comes to the topic of protein and its safety. A lot of people have misconceptions and anecdotal advice such as do not eat too much protein, it will harm your kidneys. Or do not eat too much protein, your liver will fail, etc.
We’ve all come across a lot of myths with relation to carbs, the most common one being ‘One shouldn’t eat carbs at night’ and that, its a ‘fat-loss killer’ ‘if you want to lose weight, you must cut down on carbs’ etc. so, its time we bust this and determine if consuming carbs at specific times is really detrimental to our body composition or all of this is nothing but broscience!
What is protein??
Protein is one of the essential macronutrients. It chemically has amino acids which are building blocks of protein. Proteins are complex molecules and play an important role in the body. One gram of Protein has four calories.
Role of Protein:
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