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NutriSaver Responds to Frequently Asked Questions About Whey Protein Supplements, And Why They Are Beneficial For People With Active Lifestyles in There New Blog Post


West New York, New Jersey (PRWEB) April 07, 2015

Whey protein contains a wide range of essential amino acids, which are absorbed quickly. However not all proteins are created equal. Some forms of protein, such as whey protein isolates might be better for people with sensitive digestion systems.

Whey Protein is one of the best studied supplements in the world. There are many brands and formulas of Whey Protein and typically comes in two major forms which are listed below.

Whey Concentrates which typically have a low (but still significant) level of fat and cholesterol but, in general, compared to the other forms of whey protein, have higher levels of bioactive compounds, and carbohydrates in the form of lactose they are 29%–89% protein by weight.

Whey Isolates are processed to remove the fat, and lactose, but are usually lower in bio activated compounds as well they are 90%+ protein by weight. Isoaltes are ultimately a purer formula and optimal for individuals who want to use whey protein for weightloss. Like whey protein concentrates, whey protein isolates are mild to slightly milky in taste.

Whey protein is absorbed and utilized very quickly in the body. Whey protein is composed of amino acids which are the building blocks of muscle fibers. It also increases the anabolic hormones that stimulate muscle growth and contains leucine, which is known to trigger muscle protein synthesis. Whey protein has been shown to be particularly effective at increasing muscle growth when consumed right before, after or during a workout, but muscle protein synthesis is usually maximized in the time period after training. The window is roughly up to 45 minuets after physical activity.

Aside from building muscle growth and strength, whey protein can also help with weight loss. Taking whey increases protein intake and has major benefits for weight loss. Protein can boost metabolism by 80 to 100 calories per day, and makes individuals that intake protein less hungry and eat less calories per day. Studies have shown that replacing other sources of calories with whey protein and combined with weight lifting can cause weight loss while increasing lean muscle mass. If you’re trying to lose weight, then consumption of a whey protein formula will help with both, losing weight and building growth and strength for your muscles.

Over all, whey protein is both beneficial for muscle growth and health, from amino acids to rebuilding and maintaining muscle strength. However consuming too can cause digestive issues such as nausea, flatulence, diarrhea, pain and cramping. A commonly recommended dosage is 1-2 scoops, which is around 25-50 grams, per serving and usually taken after a workout. It is highly recommended to follow the serving instruction on the packaging. If regular whey protein concentrate is too harsh, then Whey isolate may be more appropriate.

The top 3 Best Whey Protein Supplements From NutriSaver.com are; Muscle Tech Phase 8 , Optimum Nutrition 100% Gold Standard, and B.S.N. Syntha-6, USP Labs Oxyelite Protein and Metabolic Nutrition Protizyme.

At the end of the day,whey protein is an exceptionally healthy way to add more protein to any diet. It is a quality protein source that is absorbed and utilized efficiently by the human body. This is particularly important for athletes, bodybuilders, or individuals who need to gain muscle mass and strength, while losing weight at the same time. When it comes to muscle gain and fat loss, protein is the king of nutrients. For More information on this topic please refer to our blog post What is Whey Protein.







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The Clare In Chicago Welcomes Residents Looking To Stay Active In Their Careers Unlike The Perception Of Other Retirement Communities


Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 30, 2014

While The Clare fits securely in the category of luxury retirement community, the designation ‘retirement’ is a bit of a misnomer for some. Case in point is Dr. Steven Andres who has lived at The Clare for the past two and a half years. The ideal location in the heart of Chicago’s Gold Coast, along with the community’s great amenities has made The Clare the perfect home for Andres who is possibly 20 years away from ‘retirement’.

“While many of the residents at The Clare are certainly retired, others remain very engaged in the careers that they love, as well as in volunteer work, and many activities throughout the community. We prefer to refer to The Clare as luxury senior living,” said Kyle Exline, executive director of The Clare.

Andres pursued his dream career late in life but is finding it was worth the wait. It wasn’t until he was 40 that he decided to return to school to become a veterinarian. Now, the resident of The Clare, owns and operates a total of four veterinary clinics in the downtown area.

Andres loves the coincidence of being a native of Clare, Illinois, a small town in Chicago’s western suburbs. He attended Illinois State University where he earned his degree in animal science, working towards his masters degree at Texas A&M in animal nutrition. Andres’ family bought a ranch in Wyoming, which he ran for eight years. First Chicago National Bank then recruited him and he had a successful banking career for eight years. When he started noticing the banking world changing with major work force reductions he said, “I saw the writing on the wall.” Andres decided to pursue his lifelong goal of becoming a veterinarian. He attended Ross School of Veterinary medicine in St. Kitts for two years, transferring to University of Missouri where he completed his clinical year.

In 2000, Andres became a veterinarian, which he said “was a dream come true.” He moved to Chicago where he worked for several veterinary clinics. In 2007, Andres launched Clark N Oak Animal Health Center. “I now have 12,000 patients with 7000-8000 clients or owners. It really took off,” he said. Andres subsequently opened South State N 16th Animal Wellness Center, and will soon open Clark N Delaware Cat Clinic and North N Hudson Animal Wellness Center.

Moving to The Clare while he’s still working full-time suits Andres well. “I work a lot. Six or seven days a week” he said. “At The Clare, they cook fabulous meals, clean my apartment and provide first-rate entertainment. This fits perfectly for me.”

Andres first learned about The Clare several years ago, moving to the community in 2012. “At first I was looking at the future, thinking that when I retired I’d move there. Then I started thinking about it as a possibility a lot sooner. I’m not married and I don’t have children. This seemed like a great option,” he said. The fact that he has juvenile onset diabetes was a motivating factor. “Prior to this, I was eating out a lot. Living here gives me a lot more control over my diet.”

Andres said that he’s made great friends at The Clare. “The people here are all so interesting. They all have stories. I’m learning so much from the people here,” he said. “I enjoy all of the amenities and people and the location doesn’t get any better. I participate in social events and outings. I get involved with things that I wouldn’t otherwise get involved with. I wouldn’t have gone to the opera before, but I do that here. The Clare has become my concierge.

The Clare at Rush and Pearson is a Life Care retirement community in the heart of Chicago’s Gold Coast with incomparable lifestyle, amenities and the financial stability only a debt-free community can offer. The Terraces at The Clare, which partners with Northwestern Memorial Hospital, provides assisted living, memory support, rehabilitation and skilled nursing. The Terraces has earned the 5-star quality rating by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The Clare is owned by Chicago Senior Care and managed by Life Care Services. For more information visit: http://www.TheClare.com or call 312-784-8100.