Why Eggs Really Are the Perfect Breakfast
Consuming protein matters—not just how much, but when, according to researchers at the University of Birmingham. In a study of 120 people of all ages, scientists found that those who spread their protein intake out equally for breakfast, lunch, and dinner are likely to experience less age-related muscle mass loss than those who skimped on breakfast and loaded up at dinner.
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Read article It’d be nice if you could compensate for a low-protein breakfast with a large steak at night, but it doesn’t work that way since your body can only store so much protein at one time. “To maximize muscle growth, you need 30 to 40 grams of protein per meal,” says lead study author Benoit Smeuninx. If you’re an active guy in your 50s and weigh around 175 pounds, he recommends 32 gr.... Continue Reading at Men's Journal Adventure