Dietary vs Supplemental Protein by Exalted Vigour Athletics

In all honestly, there isn’t that great of a difference between how your body utilizes dietary vs supplemental protein. ***That is unless we delve into amino acid profiles, the various types of protein sources, and the amount of industry processing your protein goes through from animal/plant to your stomach.*** In this video, I want to look solely at the pros and cons of dietary vs supplemental protein and how you can utilize both to suit your needs.

PROTEIN SUPPLEMENTS
* PROS: Are great in terms of convenience, and macronutrient control. That means they are easy to fix together and because there are often fewer components to a supplement you have greater control of your carbohydrate, fat, and protein intake compared to a full course meal.
* CONS: However, supplemental protein – particularly those that are drunk rather than eaten – often lack in satiety. Primarily because your brain does not effectively send leptin (the satiety hormone) to your brain to indicate you are satiated.
DIETARY PROTEIN
* PROS: Consuming food through chewing stimulates your metabolism and the “thermic effect”. Which is the energy your body requires during digestion to burn food. Additionally, chewing can help decrease self-reported hunger and food intake, which will help with overall satiety and prevent you from overeating accidentally.
* CONS: Full course meals are often more difficult to control macronutrients to a T. Particularly if you like to go out to eat and don’t have the ability to piece all the ingredients together yourself.

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