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Oct 08, 2017

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I am looking out to buy whey protein powder, so please guide me which whey protein would suit me like whey consentrate (WPC), Whey protein isolate (WPI) or Whey protein hydrolysate (WPH) and which brand would do better. My age is 26 and Height is 5.10ft with the weight of 72kg(lost 2kgs in 1month by workout) I was 74kg, i started working out few years back but I wasn't regular for e.g. I do it for 6 months to 1 year regularly and leave gym for 2 years or 1 years, a few years back when I was working out my gym coach suggested me to get creatine.. so I told him to get one.. he got this creatin name called Absolute Creatine Monohydrate, He told me after I start to use to drink lot of water like 5 to 6 ltrs a day... I started using it but I didn't drink much water like he told me ,initially everything was fine I started seeing good results in terms of muscle mass but later after 2 to 3 weeks I got bloating effects in my stomach and had constipation problems, so I quickly realized this may be of creatine effects and I stopped using it suddenly, after that everything was normal and I didn't face any problem later few months I started to take endura mass gainer and I didn't face those kind problems, all these happened 3 years ago and now I am hitting the gym normally it's been a month so far and I've decided to take Ultimate Nutrition Prostar 100% Whey protein, so please tell me will I face that problem again and will this effect my kidney and FYI I am not lactose intolerant, I am used to diary products.
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Oct 10, 2017


 It is good that you are working out at your fitness again regularly. Your weight seems to be fine now, at your height 5'10". Regarding the supplement WPC will be the right choice, along with it creatine monohydrate as pre workout , and BCAA as intra workout should be used for bettter muscle growth. It would be wise to drink 4 to 5 ltrs of water through out the day. Please stick to a diet with complex carbohydrates, high protein and essential fats and high volume workout for good results.


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