Protein for Muscle Build-Up

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Dietary principles for muscle build-up

• Muscle mass is only built up if the body has enough protein available.
• The optimal protein intake for muscle and mass building is about 1.5-2.0 g per kg body weight » Protein Synthesis.
• The diet often only covers about half of the protein requirement.
• Supplements may play an important role in supplying the optimally suitable type of protein in concentrated form » Protein Overview.
• Protein intake should be divided throughout the day: at breakfast, lunch, as an afternoon snack, with dinner and before going to bed. Rule of thumb: ideally every 3-4 hours about 25-30g of protein » Protein Calculator.
• The accompanying diet is varied, balanced and high in fiber.

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