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How many proteins take in the process of building muscle?

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During the phase of mass quantities of macronutrients are present in any food protocol. But what is central in building muscle mass is the caloric surplus.
Without the right Growth in calories you are not going exactly nowhere.
Here are two schools of thought on food approaches in the period of building muscle:
1) L 'increased muscle mass is achieved by holding the most possible low fat
2) Putting on weight regardless of the percentage of fat mass while dieting increases marked then thinking to clean in the future.
I want to clarify that both are right and are often misunderstood.
Let's go to the question everyone I often do in the gym:
How many proteins take in the process of building muscle?
Unlike all beliefs and all myths that affirm that the more we ingozziamo put more muscle proteins, protein requirements in a high-calorie diet situation is really lower than we think.
The recommended protein intake is 1.5 kg 1.8 g per kg of lean mass.
Obviously the world is beautiful that is diverse and that is why it will not always be so.
There have been cases in which there has been significant improvements with protein shares of 2.2 g / 3g per kg of mass. A
advice to you is that if you have very thin patients, hold the highest proportion of protein and you will see the difference.
As in any case and especially repeatedly expressed, the number one rule is always to customize the work and above all measure progress, and modify the work program in progress.
Lately also the scientific literature starts to move with research that assert that in the process of building muscle (bulk) you are more advantages with a higher protein intake improving muscle development and obtaining a smaller increase in fat mass, suggesting a 2.2 g protein interval between -3.4 grams of protein.

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