How whey protein helps with weight loss

How whey protein helps with weight loss

Hi, I’m Chris Freytag, national health and fitness expert. Now if you’re trying to maintain your weight even lose some weight then protein is a really important part of that equation. Protein, in general, will help you stay fuller longer, so it will help you curb your snacking. Protein will help repair your muscles, so you can keep up with those workouts day after day. Now, one of my favorite…

Is There A Maximum Protein Intake Limit Per Meal?

Is There A Maximum Protein Intake Limit Per Meal?

Hey, this is Sean Nalewanyj, of EliteImpactLabs.com. And today, I want to dissect a very common bodybuilding myth that is centered around the idea of a maximum protein absorption limit per meal. Now, the people who promote this guideline will say that the body can only absorb a set amount of protein in a single sitting, usually in the range of about 30grams to 50grams, and then, anymore will simply…

How to Read Food Labels for Healthy Eating : Total Carbohydrates on Food Labels

How to Read Food Labels for Healthy Eating : Total Carbohydrates on Food Labels

Hi. I’m Brenda Thompson, Registered Dietitian and owner of Life Skills Nutrition. In this segment, I’m going to talk about calories on the food label. Here, if you look, you’ll see that total carbohydrates is listed. Under carbohydrates, you will also find dietary fibers, and sugars. Dietary fiber is also a carbohydrate, although not all fibers are digested into the system. That is why fiber is recommended for healthy diets….

Different Types of Protein | HealthiNation

Different Types of Protein | HealthiNation

Proteins are an essential part of your diet. They’re found in a wide range of foods…everything from burgers to beans. But not all proteins are the same. Some proteins are surrounded by stuff that’s bad for you like saturated fats. That would be the burger. Other proteins are coupled with good stuff like vitamins, minerals and fiber. Yes. I’m talking about the beans. We want proteins because they play a…

#05 Biochemistry Protein Tertiary/Quaternary Structure Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

#05 Biochemistry Protein Tertiary/Quaternary Structure Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Kevin Kevin Ahern: Maybe not. Hold on. Ah, now let’s get started. How’s that? Too many cords. I vote for cordless. How’s everybody doing today? “Good, professor, that’s very good.” Male Student: Well caffeinated. Kevin Ahern: Well caffeinated! Then learning shall happen, right? Okay, so, today I’m going to finish talking about protein structure. I’ve talked about primary and secondary so far, today I’ll finish talking about tertiary and quaternary….

Bioinformatics – Protein structure prediction approaches

Bioinformatics – Protein structure prediction approaches

In the past 50 years, there has been tremendous progress in experimental determination of protein three-dimensional structures, but this has not kept pace with the explosive growth of sequence information that results from massively parallel sequencing technology. We therefore know many more protein sequences than protein three-dimensional structures, and the gap is widening rather than diminishing. Yet, many proteins contain enough information in their amino acid sequence to determine their…

The Truth About Beef Protein Isolate Powder

The Truth About Beef Protein Isolate Powder

Hey, what’s up guys? Sean Nalewanyj, of EliteImpactLabs.com here. And in today’s video, I want to do a quick review on beef protein isolate powders. Now, beef has been a staple in bodybuilder’s diets for decades. It’s packed with valuable muscle building nutrition coming from high quality protein, creatine, branched-chain amino acids, B vitamins and zinc. And because of the overall quality of beef as a bodybuilding protein source, supplement…

Macromolecules: Lipids, Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acid, Excerpt 2 | MIT 7.01SC Fundamentals of Biology

Macromolecules: Lipids, Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acid, Excerpt 2 | MIT 7.01SC Fundamentals of Biology

Monomer of nucleic acids is called a nucleotide, which I will abbreviate NTIDE. And a nucleotide comprises three parts– a phosphate, a sugar, and a base. Phosphate, sugar, base –that we will abbreviate P-S-B. The polymer of nucleotides makes up ribonucleic acid, RNA; or deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA. You need to know the full names of those. I’m not going to write them out. And those are all polynucleotides. And the…