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Protein powder for every goal

Protein powder are often associated with bodybuilding enthusiasts who reach for their shake after a tough workout. But even if you haven't just broken your bench press record , getting enough protein is part of a balanced diet. A protein shake can make it easy for you to reach your macronutrient goals . Protein plays an important role not only in muscle development, but also in weight control and other bodily functions, such as maintaining bone density.

Benefits of Protein Powder

In addition to strength training and endurance training, sufficient protein intake provides a good basis for strong muscles and a fit body, because proteins are essential constituents of our muscles and perform other bodily functions important, helping the growth and preservation of cells and tissues. A daily intake of at least 0.8 g of protein per kg of body weight is recommended: for a person who weighs 70 kg, this therefore represents 56 g of protein per day. Athletes should add up to 2.2g, as training intensity also increases their protein needs. If you particularly want to develop new muscle cells, you must, in addition to this high protein intake, ensure that you have a slight caloric surplus of 300 to 500 kcal per day to engage muscle anabolism .

Adequate protein intake is important if you want to preserve your muscles, not only to build them, but also to reduce your body fat. In the event of a caloric deficit, muscle catabolism (loss) occurs . To lose weight, we therefore recommend consuming at least 1.8g of protein per kg of body weight each day, which is equivalent to 126g of protein for a 70kg person.

Sometimes we can't meet this requirement in our meals on a daily basis: that's where protein powder comes in. A shake is quick and easy to prepare, and you can also enrich your meals, such as morning porridge or a homemade sauce in the evening with these proteins. They can also be used in baking to decorate biscuits and cakes. In short: using protein powder is easy, diverse and suitable for everyone.

Which protein powder to choose?

Muscle development and maintenance do not work without strength training and a balanced diet focused on proteins. So, Protein powder are very helpful in achieving your goals. But which ones suit you best?

Whey protein

For a quick supply of nutrients, ideally immediately after training. Our Whey protein is rich in essential amino acids and contains 24g of protein per shake.

Daily Shakes

Protein shakes can be so much more than a sports drink, and our Daily Shakes demonstrate that. They accompany you throughout the day and help you find the balance between concentration and calm in a stressful daily life. Our Daily Protein + Focus with ginseng strengthens your muscles, improves your performance and reduces fatigue. Our Daily Protein + Relax with ashwagandha helps you relax.

Clear Whey

Is a classic protein shake too complicated for you? Our low-lactose Clear Whey, made from whey protein isolate, is more of a refreshing drink than a creamy shake. It is therefore the ideal way to refresh yourself and assimilate all the essential amino acids, especially in summer.

Plant protein

Protein powder do not necessarily have to contain whey protein to ensure your protein intake. Whether you're following a vegan diet or just want to try something new, our plant-based protein powder combines pea, sunflower, hemp and chickpea proteins and vitamin B12 , B6, folic acid and biotin.



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