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Female Athletes at Risk for Bone Loss

Another study confirms that female athletes involved in significant aerobic exercise, such as running and swimming, have lower bone density. While the researchers seem puzzled by their findings, this is not hard to understand.

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Whey Protein Improves Muscle, Reduces Body Fat, and Promotes a Natural Full Feeling

A variety of new studies regarding the health benefits of whey protein, especially for middle aged and older Americans, are now being reported in the scientific literature. Whey protein stands out as the very best protein to build muscle strength, even superior to red meat. A new scientific review finds this is a very important issue for older Americans trying to maintain their health...

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Higher Dietary Protein Helps Control Appetite

A new study shows that ghrelin, your stomach’s very own appetite signal, is much more under control for a longer period of time in response to a high protein meal. When carbohydrates are eaten alone ghrelin is temporarily happy, but comes back with a vengeance 3 hours later (causing you to be more hungry).

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Steve Jobs’ Wasting-Away Health Problem

Yesterday Steve Jobs floated a description of his personal health problems into the public; calling them “a hormone imbalance that has been ‘robbing’ me of the proteins my body needs to be healthy. Sophisticated blood tests have confirmed this diagnosis. The remedy for this nutritional problem is relatively simple and straightforward, and I've already begun treatment.” His press release describing his health issue was timed to quell market concern...

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Whey Protein Enhances Fat Metabolism

A new study shows that whey protein, compared to fish, casein, and gluten proteins had a far superior ability to help reduce the amount of fat in the blood following a high fat meal.

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Whey Protein Activates Bone Building

A cell study with whey protein shows that it activates the important bone building cells known as osteoblasts, in part by turning on gene signals important to bone building.

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Whey Protein at Breakfast Reduces Appetite

A new study confirms that having whey protein as part of your breakfast helps to reduce your appetite at lunch. The study compared the appetite effects of whey to soy protein and casein protein – and whey was superior.

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Digestive Hormone Helps Regulate Your Blood Sugar

New research shows that a digestive hormone known as Cholecystokinin (CCK) actually signals to your brain in a way that your brain signals to your liver to stop releasing sugar into your blood – regardless of insulin levels.

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Which Whey to Go

In the world of dietary supplements and functional foods there are many choices in terms of product quality, and whey protein is no exception. This is especially true when a used-car sales pitch is used in an effort to make products look and sound far better than what is actually under the hood. While consumers should expect this from network marketing companies they are often taken aback when health professionals go out on a limb and push the envelope of truth.

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Whey Protein Directly Boosts Immunity

A new study shows that whey protein helps front line immune troops move around better and gobble up invaders. Whey protein helps keep your immune cells primed and ready for action.

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