As many will already know, protein is an important part of our diets, however, if you are an athlete or someone that does a lot of exercise and training, protein is essential.
During exercise, your body burns through protein, which means it that it will need to be replenished with protein-rich foods, however a quick and popular way to replenish protein is by drinking protein shakes.
Although, protein shakes are great in terms of helping your body restore and repair after exercise, which can be seen in the below infographic created by health and fitness educators Premier Global,, however, it is important to be aware of the possible side effects and take them into consideration when it comes to the regularity of your consumption.
Before you consume protein shakes, you should make sure you are taking the one best suited to yourself, dependant on how often you exercise and how much protein you require in your diet. There are multiple different types of protein powder, from a plethora of brands, so be sure to do your research beforehand.
Take a look at the infographic to find out more information on what happens when you take protein shakes along with a few stats around the sales and usage of shakes.
Provided by Premier Global