The protein supplements are well known for many people who are interested in bodybuilding thing. Of course, we are mainly talking about how it can affect the effects of our training. It is worth taking a look at the milk protein from another perspective and see how using it also has a chance to affect the health of our metabolism.
Milk protein – overview
Cow’s milk consists of about 80% casein and 20% whey protein. It also contains important minerals like calcium. All these ingredients have a chance to positively affect how our metabolism works. Let’s look carefully at why this is so important modernly.
In countries such as China and the United States, you can see a huge problem with metabolic health, which also grows closer to our regions. All diseases such as hyperglycemia, dyslipidemia and hypertension together with obesity have been linked together under the name “metabolic syndrome”. People struggling with this problem have a greater chance of developing cardiovascular disease and the onset of type 2 diabetes. There are many factors that can affect the loss of control over metabolism, however, they are mainly associated with
- lack of exercises
Of course, the diet is very important in maintaining the proper weight, which is also mainly associated with our health. Let’s look closely at what the cow’s milk protein can offer to our body.
Lipids in the blood
In this case, dyslipidemia is an important issue in metabolic disorders. In terms of research on the action of protein from cow’s milk, we are still not sure of everything, however, the consumption of whey protein can have a positive effect on our health
Effects on blood vessels and blood pressure
Consuming dairy products can reduce the risk of hypertension due to its bioactive peptides. There have been many studies that show a significant drop in blood pressure when you consume casein or whey protein
Control our appetite
There is a chance that eating cow’s milk protein could affect our metabolism by increasing the feeling of satiety after a meal. This is of course due to the idea that meals rich in protein give us the impression of ‘fullness’. However, the effect of this type of protein in itself may, according to some studies, affect our metabolism.
For many, it may be obvious, but it is worth mentioning. In the case of research on overweight people, it was found that eating a high-protein meal can positively affect weight loss, this also applies to supplementation
Finally, it is worth mentioning that, according to many studies, supplementation with cow’s milk protein (casein or whey protein) may have a positive effect on the development of our muscles, however, this is a huge topic in itself which we will cover other time.
As you can see above, supplementation with casein or whey protein does not have to be associated with gym training. It can also be an important help in the fight against overweight and problems with metabolism, such as hypertension or control over our appetite.