Protein intake: what are the risks of eating too much? - [MEMBER ZONE]

In the previous chapter on optimal protein intake that the contribution in protein could range from 0.83 grams per kg of body weight for a sedentary person to 2.2 or even 2.5 grams per kg of body weight for an athletic person.This is particularly true for those involved in resistance sports such as bodybuilding.

That said, is it possible to consume too much proteinsand finally overdose? What are the risks associated with increased protein consumptionand what are the signs of excessive protein consumption?

This is what we will see in this chapter is entirely reserved for Blooness membersin which we answer precisely these questions:

  • Is it possible to overdose on protein in a healthy diet?
  • Is it possible to get too much protein from processed foods?
  • 7 examples of excessive protein intake
  • Example of how to set protein intake in a diet ketogenic
  • What are the risks associated with consuming too much protein?
  • What are the signs of excessive protein consumption?
  • Conclusion

By answering these questions, we will be able to how to better estimate your protein intakeYou can even adjust it up or down depending on your lifestyle, chosen eating habits and the signals our body sends us. In this way, it will be easier to set your protein intake, whether as part of a Mediterranean dietwhere you'll find the protein in fish, quality meats and pulsesas part of a paleo, carnivorous, ketogenic or low-fat diet. carbohydrates.

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