Protein cannot be ignored in fitness and strength sports. Protein contributes to the growth of muscle mass and promotes muscle recovery after exercise. Protein is available in a variety of forms, the most popular being: Whey Protein, Whey Isolate and Whey Hydrolyzate. CBD + SPORT only supplies the best quality and purest protein in the form of protein shakes, protein bars and protein snacks! The use of whey protein is very personal, so you can read the advantages and disadvantages with each of our products and we help you make the best choice for your personal goal!
CBD and proteins
The innovative whey protein from CBD + SPORT brings CBD and proteins together in one product. This shake brings the best of both products together, so proteins are conducive to muscle recovery and muscle building. CBD has an anti-inflammatory effect, promotes the immune system and has a pain-relieving effect, this together broadens your stamina and the general condition of the body.
What are the best proteins?
When you do (strength) sports, you probably know that proteins contribute to the recovery of muscles and building muscle mass. There are many forms of proteins on the market, of which whey protein or whey protein is the best known. Whey is a by-product of cheese and after processing it, products such as whey concentrate, whey isolate or whey hydrolyzate are created. In this order you can also consider the degree of lactose so take this into account if you have a lactose intolerance.
How much protein per day?
The amount of protein we recommend to take on a daily basis depends on several factors. Consider, for example, the extent to which you exercise, how much protein you get through normal food and, of course, what your body weight is. If you want to know exactly how many grams of protein per day you need, we recommend that you talk to a nutritionist about this. In general, you can assume two grams of protein per kilogram of body weight. You can get this through protein-rich food or through protein shakes.
What contains proteins?
Egg white or protein is naturally found in many products. Perhaps most famous among athletes and non-athletes are chicken breast and eggs. Of course you don’t necessarily have to eat meat or fish to get protein. There are plenty of vegetable proteins on the market, such as lentils, peas, chia and pumpkin seeds with which to make protein shakes. But did you know that vegetables such as spinach, lamb’s lettuce, kale and broccoli contain a lot of protein in addition to vitamins and minerals? If you want to follow a high-protein diet, to gain muscle mass or to slim down, you can supplement your daily protein requirement with a protein shake from CBD + SPORT.