I am drinking a whey protein shake during a liquid fast. Is it beneficial or harmful?
I know to much much protein in your kidneys can lead to stones.
It's beneficial because it helps you keep muscle, if you workout during the fast that'll also be a good idea. But make sure you drink lots of water though. I went on a protein fast for a bit but I found realized I took a lot and my kidney was hurting a bit.
So just take maybe a shake or 2 a day during the fast and maybe 2-3 scoops or 10-15 tsp.
It's a very nice drink whether you're on any sort of diet or not!
If you drink whey protein shake daily as your liquid fast than it is a best fast for you because it has a lots of benefits.Further information please visit http://www.primofit.co.uk/. They provide all type of protein shakes.
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