A protein supplement is great…for convience. Its not a staple.
I have to disagree, in this case. For a begineer who barely knows how to eat clean, let alone correctly (two very different things) a protein supplement should be a staple. Once the diet is in check and they know how to eat food to get protein and stay clean, then yes they could give it up.
For me it’s more of a convenience thing and will always be a staple in my diet.
I agree with you on the blended protein and the best place to get it…[/quote]
Thats the point. Whole foods are the staple. Not protein supplements. Most of your protein should be coming from whole foods. Period.End of story.
If his diet isn’t in order other places he’s just wasting his money on a protein supplement. For god sakes an Omega 3 supplement is more important to his overall health and diet than whether or not he’s taking a 80g of day from a canister. Its called a SUPPLEMENT because yoiur supposed to supplement your diet with it. Is it very hard to get 400g of protein a day without some kind of protein supplementation.
Diet and Training
Your progress isn’t decided by what you take its decided by your overall intensity in the gym and your WHOLE food intake.Everything else is just an aid.