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Old 07-15-2011, 03:28 PM   #1
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∑ General public and active people - the daily recommended amount of protein is
∑ 0.75gm per kg of body weight (a 60kg person should eat around 45gm of protein daily).
∑ Sports people involved in non-endurance events - who exercise daily for less than 60
∑ minutes: daily protein intake should be between 0.75 to 1.0gm of protein per kg of
∑ body weight per day.
∑ Sports people involved in endurance events and strength events - who exercise for
∑ longer periods (more than one hour) or who are involved in strength exercise, such as
∑ Powerlifting, should consume about 1.24 to 1.7gm of protein per kg of body mass.
∑ Dietary surveys have found that most athletic groups comfortably reach and often
∑ exceed their protein requirements by consuming a high energy diet. Despite this,
∑ protein and amino acids (the building blocks of protein) are popular nutritional
∑ supplements.
Sports nutrition - http://www.europowerlifting.org/file...0Nutrition.pdf

Muscle fueling article - http://www.europowerlifting.org/file...les%20Fuel.pdf

Diet for powerlifting - http://www.europowerlifting.org/file...werlifting.pdf
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