Question: I am a 20 year old man. I am 70 kgs. I think that I am not overweight but I have an excess of fat. I wonder if there is a specific way to make proteins be stored in muscles. I mean is it important to eat protein at specific times for example 2 hours before the exercise or etc. And also, when are proteins converted to fat and if I make my body store the proteins in muscles don't I have to calculate the calories I have gained from those proteins? Cagatay
Answer: Dear Cagatay, It doesn't really matter when you eat your proteins, as long as you spread them evenly throughout the day (breakfast, lunch and dinner). There is a wide range of recommended daily protein intake requirements, but generally speaking, your body uses as much protein as it needs (.8 - 1.0 grams per kilogram of body weight, depending on your activity level) and more than that is stored as fat. Note: Checkout Nitrobol Amino Acids The Best Protein For Muscle building.
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