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Importance of

nutrition for

healthy muscles

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Are you one of the countless Indians who believe they are fit and healthy? Well, some of you may be right, but for the rest of you, this is a big wake up call. We all love epitomising youth and fitness and lean bodies in society, but there might just be a way to get all three together while you cater to one need - healthy muscles. And one of the pathways to this is quite simple really since it is something we consume everyday - proteins.

Despite us Indians thinking that we are invincible in matters of foodand health, the truth is that we just aren’t consuming enough protein.It is shocking to know that 7 out of 10 Indians have poor muscle health and low protein levels.* What correlation do muscles and proteinshave, you may ask. Well, proteins are the building blocks of thebody, from skin, hormones, hair and nails, to the even muscles.And just like every other piece of equipment that requires oiling,muscles too require a good amount of protein to run on. A common misconception born here is that only individuals whoworkout require protein, but the truth is that protein is requiredby everyone, not just for those engaged in exercise. Just like everyother nutrient, protein is required in adequate amounts to ensure good functioning of the muscles and subsequently, the rest of the body.

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In a typical Indian diet, the major sources of protein that fuel our muscles are eggs, meat, dairy products and legumes or dal. It is alarming to know that 68% of people in our country have insufficient protein intake.* This shows that we are not taking protein rich foods in adequate amounts.

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It is essential for us to take protein supplements, not only restricted to whey, other sources are available too. Protein supplements can help regain muscle mass, and reduce or at least vastly slow down the muscle loss process that comes with ageing. A protein rich diet ultimately also helps towards managing weight better. And with the abundant choices available in the market nowadays, it becomes much easier to get the nutrition needed to stay fit. It is however important to remember to choose trusted brands of protein supplements to achieve desired results. So, it’s time to pay attention to your musclehealth so that you can enjoy a healthy, active and happy life!


*Source: The Protein Week | InBody& Ipsos Study

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