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  Lactose intolerance is a common issue that many people don’t even realize they have. If you’re lactose intolerant, it just means that your body doesn’t make enough of the enzyme lactase, which is needed to break down lactose, a milk sugar.  When lactose isn’t broken down well, it causes uncomfortable symptoms like gas, bloating, and diarrhea.  Although whey and casein protein powders are the most popular and effective for most people, both types come from milk. That means if you’re lacto...

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  How many times have you picked up a supplement bottle and read something along the lines of “take 1 to 4 pills, 2 to 3 times per day?"   When you first start taking a new supplement, sometimes it takes a bit of trial and error to determine the optimal dosage for your needs. Often, the packaging or label can be rather vague about how much you should actually take.   Luckily, our collagen protein powder is clear about both its contents and how much we recommend you use at a time.   Daily Dos...

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Most athletes know that every detail counts when it comes to fueling your body to build muscle. How much you eat, how your macros are distributed and the timing of when you eat before and after workouts all affect your metabolism and how your body burns fat and builds muscle.  The amount of advice out there for how much protein to consume before and after a workout is a little overwhelming.  But what if you tend to workout at night? Or, what if you need to squeeze in a protein shake at nigh...

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Casein and whey are two terms that get thrown around a lot when discussing protein sources. Both have some similarities, but they are different and act differently in our bodies. Is one better than the other? Not necessarily. In this article, you will learn more about what makes each of these proteins unique, and who can benefit from them.   How are Casein and Whey Proteins Similar?   When dairy foods like milk are discussed, oftentimes the proteins found in these foods are referred to as “mi...

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