This is a common hesitation for women when it comes to protein powders. For most women, however, “bulking up” is actually quite difficult, both because it requires a huge commitment to strength training and because the estrogen in their bodies prevents significantly visible muscle bulk. Although the USDA Recommended Daily Allowance for protein is 0.8 grams per kilogram of body weight, research has shown that women are likely to need twice that amount if they want to gain strength and muscle mass. For most women, this would mean consuming 80-100 grams (5-7 servings) of FIT in order to gain muscle.
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- Is Allysian Fit™ suitable for those with nut allergy?
- Would you call Allysian Fit™ a protein powder or meal replacement?
- Can I combine Allysian Fit™ with Allysian Genesis™?
- Would drinking a protein shake such as Allysian Fit™ make me bulk up?
- Since there is chocolate in Allysian Fit™, does the fat, sugar and caffeine in chocolate cause any concerns?
- How would you describe the flavour of Allysian Fit™?
- Is plant-based protein as good as animal-based protein?
- If I follow the Allysian Fit™ Program, how much weight can I expect to lose in 30/60/90 days?
- Does Allysian Fit™ contain soy or gluten?
- Can someone with diabetes take Allysian Fit™?