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Whey protein in diet to build muscles - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   Dr. XXXXXXXX here.
Doctor :   please proceed with your health query
User :   sir..
User :   i am XXXXXX
User :   a boy of 16..
Doctor :   ok
User :   i want you to guide me about taking protein suppliments with my regular diet..
User :   i am a lil fat but with a good body build already..
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   please provide your height. weight, details of any medical illness and treatment.
User :   i am 5'10'' and weigh 80 kgs
User :   i hve not gone under any medical illness till day..
Doctor :   your BMI (body mass index) comes to 25.3, which shows that you are oerweight
Doctor :   you should consider losing weight atleast 5-8 kgs
User :   okay..
Doctor :   to be in ideal weight range for your height
User :   but i told i am not fat much i have muscle
Doctor :   the details of your height and weight as you gave me gives this conclusion
User :   yes i know..
User :   i need assistance on which brand protein suppliment should i prefer to increase my muscle growth.
Doctor :   at first you should consider getting into ideal weight range
Doctor :   and then proceed with exercises and protien suppliments
Doctor :   for muscle build up
User :   okay i am currently working up doc i do cardio exercises and have lost 3 kgs..
User :   soon i would be loosing 5 more as u said..
Doctor :   ok. then tak eprotien supplements n form of protien powder like Protienex with milk
Doctor :   or whey protein
User :   but proteinex powder has pretty low protein content i currently use it..
User :   it has vitamins too
Doctor :   it is not the only protein source that you take, it has teh right amounts that is needed for a normal person
Doctor :   you need to increase dietary protien as you increase your exercise levels
User :   tell me some other protein brand doc..a little professional one..
User :   doc i go 2 gym daily 1 hour in morning and another 1 in evening..
User :   tell..whey proteins come in very brands and types..
Doctor :   yes
User :   which 1 should i be preffering and how much in my diet..for a good body muscle growth
Doctor :   I am not examining you personally so I will not be able to prescribe you . you will need to be examine dby your doctor before you start on it
Doctor :   also, right now you ned to lose weight first
Doctor :   protien supplements will make you put on weight
User :   okay..
User :   should i prefer cardio exercises or muscle building..?
Doctor :   at first cardio exercises, once you are in ideal weight range, then muscle build up
User :   okay tell me my proper diet intake for more protein very low or no fat..
Doctor :   for a complete diet advise take help of our diet and nutrition dept. or meet a dietitian or nutritionist personally.
User :   how would i do that..its my last chat session doc..
Doctor :   WWW.WWWW.WW Doctor :   visit this link for a personalised diet advise
User :   okay doc..
Doctor :   or meet a dietitian or nutritionist personally in your area of location for a complete and supervised diet flow up
Doctor :   and maintanence
User :   tell me doc if i run 10 kms daily reguarly for 15 years in my life.
User :   would it pose me knee or ankle problem..
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