Including protein seems like the obvious option, you need to take a look at your current eating plan and assess your eating habits.
Are you eating real protein? Do you take too many protein supplements? Have you spaced enough protein out throughout the day? Do you get enough amounts of protein?
All these questions are valid and make sense when you analyze them correctly.
Requirement: Take in a daily count of one gram per pound of body weight to get started. Make sure that the majority of your protein is coming from whole foods.
Whole foods are Chicken, Lean meats, fish, Greek yogurt, Eggs, Low-fat cheeses, and Low-fat milk.
Some supplement use is fine but should be used when ending your training sessions and at times when you need a convenient, fast shot of protein due to having no real food available.
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