ARTICLE: CAN YOU GET TOO MUCH PROTEIN?

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CrossFit:

3 Rounds:
7 Thrusters (75/55#)
7 Pull-ups
7 Burpees
then
50/35 Calorie Row
then
3 Rounds:
7 Thrusters (75/55#)
7 Pull-ups
7 Burpees
then
50/35 Calorie Row
then
3 Rounds:
7 Thrusters (75/55#)
7 Pull-ups
7 Burpees

Competition: 65/45#
Performance: 2 Rounds each time (Band or RR Allowed) 55/40#
Fitness: 2 Rounds each time (Band or RR Allowed) 45/35# 35/25 Calorie Row

Article:

Protein has achieved a venerated status in the dietary world for everything from building muscle to preventing weight gain. But can you get too much of a good thing?

Protein powders that come in chocolate, strawberry, and cookies and cream flavors are doled out by the scoopful and mixed into smoothies, making it possible to effortlessly consume protein in amounts that far exceed dietary recommendations. A canned protein drink can contain almost as much protein as an eight-ounce steak, and snack bars or a small bag of protein chips can pack more of the macronutrient than a three-egg omelet.

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