June 2018

New CE/CME + Chart: Protein Supplements

Billions of dollars are spent on protein supplements each year. Working out and taking protein supplements often go hand in hand. But is there any proof that increasing protein intake beyond basic requirements offers any benefit? Is it better to get protein from supplements or food? And what are the risks of taking too much protein? Find out in our new CE/CME. Also check out our new chart on Protein Content in Common Foods.

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