Does whey have negative consequences?
if whey meaning whey protein no it doesn't but consuming more then what professionals recommends then it could. i usually consume about 16 oz. 8 oz before workout and 8 after. if you take creatine then be sure to drink alot of water because creatine can damage your kidneys if you don't pee it out. to get better information look in some of the muscle magazines they give alot of information about them or just go to your local GNC and ask.
No, consequences are the natural result of an action. Drawbacks are the negative aspects of something. For example, if you stay out past your curfew, the consequences will be whatever punishment your parents have said they'll do if you disobey. The drawbacks of your action would be the negative consequences as well as things like feeling guilty and not learning mature discipline.
There is no scientific evidence till date to prove that there are negative effects to Whey protein. Still, there might be several side effects of taking Whey protein: - Whey protein is isolated from whey, which is a by-product of the cheese made from cow's milk. So, those who are allergic to lactose i.e. suffer from lactose intolerance might develop allergic reaction from it. - It has been argued that long-term, excessive intake of protein…
Whey is the watery byproduct of cheese manufacturing which contains protein, lactose and other solids. As whey is further processed to achieve higher protein levels (i.e., whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate). whey permeate is the byproduct. Whey permeate, also known as deproteinized whey or dairy product solids, is composed largely of lactose (approximately 80%), a natural sugar found in bovine milk.
Entirely subjective, in that it affects each person differently. With most users, there are no negative consequences. You continue your life as normal only with a slight haze over everything, an increased appetite, and a tendency to not give a damn. Negative consequences that affect a minority include paranoia, demotivation, the usual unfortunate side-effects of smoking and schizophrenia. However, cannabis has also shown to combat all of these things in others. In short, there are…
Peer pressure can have negative effects by doing something you don't want to do and having negative consequences from your actions. Doing something you don't want to do can also have a negative impact on your life by ruining your social reputation. An example: Doing Drugs Having a friend peer pressure you into doing cocaine Consequences: Having an addiction, going to jail, ruining your reputation, loosing friends.