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    Smile Is it bad for a 15-16 year old to drink protein shakes?

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    If it is bad, what age should is it suitable to start at?
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    It's not inherantly bad, but it is a bit young to start relying on them. At 15 you should really be working twords getting your diet to be a well timed machine rather than filling in gaps with protein powder. I doubt you can't get the required amount for your bodyweight. You don't need a ton of protein really, 1g per lean pound of mass will do.
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    It's protein. You get it from milk. And chicken. And other food. I would emphasize food, as food provides other nutrients and is friggin delicious. And protein powder is no longer very cost effective...you can find better deals on chicken in the store...
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