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    Protein Powder for old man

    My dad is 58 and is just started working out in the gym seriously for the last 2 months, previously he is an avid runner, but never do any lifting before. Is it ok to supplement him with protein powder coz his diet consist of very little protein for almost his all life before ? and what protein powder do you think suitable and easy for his digestion (I was thinking of Optimum 100% whey). And also my 2 month pregnant wife is drooling over my protein shake, is it OK for her to take some?, will it benefit the baby too?
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    The baby will get big muscles.
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    my dad is 55 and he has been doing bodybuilding for a long time...He got me into it when i was 14 and recently he got hepatitis C and has been real sick....he just started lifting again and he's on Optimum Nutritions 100% whey....hes gained muscle back and his strength is up again.....its low in Carbs and has good protein and amino acids...perfect for everyone
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    Geripro, the protein supplement that was designed specifically with seniors in mind! Coming soon in transdermal adult-diaper delivery system. Now available is the zero-carb prune flavor.
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    Re: Protein Powder for old man

    Originally posted by Denny Z
    My dad is 58 and is just started working out in the gym seriously for the last 2 months, previously he is an avid runner, but never do any lifting before. Is it ok to supplement him with protein powder coz his diet consist of very little protein for almost his all life before ? and what protein powder do you think suitable and easy for his digestion (I was thinking of Optimum 100% whey). And also my 2 month pregnant wife is drooling over my protein shake, is it OK for her to take some?, will it benefit the baby too?
    Give everyone more protein. Many medical experts like Dr. Scott Connelly say that today's diet does not have enough protein.
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    Re: Protein Powder for old man

    Originally posted by Denny Z
    My dad is 58 and is just started working out in the gym seriously for the last 2 months, previously he is an avid runner, but never do any lifting before. Is it ok to supplement him with protein powder coz his diet consist of very little protein for almost his all life before ? and what protein powder do you think suitable and easy for his digestion (I was thinking of Optimum 100% whey). And also my 2 month pregnant wife is drooling over my protein shake, is it OK for her to take some?, will it benefit the baby too?
    They can both use it and probably should in fact. Will harm neither. Its just protein remember?
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