Build more muscle
by Theresa Nybo
Muscles don’t just belong to body builders and athletes They are important for all of us. They keep our bones in place and keep us upright. They give us the ability to move, lift, eat and enjoy life. When exercised they even increase our metabolism, which can help with weight loss, where needed. For some time, it has been known that animal proteins are a great source for muscle growth. However, a recent study found an alternative, mushroom protein.* It was seen that mushroom protein stimulated post-exercise muscle growth to a greater extent than did milk protein. So, while milk protein increased muscle growth by 60%, mushroom protein increased it by more than double this amount. Want to build muscles? Look for the mushroom protein!
* Svampprotein can be found in Quorn products.
University of Exeter. “Quorn protein builds muscle better than milk protein.” ScienceDaily, 3 July 2019. Retrieved from: www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/07/190703121431.htm.