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Breakfast Protein Powders

After a period of sleep, you body is reaching a state where there is a negative nitrogen balance due to a disproportionate amount of nitrogen losses compared to intake. To ensure that you get back to positive nitrogen balance and provide an anabolic environment for your body at the start of your day, consuming protein at breakfast is crucial. Furthermore, studies1,2 have shown that having protein at breakfast makes you fuller for the day with reduced meal size throughout the day. What this means is that it’s perfect for those looking for weight loss or an improved body composition. While having bacon and eggs sounds like a good idea, sometimes we just feel like something fast or something sweet. At Mr Supplement we have a range of breakfast protein shakes, pancakes, bars or oats to help you get the much needed protein you require at the start of the day.

Breakfast Protein Supplements are commonly presented & sold as Formulated Supplementary Sports Foods in Australia. Breakfast protein supplements are not a sole source of nutrition and should should be used in conjunction with an appropriate physical training or exercise programme as well as a healthy and nutritious diet. Be advised that not all supplements are suitable for everyone so check the labels prior to use and seek medical or dietetic advice if you have any concerns or queries. Always read the label prior to use.

1. Fallaize R, Wilson L, Gray J, Morgan LM, Griffin BA. ‘Variation in the effects of three different breakfast meals on subjective satiety and subsequent intake of energy at lunch and evening meal.’ Eur J Nutr. 2012 Sep 5. [Epub ahead of print]
2. Leidy HJ, Bossingham MJ, Mattes RD, Campbell WW. ‘Increased dietary protein consumed at breakfast leads to an initial and sustained feeling of fullness during energy restriction compared to other meal times.’ Br J Nutr. 2009 Mar;101(6):798-803.
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