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Whey Protein Retailer, Muscular Development Magazine, Affirms Protein-Rich Breakfast Regulates Eating

April 25, 2013

Following an article published by The Maneater detailing how a protein-rich breakfast improves appetite control, Muscular Development magazine affirms that protein assists in regulating eating habits.

Setauket, NY (PRWEB) April 25, 2013

On April 25, 2013, Muscular Development Magazine responds to an article published by The Maneater, which discusses a study that found eating a breakfast high in protein could improve eating habits.

According to the article published by The Maneater, a University of Missouri professor conducted a study, which found that people who eat breakfast with a high protein content actually have healthier eating habits throughout the day. The article says Assistant Professor Heather Leidy, a member of the MU Nutrition and Exercise Physiology Department, studied 20 overweight females from ages 18 to 20.

The participants were split into groups, the article says. Some skipped breakfast, while others ate a breakfast with a normal amount of protein or ate a breakfast with a high amount of protein. Leidy and her team of researchers monitored caloric intake, dietary fat, fiber, sugar and energy density. The study found that the participants who ate a high-protein breakfast snacked less during the day.

Brian Turner, a spokesperson for Muscular Development magazine, says protein supplements are not just for people who want to gain muscle. “Protein powders could be used for strictly nutritional purposes as well,” Turner says. “This study shows that protein fills people up more and gives their body the nutrients needed to regulate dietary intake. If people want to eat healthy and consume fewer sugary foods, they should try to eat more protein.”

Turner says that whey protein is a really effective supplement for many people looking to stay fit and maintain a healthy lifestyle. “Whey protein, while an effective muscle-building substance, is also a really good way for people to consume the proper amount of protein,” he says. “Some people, especially when they´re busy, don´t have time to eat a big breakfast. It might be beneficial to make a whey protein shake to give you the vitamins and minerals you need while filling you up. This doesn´t take long at all and it could improve your daily eating habits.”

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