How Effective Are Protein Shakes For Weight Loss? | Nutritionist Explains… | Myprotein

Protein shakes for weight loss — how can they help and are they effective?

If you’re currently on a weight loss journey and want to know whether protein shakes can help your progress, you’ve come to the right place.

We got performance nutritionist, Ed Whittaker, to break things down for us in this simple, easy-to-follow video. He gets to the bottom of whether a high-protein diet can help with management, as well as covering how important it is for muscle preservation while you’re cutting down on the calories.

When it comes to weight loss advice, there’s an overwhelming amount of information to trawl through and it can be hard to know what’s a fact and what’s just a fad. We’re serving up the science-backed truth to help you make better decisions and get to those goals.

Still got questions? Let us know in the comments below!


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