hi im 15 and 6ft.3 i am working on a program to loose weight but also gain muscel, i have been wanting to take whey protein for months now since i have been goin to the gym, but my mom and dad dont want me to take it but i made a deal with my dad that if i could ask a doctor about this he would let me have it and that the doctor said it can be suitable to use from the work that i do. now im tlking to you and anyone else out there but im asking you. is it ok for me to take it ???????????????. And because i do the gym 3 hours a day and 1 hour cadio so in total 4 hours in the gym everyday and i think because i see everyone else my own age or a bit older using this stuff so should i be alllowed. so i am in desprate need of an answere as soon as possible more than likely from an expert as soon as posssible feel free to post ur own message.
I wouldn't recommend taking protein. Protein is supposed to be for those who are weight trainers in place of certain meals or snacks. It's not healthy for a teen to do this. You might cause hormonal changes in your body by doing so. (Hyperandrogenism).
ok thank you im looking more into it and all i have talked to an expert doctor my own doctor and he says that its not good to take whey protein powder , but if i take hemp protein powder instead because its natural look it up its the real stuff thank you again .
Thank you both but i dnt know how to favorite or rate ur comments on my phone so ill just say it the first review was he best and ill give 100% for it. Secound answere ill give maybe 15% for not answereing my quistion and for being annoying
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