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Gains using proteins

I was wondering if it is a good idea to take proteins every day you do PE.I think it would be good to ensure your body has enough supplements to recover fast and healthier.. Can it make a difference , what do you think guys?

And also I was wondering other things like .. Isn’t there any way to make your penis recover quicker , so you could actually achieve quicker gains.And other thing,everybody is different right .. Some have quick metabolisms , others not .. So why the rest time should be equal to everyone , every guy here should find his optimal rest time to achieve optimal gains.Do you know what is creatine and glutamine?These are supplements for bodybuilders .. But glutamine is for cells quick recovery - so the serious bodybuilders make 2 sessions on 1 day using this kind of stuff , it is not harmful(nothing anabolic for sure).So can it be via there supplements to do 2 sessions on 1 day .. It would be like 2 times faster PE.

From my knowledge (I’ve been taking a whey protein supplement for a couple of weeks for my running), the healing properties of it may help PE. If the theory of micro-tears constantly healing in the penis is correct, then this protein may help heal faster and stronger. Of coure, it is difficult to say a definitive ‘yes’ or ‘no’, purely due to individual differences in anatomy.

Creatine’s water retention properties may also give you a better flaccid hang, which could be an added bonus.

But just like PE, make sure you read up on what you plan on taking. Taking too much protein or creatine can damage your kidneys if you don’t know what you’re doing. Too much protein can also sap your body of needed calcium and B vitamins. Just like PE do some research on supplements before you start. In terms of protein, whey is the way I’d go as it has calcium in it. Read the labels.

^ That’s new to me. I take Muscle Milk and Creatine. How much is too much?

A factor, yes, but more an issue of how much protein you take in during any given feeding. You can take significant amounts if you don’t dump it all into your body at once.

Creatine is about 5g a day for maintenance, usually started at the beginning with what is called a load phase (using about 15-25g a day for 4-5 days until the muscles are saturated).

Yeah, Buster’s right about that. You don’t want to eat like a 16 oz steak and then down a protein shake. All in all though, your body is only going to use what it needs. The rest is going to be excreted out of your body through urine and feces (money down the drain in some cases). Which is where the the potential problem with the kidneys may occur. If you read the directions and do a little research you should be fine. Make sure you cycle on and off of either protein of creatine, especially the latter. Usually it’s like 6 weeks on 6 weeks off. This gives your body a chance to recuperate and helps avoid your body getting too used to either supplement. There are also natural/herbal supplements that deal with cleaning the liver and or kidneys. Milk thistle and sesame seed oil are two I know of.

I heard the human body can only properly digest 30grams or so of protein during a single sitting. Which is why most protein shake servings are only 30 grams.


Starting Stats - 6.25 NBEL X 5.75 EG Mid 6.9 BPEL

Current- Haven't started yet, lol

Goal - 7 1/2 - 7.75 NBEL X 6 EG

West where did you hear that from? That would be valuable information.

I don’t think you’ll need extra protein. I mean your penis isn’t a muscle and a penis is small compared to the rest of your body. Your body is getting enough protein from normal foods. About glutamine and creatine I don’t know.

You should try reading this thread.. It has some valuable stuff on use of proteins during PE.


Started: BPEL: 13 cm / EG: 10.5 cm // 27-06-07

Now: BPEL: 14.1 cm / EG: 10.7 cm // 18-10-07

Goal: BPEL: 17 cm / EG: 13 cm // Soon ;)

Originally Posted by AJ007
Yeah, Buster’s right about that. You don’t want to eat like a 16 oz steak and then down a protein shake. All in all though, your body is only going to use what it needs. The rest is going to be excreted out of your body through urine and feces (money down the drain in some cases). Which is where the the potential problem with the kidneys may occur. If you read the directions and do a little research you should be fine. Make sure you cycle on and off of either protein of creatine, especially the latter. Usually it’s like 6 weeks on 6 weeks off. This gives your body a chance to recuperate and helps avoid your body getting too used to either supplement. There are also natural/herbal supplements that deal with cleaning the liver and or kidneys. Milk thistle and sesame seed oil are two I know of.

Protein has calories just like carbohydrates and fat. If you eat 5000 calories of protein a day you will get fat (unless you require 5000 calories a day to maintain your present body weight.) You will not simply excrete the excess protein. Creatine is a natural component of foods like steak. If you cycle off protein, your body and health will be in serious jeopardy.

Chrono, balanced diet is the key, not only proteins. Simply, your body needs enough energy (carbohydrates) to process that proteins, and also fat which is reach in vitamins. Check some bodybuilding sites for detailed answer how much p/c/f your body needs.

Originally Posted by goin4it
Protein has calories just like carbohydrates and fat. If you eat 5000 calories of protein a day you will get fat (unless you require 5000 calories a day to maintain your present body weight.) You will not simply excrete the excess protein. Creatine is a natural component of foods like steak. If you cycle off protein, your body and health will be in serious jeopardy.

Goin4it, you must not know too much about nutrition to say something like that. Yes creatine is a naturally occurring substance, but that’s about the only part of your response that is correct. First off, the body cannot store extra protein. It stores fat. Any excess that the body cannot use is excreted from the body. (See: http://www.thedoctorwillseeyounow.c…tion/protein_2/ or http://www.webmd.com/news/20000425/protein-popularity). Fat is stored as a survival technique. Carbohydrates and fat have a lot more calories than protein see Atkin’s diet. So a diet of 5000 calories of fat/carbs is A LOT different than a diet of 5000 calories of protein. You wouldn’t get all those calories anyway because the body rids itself of unneeded protein. Finally, I think it’s pretty obvious what I meant when I said cycling off of protein I.e. The supplement not protein itself. Come on, use some common sense. It’s nearly impossible to eliminate all protein if you’re eating a balanced diet.

Originally Posted by sed26
West where did you hear that from? That would be valuable information.

I completely forget where. I forgot if somebody told me this or if it when I was researching protein powders. That being said, almost any protein power serving never exceeds the 30-40 grams range.


Starting Stats - 6.25 NBEL X 5.75 EG Mid 6.9 BPEL

Current- Haven't started yet, lol

Goal - 7 1/2 - 7.75 NBEL X 6 EG

I’m on glutamine, protein, creatine, tribulus, gingko biloba, multi-vitamin, fish oil.. I’ve gained fast maybe it’s the supplements ?


FUTURE - - nbp 7.5" x 5.75 =Success

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