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Rheo Blair is known in the bodybuilding world as the man who invented protein powder. He was born in New Jersey on October 9, 1921. As a child he was sickly. He spent a lot of his time researching about nutrition and exercise to help improve his own health. He then made a move to Chicago, Illinois and started a bodybuilding gym. He soon became very well known for developing a powered protein mix called Hi-Protein. He was selling this supplement in the many of top muscle magazines, one of them being Iron Man. He was able to take regular people and make them into winning bodybuilders in record time. There were no steroids used.
He made his way to California and became a nutritionist. Some actors and actresses and bodybuilders followed him and took his advice. He would give them a high protein diet made of lean meats, eggs, milk, vegetables and fruit. You would have to take a protein of milk and eggs mixed with some fruits for a bit of flavor, three times a day. With every meal enzyme supplements and hydrochloric acid was to be taken to help the person digest the protein. You could build muscle and lose fat on this program.
He would experiment with the bodybuilders and put some of them on different diets to see what would happen and how well it would work. Some bodybuilders would have a milk and egg diet and others would have an all meat diet. It would be a meat and water diet for one or three days, never for one week. Being on this type of diet, the bodybuilder was not to expect to gain any muscle.
Having the milk and egg protein diet was going to build muscle. The ones that were on the meat diet, if they have too much phosphorus from the meats that would cause the person to be a bit shaky. That would then bring on anxiety, insomnia, restlessness and fatigue. He found out that the correct way to do this was to have three ounces of his protein that provided 1100 mg of calcium and 675 mg. of phosphorus. He would continue to learn what worked and what didnít work.
He learned that lactose was going to be an important ingredient in his program. Milk sugar would produce a lot of B-Vitamins and would help the intestinal bacteria to grow. The lactose helped keep the body from converting proteins into carbohydrates. Doing this, lean muscle tissue was going to build. He taught the bodybuilder so much when he was here and studying all about bodybuilding.
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