A shaving question. After I shave, there is a rash, only on my chin, of little white bumps. They only show up on my chin and I dont treat that any differently than any other area on my face. Anyone come across this?
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whey protein has never been linked to kidney damage.
maybe if you already have kidney problems, you should use moderation. but normal people will not cause kidney damage by taking excess whey protein. Worse case scenerio, there wasting there money by taking to much.
Last edited by rawz; 06-05-2009 at 05:30 AM.
Whey protein is not the cause of kidney problems more than any other protein, but if you already get enough protein and are looking to supplement, be sure to keep your water intake high and your carb intake at least fairly high. Over-supplementing with protein over a long period of time will damage the kidneys, as most Americans already get 2 to 2 1/2 times the protein they need.
Decent article: http://www.doctoryourself.com/kidney2.html
Time for some hootenanny.
"Taking protein at high doses as never been linked to kidney failure.
There are absolutely no documented or recorded whey protein side effects. Whey is derived from milk during cheese manufacturing so itís totally safe to consume. It is a natural food substance and is as safe to take as milk itself!"
Quote from article as provided by above link.
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Since I woke up today/yesterday (weird sleeping pattern at the moment), I've had some knee pain. It's been aching when I'm sitting or lying down, and really hurts when I'm getting up out of a chair.
It feels like some sort of ligament. It's on the inside/top of both knee caps. Anyone know what it could be?
I've not done a ton of excersise (although I've done some) over the last few days, and I'm not terribly overweight or anything.
Every time I get substantial sleep (read 6+ hours for a night or 3+ for a nap), I wake up and my head is really foggy and it takes about an hour for it to clear, unless I get some coffee or 5 hour energy, which speeds up the process a bit.
I'm wondering if it's sleep apnea, and if it's depriving my brain of oxygen while I sleep? Any ideas?
I have a little trouble focusing on details and stuff. Like I could shower and brush my teeth, but if I came on the computer to post at PSD, I might start talking about batting average and RBIs.