How an embarrassing moment at dinner answered The question…..


Dear bodybuilder/Fitness Aspirant/Aspirer,

The fact that you are on this website tells me that you are serious about building a great physique.

You want that tanned, toned, muscular body that exudes health and charisma.


I get it. And you’re willing to put in the hard work at the gym to get this body.

But you know as well as I do that it takes more than just PUMPING IRON to achieve your goal.

You must give your torn down muscle fibers what they need to build them back up after a strenuous workout…

I’m talking about protein. And if you are reading the popular fitness mags and following the advice of all the gurus, I’m sure you are a little bit CONFUSED!

Hell. They’re all shouting:

…”Protein! Lots of it!”

…”You need 2 grams of protein per pound of body weight or it will be nearly impossible to gain muscle!”

…”Your body can only digest 30 or so grams of protein per meal!”

…”And if you don’t eat it every three hours, your nitrogen balance will turn negative and you’ll start LOSING MUSCLE!”


Why, it’s enough to make your head start spinning around like that girl from the Exorcist movie!!!!

Now hold on. Take a deep breath and bear with me.

My name is Brad Pilon. I’m a former supplement developer and research scientist. And I’m about to tell you how an embarrassing moment at an important dinner party opened my eyes and led to the creation of a book that answers ALL your questions…Debunks the myths and leads you forward in your quest for Large, Beautiful Muscles.

I can still remember the first time I realized that protein might not be the iron- clad muscle builder it was made out to be.

It was during a very exclusive dinner in Glasgow, Scotland, where I had just put the finishing touches on a new research contract examining the muscle building and ergogenic (performance enhancing) effects of a new supplement.

It was a night of firsts for me; It was my first time to Scotland. My first time trying scotch and blood pudding (and later in my trip, haggis). And it was the first time I ever had a world renowned scientist openly question my belief in protein…and in front of a table full of academics no less!

It was during the closing comments of the dinner when the subject of protein came up. I made a suggestion that adding protein to the new formula may in fact increase the muscle building effects. The lead scientist looked at me and said “Brad, if you BELIEVE in protein, then we will add it into the formula.”

Whoah! Wait a minute!

I realized then and there that I was missing some vital information about the connection between protein and building muscle.


I knew after that night that I had to go back and re-study protein and its role in building muscle.

As I said before, the gurus all have a lot to say about protein. There is a popular research paper from 2001 quoted in most of the articles on protein. This paper was published in The Journal of Physiology (A very reputable publication!)

This study showed that when it comes to protein---“Timing is everything” You have to eat it every 3 hours, right after your workout, etc. Well, it turns out, that the subjects of this trial were older men in their 70’s and the post-workout supplement only contained 10 grams of protein!

So who are you gonna believe? Where can you turn?

I’m here to help you.

I have written an ebook called: HOW MUCH PROTEIN?




And in it I have compiled all my research into an easy to understand format that explains and answers ALL your questions about protein and muscle building.

Here’s just a small sample of what you’ll get in the book:

  • Why figuring out your protein needs based on a formula such as 2.2 grams per pound of bodyweight is the WRONG way to figure out how much protein you need...
  • Are you following the recommended amounts of protein given by the AMDA or RDA? If so, you’re doing it completely wrong! (page 24-26)
  • A mind-blowing nitrogen balance study that baffled even the researchers executing the study! (page 81)
  • A study done in 2008 by the Food and Nutrition Board proves whether or not nitrogen balance REALLY makes a difference in building muscle.
  • Could you possibly need as little protein that’s found in a ½ glass of milk to supply your daily needs? Find out on page 26!
  • Ever get an upset stomach or “rather pungent flatulence?” I’ll tell you why this is most likely happening on page 27.
  • Or why eating 10 times more protein doesn’t necessarily equal 10 times more muscle.

And Much, Much More!

So, you have questions? I have answers. Let me help you achieve that muscular body you desire.

For only $37.00 (A trial is also available). Click buy it now to find out more!

Buy it now and instantly receive the book “How Much Protein”

P.S. Don't forget the books comes with a 100% iron-clad money back guarantee that lasts for 56 days. Don't enjoy it, or find it insightful?, simply return it without question. 

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About Me

Hi, my name is Joseph

I’m a U.S. AirForce Veteran, College Graduate with 352 credits mixed by undergrad/professional and graduate school. I am an Entrepreneur and enjoy sharing my interest and love for fitness and Entrepreneurship with everyone. I have lofty, obtainable goals for my website. 

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