I work out in the gym three times a week, I’m not a bodybuilder but I want to have athletic physique.
I suffer from chronic hepatitis b for more than 10 years. Now I’m 30 year old.
It’s recommended that men who want to gain muscle mass should consume 2g of proteins per 1kg of weight. (Normally it’s 1g per 1 kg bodyweight). How is it like with people in our condition? Can this increased protein intake cause damage to the liver?
Can we even weightlift or do exercise in the gym? (Obviously, I don’t mean doing pushups or riding a stationary bike, but something more serious and demanding, like proper exercises)
Or are we supposed to find excitement in such activities as strolling in the parks and doing crosswords? Sorry for being sarcastic but I feel frustrated with limitations that are imposed on us.
(Also apologies for being repetitive, but I thought it’d be better to create a separate topic - maybe someone can share interesting thoughts)