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ipidenja nljhzxn voted up Don Barzini's answer

This is comparable to putting premium fuel in a car that runs on regular gas, wasting money.

The point of supplementing protein is to provide nourishment and rebuilding material to tissue broken down by strenuous exercise, or to provide protein in a diet otherwise devoid of it. If neither of these apply to you, then … Read more

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ipidenja nljhzxn voted up Moga Deet's answer

Just consuming protein won't do a thing to help you increase your strength or muscle mass.  Consuming excess protein, over the long run, stresses your kidneys and is dangerous. 

There is no substitute for exercise!  You don't need to spend a lot of time.  Working with low weights consistently will get you toned.  Just have … Read more