________stimulates the action of insulin, a hormone that transports glucose from the blood into the muscles.
A. Protein
B. Fat
C. Potassium
D. Sodium

A. Protein. It stimulates the action of insulin, a hormone that transports glucose from the blood into the muscles. [ Reference: 'Protein aids all important glycogen replacement in the initial hour after excercise; it stimulates the action of insulin, a hormon that transports glucose from the blood into the muscles. A good quality soy & whey protein powder supplement can help to top up your

protein intake. Sufficient protein intake – 2 gramms per 1 kilo of body weight.' ]

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