Protein consumption is not directly proportional to the bituha growth :-)
There was a case when I was asked how much I will gain if I drink a can of protein? The weight of the can itself was 3 kg, and the guy really thought that he would gain at least 3 kg from the can.
Seriously, protein supplementation is an addition to your diet for balanced nutrition to achieve your goal. The goal can be both weight gain and weight loss. Yes, for example, when compiling a diet, they cut back on carbohydrates and add whey protein isolate to compensate for energy costs instead of carbohydrates.
But we advise you to use any sports supplement under the supervision of a specialist who will help you correctly schedule a diet and admission rate based on your data.
Protein must be consumed correctly. and calculate the dose for body weight using the calculator http://vsocs.ru here you can see the calculator for both food and body weight.
I think the previous answer is incorrect, since it is not how much protein you consume that matters for gaining muscle mass, but your diet in general, especially since sports nutrition is just a way to compensate for the lack of nutrients for athletes who cannot get with them from regular food in the required amount for one reason or another. Carbohydrates have the same importance in gaining muscle mass as proteins, if not more. The fact is that after a workout, the body seeks first of all to replenish its energy reserves, and if you do not give it the required amount of carbohydrates, it will simply begin to process the amino acids obtained during the breakdown of protein, this process is called glyconeogenesis. It is extremely ineffective to consume only protein food / mixtures after training, you also need to consume about 4 grams of carbohydrates with an average glycemic index per 1 kilogram of body weight. If you are worried that you are in a state of catabolism after training, then I can advise you to eat properly before training for about 1.5 hours, be sure to present complex carbohydrates with a low glycemic index in this meal. If this option does not suit you, then try various amino acid complexes, read about their use yourself. I hope that you will not scold me if I say that you also need to consume enough fat. This is not only about unsaturated fats, but also about saturated fats, since they are involved in the synthesis of testosterone, which is your main anabolic hormone. So your question is not so simple and I advise you to read the literature or at least watch a couple of video seminars on nutrition for bodybuilders and generally take the bodybuilding process more seriously. Switch sports publics in contact with more serious bodybuilding resources.
Protein is just another name for protein. For example, chicken contains a lot of protein, but for some reason, muscles do not grow from it. Protein (casein, etc.) is needed to gain mass more quickly, but nothing will grow from its simple use.))