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2006/07/08 16:31:28 (permalink)

Comment on this Suppliment please

My usual "Nutrisport 90+" was sold out when i went to the health shop to get some, so i'll just order some online. In case you're wondering, its this:

Ingredients:
Whey Protein Isolate (65%).
Isolated Undernatured Micellar Casein (33&).


So instead i got this for now, which i hadn't seen before:

Ingredients:
Whey protein concentrate, maltodextrin.

Since its said to get protein AND complex carbs in each meal, then when im using this suppliment, would it be better than just the protein alone as with the "90+" stuff? - Im assuming maltodextrin is the complex carbs part? (as i've never heard of the stuff)

Would it be better to have both, taking the one PWO and one before bed? Micellar Casein is slower absorbed so would be better before bed you see.

Any comments?


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    RE: Comment on this Suppliment please 2006/07/08 16:37:39 (permalink)
    Maltodextrin is a complex carbohydrate with a very high GI, similar to that of glucose, yet is still classed as a complex carb. It is basically made from corn starch and is very easily digestable.

    Take the Casein before bed.

    The protein and malto as PWO.
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    RE: Comment on this Suppliment please 2006/07/08 16:43:19 (permalink)

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    Take the Casein before bed.

    The protein and malto as PWO.



    That's what i thought i should do. Thanks for confirming.

    PS. what's "high GI"?

    Is it something the vientamese ladies used to say to the american soldiers when they greeted them?

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    RE: Comment on this Suppliment please 2006/07/08 16:57:02 (permalink)
    Its OK mate, i looked it up:

    What is the Glycemic Index?
    Not all carbohydrate foods are created equal, in fact they behave quite differently in our bodies. The glycemic index or GI describes this difference by ranking carbohydrates according to their effect on our blood glucose levels. Choosing low GI carbs - the ones that produce only small fluctuations in our blood glucose and insulin levels - is the secret to long-term health reducing your risk of heart disease and diabetes and is the key to sustainable weight loss.


    Gez!, so High GI foods aren't good then?

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    RE: Comment on this Suppliment please 2006/07/08 17:07:03 (permalink)
    They have their place in the diet, yes, i.e. PWO.
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    RE: Comment on this Suppliment please 2006/07/08 20:24:46 (permalink)
    i would nt use the protein my self,
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    RE: Comment on this Suppliment please 2006/07/09 14:34:43 (permalink)
    go get an unflavoured whey in bulk, and add some cordial for taste, much much cheaper !
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