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2014/10/15 20:26:46 (permalink)

Good protein for weightloss focused diet

Like the title says. At the minute i'm using PHD Diet whey after weights and the morning after if am sore.
 
Is this ok or is there another brand that would be more effective for weight loss goals?
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Re: Good protein for weightloss focused diet 2014/10/15 20:37:36 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby simonboyle 2014/10/16 04:38:22
Tbh mate, I'd focus more on your carb intake for weightloss.
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Re: Good protein for weightloss focused diet 2014/10/15 20:42:57 (permalink)
Yeah, I've never even considered changing my whey choice, can't imagine there's much of a difference at all is there and easily adjusted for anyway

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Re: Good protein for weightloss focused diet 2014/10/15 20:55:59 (permalink)
Diet is well in hand and has completely changed, Minimal carbs in it, high protein and veg/fruit intake. Everything as far as possible gets steamed.
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Re: Good protein for weightloss focused diet 2014/10/15 21:59:15 (permalink)
Whey wont matter as long as were talking something decent. Regular readers on the forum will know what that is as we out anyone not selling first grade protein :) .
 
Any decent WPC around 80% mark will be fine for 9 out of 10 people . For lactose reasons or really cutting the extra carbs someone may want Isolate but were not talking major differences.
 
I like the PHD stuff ive tried lately.
 
 



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Re: Good protein for weightloss focused diet 2014/10/16 04:40:42 (permalink)
Whey is irrelevant for fat loss, it doesn't enhance or hinder it, it is a protein source. Diet, cardio, maybe some stims.
Could swap all your whey for chicken, won't affect fat loss.
And diet wheys are generally p*sh, just whey with a few unproven ingredients added. 
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Re: Good protein for weightloss focused diet 2014/10/16 09:44:17 (permalink)
simonboyle
Whey is irrelevant for fat loss, it doesn't enhance or hinder it, it is a protein source. Diet, cardio, maybe some stims.
Could swap all your whey for chicken, won't affect fat loss.
And diet wheys are generally p*sh, just whey with a few unproven ingredients added. 




Agree, i'd always choose isolate over the diet wheys - are you not loosing anything West? or just curious if there was a better choice?
 
 
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Re: Good protein for weightloss focused diet 2014/10/16 10:43:12 (permalink)
use a bulk supplier or eat more protein food
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Re: Good protein for weightloss focused diet 2014/10/16 10:58:00 (permalink)
Should only really be using whey PWO anyway.  If it's a quality pro supplement you need for use during wheight loss, I would look more at decent casien, but again, as long as there's no carbs added and it's of decent quality then not going to matter.

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Re: 2014/10/16 12:16:05 (permalink)
I've time restrictions on breaks in work so eating more isnt always practical
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Re: 2014/10/16 12:46:23 (permalink)
Can you drink?  Maybe try smoothies?  Better than just a pro shake as they contain whole food, and you can make a great low carb MRP with casien, egg, flax (or nut butters), almond milk and spinach.  I often use this low carb smoothie in work during rest periods when I get a bit concerned about my calorie and carb intake...
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Re: 2014/10/16 21:00:51 (permalink)
Well judging by tonight,  i'm going the right way anyway, so won't change protein for now
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Re: 2014/10/17 12:26:29 (permalink)
good call.
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