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2018/06/01 16:18:43 (permalink)
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Nuts and milk

does anyone know if drinking milk and eating nuts as a after gym snack is a good or bad idea.... There full of protein so can't see that there bad for me 
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    Airb0rne Warrior
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    Re: Nuts and milk 2018/06/01 16:31:02 (permalink)
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    Nothing wrong with nuts and milk but whey protein with water will deliver much quicker. Probably cheaper too.
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    john_waston
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    Re: Nuts and milk 2018/07/26 12:38:11 (permalink)
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    I often eat nuts after training. Sometimes he adds them to the Scrambled eggs
    . I think milk and nuts are a nice idea.
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    stinking_dylan
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    Re: Nuts and milk 2018/07/26 12:59:06 (permalink)
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    As Airborne described.  Nothing wrong with either of them, but they are kind of the opposite to what you want post workout.
     
    Ideally, you want a quickly available protein source and potentially (depending on goals, next training session and training intensity) a carbohydrate source which will not interfere with the protein.  Which is why water, whey, maltodextrin and/or dextrose are such a popular choice.
     
    The milk provides a slowly available protein and the nuts provide fat and fibre.  All things which you do not really want post workout (they would be more suitable to a pre-bed snack).

    Lifter, runner and founder of nuutrii, a free recipe analyses tool for athletes.
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    simonboyle
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    Re: Nuts and milk 2018/07/26 15:09:47 (permalink)
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    It's fine if you can stomach it.
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    Re: Nuts and milk 2018/07/27 17:07:49 (permalink)
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    low fat chocolate milk would be a better idea.
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    simonboyle
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    Re: Nuts and milk 2018/07/27 20:10:47 (permalink)
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    Why?
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    Re: Nuts and milk 2018/07/30 07:02:30 (permalink)
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    Because it contains protein and sugar, and it's low in fat and fibre.

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    Re: Nuts and milk 2018/08/30 18:04:09 (permalink)
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    Charleshannibal
    does anyone know if drinking milk and eating nuts as a after gym snack is a good or bad idea.... There full of protein so can't see that there bad for me 


    I think it's a good idea.. Because nuts are good source of fats and milk is full of protein.
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