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Bane CS
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2014/03/20 18:59:53 (permalink)
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Pre bed meal

Anyone got any low carb suggestions? At the moment I mix my bed time protein blend with 250g of low fat natural yoghurt, cause I really can't stomach it on its own
Anyone got any very low carb suggestions apart from just mixing it with water? I know it's only 15 grams of carbs but I'm cutting
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/20 19:12:51 (permalink)
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If you don't want carbs you'll probably have to settle for some artificial flavouring of some sort. I'd have a look down the drinking chocolate aisle in your local supermarket. Should find something.
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/20 20:31:35 (permalink)
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its more the consistancy of the protein blend i cant do, got chocolate smooth flavour
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/21 08:23:10 (permalink)
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its more the consistancy of the protein blend i cant do, got chocolate smooth flavour


Add more water?
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/21 13:45:39 (permalink)
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I use total 0% Greek yogurt with a scoop of vanilla whey protein.
 
200 cals. 40 grams protein and almost no carbs.
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/21 14:11:23 (permalink)
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I use total 0% Greek yogurt with a scoop of vanilla whey protein.
 
200 cals. 40 grams protein and almost no carbs.


The missus uses that. Was going to suggest that but I thought I must have more carbs. I been missing out! Lol
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/21 15:43:51 (permalink)
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Bacon and eggs... Classic!

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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/21 18:39:50 (permalink)
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i used to use the lidl 1% version and that has 15g of carbs
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/21 18:57:38 (permalink)
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Total has 4g carbs per 100g.
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/21 23:41:02 (permalink)
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1 tsp of Truiva or any sweetener makes one hell of a difference to 0% greek yogurt.
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/22 22:23:02 (permalink)
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Love Truvia. Top stuff.
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/24 09:41:31 (permalink)
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Casein Shake with Water? Very low carbs.
Cottage Cheese, quite low carbs.
Scrambled eggs.
 
All are suitable pre bed meals imo.
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/25 22:22:31 (permalink)
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Got to have IMO the Greek yog 0% with a scoop of Isolate great night time meal.
Or just get a malt loaf a large pack of Lurpack butter and look at it dont eat it just look at it ;)
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/26 09:26:28 (permalink)
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Got to have IMO the Greek yog 0% with a scoop of Isolate great night time meal.
Or just get a malt loaf a large pack of Lurpack butter and look at it dont eat it just look at it ;)


Strong bed time bulk.
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/26 10:49:15 (permalink)
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Quark with sweetener and artificial falvouring?  Check the brand though, becuase the one they have in Tesco has 4g of carbs (which is pretty high for quark).

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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/26 11:27:12 (permalink)
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Just buy a protein that you like the taste of
 

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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/03/31 16:23:00 (permalink)
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The best food items to drink before bedtime are any dairy product such as yogurt, cottage cheese, or milk. Milk products take the body longer to digest, so you don’t have to worry about the body feeding on itself while you are sleeping and also leave apart of your bulking shake for this period.
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/04/01 08:57:14 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby gavin882 2014/04/02 18:00:00
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Odo13
The best food items to drink before bedtime are any dairy product such as yogurt, cottage cheese, or milk. Milk products take the body longer to digest, so you don’t have to worry about the body feeding on itself while you are sleeping and also leave apart of your bulking shake for this period.




Not if you're lactose intolerant :-)

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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/04/02 13:57:10 (permalink)
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Anyone ever tried Protein Fluff?
 
Definitely hits the spot! ->  http://www.bodybuilding.c...-and-easy-recipes.html
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Re: Pre bed meal 2014/04/02 17:45:42 (permalink)
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Anyone ever tried Protein Fluff?
 
Definitely hits the spot! ->  http://www.bodybuilding.c...-and-easy-recipes.html


I gotta make that :)
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