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2011/03/12 20:52:11 (permalink)
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SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED?

Should you change the whey you use around like you would a routine, a friend told me that ur body gets used to the same stuff and it doesnt work? i beleave he is wrong? if that was the case then surly its the same for food?

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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/12 21:13:56 (permalink)
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    Yes i would also agree that he is wrong.
    Someone may prove otherwise, but as long as you dont just consume whey then will be fine, make sure your diet is a good mix



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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/12 21:34:49 (permalink)
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    thanks m8, think im going to turn it to a chicken or a tuna soon.
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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 04:03:57 (permalink)
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    Whey is FOOD (it's a protein fraction of milk), there is no need to 'cycle' it although it may be worth switching to another brand if you feel your current whey isn't up to standard (they all vary enormously in quality).

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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 08:28:59 (permalink)
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    I've found a brand that I'm happy with but what I do is vary my use of the products to see which works best. I'll take an All in One for a couple of months and then go back to a basic whey for post workout and also vary my intake of creatine etc.

    I think that an element of experimentation is best to see how your body reacts to various supplements.
    Just make a note of what your taking in your training log.
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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 10:35:37 (permalink)
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    RickMiller

    Whey is FOOD (it's a protein fraction of milk), there is no need to 'cycle' it although it may be worth switching to another brand if you feel your current whey isn't up to standard (they all vary enormously in quality).



    Spot on just what I was going to say having read the original post!
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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 11:05:03 (permalink)
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    BICOS

    Should you change the whey you use around like you would a routine, a friend told me that ur body gets used to the same stuff and it doesnt work? i beleave he is wrong? if that was the case then surly its the same for food?

     
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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 13:23:27 (permalink)
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    I read something by Eric Serrano and he said you should rotate and switch brands of protein like you should with food in order to help avoid food allergies and intoleranes. I think he said every couple of weeks. 
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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 14:45:38 (permalink)
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    BICOS

    Should you change the whey you use around like you would a routine


    No.

    MonkeyMagic

    I read something by Eric Serrano and he said you should rotate and switch brands of protein like you should with food in order to help avoid food allergies and intoleranes. I think he said every couple of weeks. 


    No.

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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 14:50:21 (permalink)
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    Eric Serrano should be given a lifetime ban from writing articles on bodybuilding, and possibly also on breathing.

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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 15:39:15 (permalink)
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    Your friend may have meant use different protein within your diet,and not just whey.

    Personally I like to use eggs,whey,chicken,beef or lamb etc.

    I do also use different brands for protein,usually just for a change,nothing to do with my body getting used to them,more bored of them.

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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 15:50:34 (permalink)
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    I like trying new proteins for the flavour aspect.  You'd get bored of eating the same thing eveuy mealtime, so why use the same protein ALL the time?  Other than that you may change protein-types for certain circumstances (e.g. use an isolate pwo, or casein pre-bed etc).  But as for your body "getting used" to the protein and it not "working" - this is incorrect.

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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 15:57:29 (permalink)
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    Eric Serrano should be given a lifetime ban from writing articles on bodybuilding, and possibly also on breathing.

    Why?
     
     
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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/13 20:06:31 (permalink)
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    Eric Serrano should be given a lifetime ban from writing articles on bodybuilding, and possibly also on breathing.
     
     

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    Re:SHOULD WHEY BE CHANGED? 2011/03/17 11:21:18 (permalink)
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    Remember the PCT after your whey cycle.
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