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2009/07/26 00:06:08 (permalink)
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Whey protein?

Been told its good, can anyone confirm?

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    markfj
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    Re:Whey protein? 2009/07/26 00:37:05 (permalink)
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    It is what it is mate....protein

    Can only help if your diet is already good really, its just a convenient source and good PWO, but whole foods definately are more important!
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    Re:Whey protein? 2009/07/26 00:41:54 (permalink)
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    Dont worry, im still in the process of sorting out a good diet. :) But Thanks!
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    Re:Whey protein? 2009/07/26 00:46:27 (permalink)
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    no worries, dont know how that came across mate, wasnt trying to be smart.... but when I was younger and knew nothing about nutrition I drank prtoein shakes thinking they were going to help alot.... my diet wasnt anywhere near good enough so you would expect it did nothing, just waste of money

    Good luck mate, you posted in the diet section?
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    Re:Whey protein? 2009/07/26 01:06:49 (permalink)
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    Erm, not yet. The problem is, bodybuilding costs alot. And at the moment in time, i cant really afford to be buying all these special diet foods & nutrients. So im just, exploring, then hopefully soon i will be able to start looking into special dietry things, as i know that is a main concern.
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    Re:Whey protein? 2009/07/26 01:09:43 (permalink)
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    Special diet foods aren't required mate! The best sources of protein are eggs, chicken, tuna, red meat, etc. Stuff most people eat all the time anyway! You just have to eat more of it

    "Be adequate"
     
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    Re:Whey protein? 2009/07/26 01:10:59 (permalink)
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    I presume you want to bulk?

    If you want to keep costs down, there are some cheap and good forms of protein out there, its not all that bad
    Eggs, Cottage Cheese/quark, chicken breasts, tinned tuna etc

    Carbs
    Bread, rice, oatcakes, quinoa etc arent that expensive either

    I know what you mean though... but If I am being honest and you are short of cash, supplements probably arent worth your time yet
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    Re:Whey protein? 2009/07/26 01:15:07 (permalink)
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    Ok, those cheap alternatives are possible.
     
    I'll post on the diet thread. Thanks for your help.
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    Re:Whey protein? 2009/07/26 13:08:59 (permalink)
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    JackPack - if you wanna gain muscle you will have to go all out diet wise for optimal gains im afraid mate, you cant half heartly bodybuild unfortunately, you need your protein, carbs, fats, sleep, dedication, solid routine.
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