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2007/06/19 20:35:35 (permalink)
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Whey replacement?

Well, I'm on holiday this summer.
One of the hotels has a gym with free weights.
Of course I'm going to do FULL body workout the night that I'm there.
However, I'm not going to take any whey protein with me on holiday.
What can I use instead?
I'll still have fruit after workout, and PWO chicken of something.

But what could I use instead of Whey?

Would I need something to take it's place??

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    Daari
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    RE: Whey replacement? 2007/06/19 20:38:48 (permalink)
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    you need something quick acting. milk has around 3.4g protein per 100ml. roughly 20% of this is whey

    egg whites are faster 'acting' than whole foods IIRC
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    RE: Whey replacement? 2007/06/19 20:40:07 (permalink)
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    Milk is slow acting isn't it?
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    RE: Whey replacement? 2007/06/19 20:40:30 (permalink)
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    you really dont need it if its for one night.
    on the other hand if its for one night why not just bring enough in the shaker?
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    RE: Whey replacement? 2007/06/19 20:41:33 (permalink)
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    I never think of that!
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    RE: Whey replacement? 2007/06/19 20:45:52 (permalink)
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    Why not try egg whites?

    Whey in a shaker?
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    RE: Whey replacement? 2007/06/19 20:51:21 (permalink)
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    Milk is slow acting isn't it?


    80% of milk protein is slow acting micellar casein
    20% of milk protein is fast acting whey

    so generally...yes milk is slow acting
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    RE: Whey replacement? 2007/06/19 20:56:35 (permalink)
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    If it's only one night then i would'nt worry or make too big a deal of it.

    Just get a meal down you as soon as you can post workout.

    Eggs, chicken, etc... will be fine.
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