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2007/06/18 22:16:10 (permalink)
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theiopener . . could you continue please

cratine mono has no health problems associated with it that i know of as creatine is in meat. Mono may give you water bloat and protein shakes depending on what kind of protein is in it will not cause health issues what so ever, you may not get the best results from using whey all the time but ill leave it at that for ya


could you elaborate on this please, as i'm curious to know your opinion;

** you may not get the best results from using whey all the time but ill leave it at that **

the other thread got closed so i couldn't ask you there.

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    RE: theiopener . . could you continue please 2007/06/18 22:19:02 (permalink)
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    simply put whey is great PWO and if a solid protein source is to be consumed 30 mins after it due to its very fast digesting nature. So if a cut or a bulk is your goal whey is not advised for a meal when meal timings are 2-3 hours apart as nitrogen balance will be affected so best to use a protein blend if its for one of your main meals
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    RE: theiopener . . could you continue please 2007/06/18 22:21:33 (permalink)
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    thanks for the reply.

    . . .and which would you recommend ?
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    RE: theiopener . . could you continue please 2007/06/18 22:35:49 (permalink)
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    recommend what mate, protein blend? If powders then id say MP's bedtime extreme, if real food then cottage cheese mixed, fat free fromage frais, or wuark for casein and whey protein mix as they all have them in large quantities with regards to casein and small quantities with regards to whey. Remember the nursery rhyme little miss muffett, well her curds and whey were cottage cheese!
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    RE: theiopener . . could you continue please 2007/06/19 01:49:53 (permalink)
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    So would MP bedtime extreme constitute as a meal when cutting? as to my knowledge the protein blends are of the fast and slow absorbing?

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    RE: theiopener . . could you continue please 2007/06/19 08:52:29 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Keane

    So would MP bedtime extreme constitute as a meal when cutting? as to my knowledge the protein blends are of the fast and slow absorbing?

    Cheers

    You could have it as a meal yes as long as another macro accompanies it such as fats from nuts/seeds etc or a slow digesting carb source like some homemade oatcakes for example. Protein shakes are great for people who cant get solid food down them all day but make sure you simply dont use pure whey if timing is above 30 mins to your next meal
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