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    Why is cottage cheese so good??

    ok everyone raves on about how good cottage cheese is before bed.. the one i have has 10.9 grams of protein and 4.6 g of saturated what is so good about this... it sounds fattening as..
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    Originally Posted by kylebarrow View Post
    ok everyone raves on about how good cottage cheese is before bed.. the one i have has 10.9 grams of protein and 4.6 g of saturated what is so good about this... it sounds fattening as..
    it contains casein,a form oif slow digestive protein.
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    Originally Posted by kylebarrow View Post
    ok everyone raves on about how good cottage cheese is before bed.. the one i have has 10.9 grams of protein and 4.6 g of saturated what is so good about this... it sounds fattening as..
    First of all there is no fat CC. I personally opt for low fat because its cheaper and taste better IMO.

    Secondly CC as P-kid said has casein protein which is slow digesting so good for the 8hr+ at nitght when ur sleeping and not getting anything into ur body.

    Thirdly - why the heck is saturated fat bad for u. It is good in moderation, as i am sure many others can back this up with articles and what not.
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    Originally Posted by kylebarrow View Post
    ok everyone raves on about how good cottage cheese is before bed.. the one i have has 10.9 grams of protein and 4.6 g of saturated what is so good about this... it sounds fattening as..
    i hope i will post this good, btw my first post:-) i am big fan of CC, not good taste but nutritionally very good. Container(450 gr,here in serbia:P) cost 2$ not cheep,but for me ok slow digesting proteins(best use it before sleep,to prevent catabolism,i prefer this rather than any supp but thats only me) On 100g:12gr P,1g C...0,5 fat! but again taste is so bad but i mux with can of tuna and its pretty ok, hope that helpped:P sorry if my eng is bad and GL
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    Originally Posted by Confuzzl3dOn3 View Post
    First of all there is no fat CC. I personally opt for low fat because its cheaper and taste better IMO.

    Secondly CC as P-kid said has casein protein which is slow digesting so good for the 8hr+ at nitght when ur sleeping and not getting anything into ur body.

    Thirdly - why the heck is saturated fat bad for u. It is good in moderation, as i am sure many others can back this up with articles and what not.
    Good post =D

    Yea, about the fat free cottage cheese, another great advantage of it is that you get the highest amount of casein protein for the lowest amount of fat and sugars of any other dairy product other than greek yogurt if ur watching ur cals.
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    you can always eat some flesh (meat, chicken, fish) as your pre-bed protein source.

    I challenge anyone to cite any science that shows your body will start burning muscle during sleep if you choose steak or chicken instead of cottage cheese.
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    Another reason why cottage cheese is good, for those looking to get or stay lean is it is not something you (the discipline challenged) are going to pig out, and eat tons of calories.

    Seriously, I don't care how hungry you are or how much you like it, there's no way you're gonna start slammin' tubs of cottage cheese like Ben & Jerry's.
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    Originally Posted by snorkelman View Post
    you can always eat some flesh (meat, chicken, fish) as your pre-bed protein source.

    I challenge anyone to cite any science that shows your body will start burning muscle during sleep if you choose steak or chicken instead of cottage cheese.
    Well, this is not because CC isn't great, it is because meat is also rather slow digestive protein......
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    Originally Posted by Valjean View Post
    Good post =D

    Yea, about the fat free cottage cheese, another great advantage of it is that you get the highest amount of casein protein for the lowest amount of fat and sugars of any other dairy product other than greek yogurt if ur watching ur cals.
    Man I can't find any decent greek yoghurt in australia at the supermarket. They all have next to no protein - like max 7-8g for 100g of the stuff. Fat free stuff usually has even lower, and pretty high in carbs too like 10g per 100g. How the heck cna i go about finding good high protein greek yoghurt
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    I don't like cottage cheese. The stuff we have here is very ****ty in terms of macros.

    I eat steak before bed instead. Pepper steak 24/7/365 babyyy hahaha
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    I use it when making protein pancakes and a few other delicious concoctions that I've created and I cannot eat it straight any more.

    Anyways, at night your body would break down muscle if
    1) Your liver glycogen is nearing depletion and your brain, testes, kidneys, and some other internal organs need energy (which they do). In that case, muscle would be broken down and the Lys and Leu amino acids would be converted to glucose through the process of gluconeogenesis.
    2) You don't have any available amino acids around when needed for repair.

    Given that your liver holds about 75 g of glycogen and that casein protein is in fact pretty much the only thing that releases its amino acids over a 7 hour period (besides catabolic muscles at night lol) is casein protein (since it is highly hydrophobic and forms some special goo in the stomach unlike CHICKEN for example), I would say that preventing muscle catabolism at night becomes as easy as getting 30g of carbs and 30g of cottage cheese before bed. I, personally, toast a small whole wheat bun and then put 4 (28g each) servings of FF mozzarella cheeze in the middle topped off with 1 serving of some sharp regular cheese (for taste) and microwave for 45 seconds or until slightly melted. You can even put a tomato slice in there. It's delicious, I never wake up smaller, and I don't have to piss like a race horse in the middle of the night because against my better judgement I drank some dubious casein shake.
    Of course some would argue that you can get some mixed meal or something fatty, but given that your body burns about 400-500 kcal per night, which mostly come from fats, I would say that you won't be doing yourself a favour in the fat department. Ensure caloric deficit at night and your body will burn fat, but make sure that 1) you have 20-30g of casein protein in your stomach and 2) that your liver glycogen is full.
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    Originally Posted by askthetrainer View Post
    Another reason why cottage cheese is good, for those looking to get or stay lean is it is not something you (the discipline challenged) are going to pig out, and eat tons of calories.

    Seriously, I don't care how hungry you are or how much you like it, there's no way you're gonna start slammin' tubs of cottage cheese like Ben & Jerry's.
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    Originally Posted by askthetrainer View Post
    Another reason why cottage cheese is good, for those looking to get or stay lean is it is not something you (the discipline challenged) are going to pig out, and eat tons of calories.

    Seriously, I don't care how hungry you are or how much you like it, there's no way you're gonna start slammin' tubs of cottage cheese like Ben & Jerry's.
    Agreed. I was starving last night for some reason. I ate a small tub, four servings, 360 cals, 60g of protein last night about an hour before bed. Felt bloated as sh*t. Definitely over did it. But I was completely full, and didn't do much damage overall.
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    Originally Posted by Confuzzl3dOn3 View Post
    Thirdly - why the heck is saturated fat bad for u
    Saturated fat stimulates the production of LDL. We already get enough LDL from our normal diets' production and therefore can do without having more. Admittedly, as we all know, cholesterol is certainly a precursor for hormones; however, only certain amounts of it can be utilized as such, the rest is, basically, just clogging up our arteries.
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    its one of those versatile foods like oatmeal where u can mix anything with it and it taste good
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