my creatine says take it right after working out but i heard protein is where its at. which is better? can i take both?
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protein is protein. If it is low card, what is it low carb compared to? If you have whey protein or casein protein, there are no carbs in it. You need carbs post workout too though. Usually the suggestion is 2:1 carbsrotein
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if you are just lifting and going to bed and not eating you are doing your muscle growth a serious disservice. plus eating before bed does not cause fat, protein does not cause fat... eating excess calories causes you to get fat.
10-09-2009, 09:14 AM #16
Thank you for the information. Thats why I'm here asking questions. I'm looking for all the information I can obtain from people that know more about the subjects.
I started drinking protein shakes after my workout, and I'm waiting to see the results.
The good thing is I don't wake up as tired anymore.Just livin' the dream...
10-09-2009, 09:46 AM #17
Most people would recommend some form of protein, from either a shake or whole foods, before bed anyway. That is when your body is recovering, you need to provide it with the materials to do so. Remember, you do your work in the gym, you do your growing in the kitchen and in the bed.
If you workout at night before bed, I would arrange your diet so that your post-workout meal is one of the largest meals of the day, if not the largest, and that it contains a blend of proteins. Could do a whey protein shake immediately after, then follow up with steak/chicken/pork and potato or rice or something. Give your body that fuel while you sleep.*SCC*
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