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    Do I need a postworkout shake if I eat "real" food after workout?

    Hi there. I hear it's beneficial to drink a protein drink like whey right after weight lifting. But if I'm going to eat "real" food (brown rice, eggs, various veggies) after fast exercising, do i still need to drink a protein shake after because of the fast absorption of whey?
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    Originally Posted by pilotpen01 View Post
    Hi there. I hear it's beneficial to drink a protein drink like whey right after weight lifting. But if I'm going to eat "real" food (brown rice, eggs, various veggies) after fast exercising, do i still need to drink a protein shake after because of the fast absorption of whey?
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    Solid food is a lot of the time better. As long as you are getting enough protein, a shake is not needed.
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    Well after an intense workout whey is def optimal. Mix that in with some fast absobing carbs such as waxy maize and you'll make the most out of your 'anabolic window'. The carbs will shuttle the protein quick into the muscles for recovery and also replenish your glocogen levels. = muscle growth brah
    Have a real meal up to an hour after that
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    Originally Posted by h3ktic View Post
    Well after an intense workout whey is def optimal. Mix that in with some fast absobing carbs such as waxy maize and you'll make the most out of your 'anabolic window'. The carbs will shuttle the protein quick into the muscles for recovery and also replenish your glocogen levels. = muscle growth brah
    Have a real meal up to an hour after that
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    Originally Posted by h3ktic View Post
    Well after an intense workout whey is def optimal. Mix that in with some fast absobing carbs such as waxy maize and you'll make the most out of your 'anabolic window'. The carbs will shuttle the protein quick into the muscles for recovery and also replenish your glocogen levels. = muscle growth brah
    Have a real meal up to an hour after that
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    Originally Posted by pilotpen01 View Post
    Hi there. I hear it's beneficial to drink a protein drink like whey right after weight lifting. But if I'm going to eat "real" food (brown rice, eggs, various veggies) after fast exercising, do i still need to drink a protein shake after because of the fast absorption of whey?
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    Whey after gym.

    Food meal roughly 1 hour later when you get home.
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    the main reason for whey is that after a workout, ur body is too exhausted to digest food. whey takes little energy to digest, steak is very hard.
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    Originally Posted by h3ktic View Post
    Well after an intense workout whey is def optimal. Mix that in with some fast absobing carbs such as waxy maize and you'll make the most out of your 'anabolic window'. The carbs will shuttle the protein quick into the muscles for recovery and also replenish your glocogen levels. = muscle growth brah
    Have a real meal up to an hour after that
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    the main reason for whey is that after a workout, ur body is too exhausted to digest food. whey takes little energy to digest, steak is very hard.
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    Too exhausted for digestion to take place? Me thinks someone is



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    Originally Posted by MikeD4386 View Post
    the main reason for whey is that after a workout, ur body is too exhausted to digest food. whey takes little energy to digest, steak is very hard.
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    Man, you don't "HAVE TO" have whey protein. That's just a supplement.
    If you're eating a real-food meal right after your workout is perfect.
    Now I'm eating oatmeal + eggs + apple post workout, and I don't need the damn shake. What's the point? If you take your protein after working out, it doesn't matter if it comes from a protein shake, milk, eggs, tuna, chicken or whatever.
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    You'll get all the different fanatics chiming in here saying "Thats Broscience" or "This is Broscience". Some say that Whey is optimal because it digests faster and that is better right after your workout. Some say it doesn't matter about digestion and that whole foods are better no matter what time of the day it is.

    I don't know which is better, but I do know that Whey does in fact digest faster than eating a 8oz piece of chicken breast. That doesn't mean it's optimal for post-workout because as long as you are getting your macros everyday you are good.

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    broscience at its best in here. you dont need a shake after your workout as most of the guys above me have said. eat your meal and get on wit life. shakes are by no means and far from being a "necessity"
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    Originally Posted by Form101 View Post
    Solid food is a lot of the time better. As long as you are getting enough protein, a shake is not needed.
    Well I do this, i drink my shake then 20-40 mins later I eat
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    Originally Posted by Gusthebus View Post
    Well I do this, i drink my shake then 20-40 mins later I eat
    Same. 60-90 mins later I eat though.
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    A shake is not needed after workout it's simply a supplement to meet your protein needs for your day. I prefer a whole food meal right after my workout and it saves me money since I don't have to buy protein tubs that often.
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    I drink scoop of whey and xtend then have brown rice chicken and avacado with some almonds
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    i used to have a protein shake and a glass of grape juice religously after every workout then eating a meal about 30 min later. then i started cutting out the grape juice and only having the shake postwo and the meal just the same... saw and noticed no difference at all. then i cut out the shake too so that i finish my workout then just go home and eat a meal... still no diff from when i was drinking a shake and grape juice postwo. take that how you want
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    Originally Posted by Avaric3 View Post
    i used to have a protein shake and a glass of grape juice religously after every workout then eating a meal about 30 min later. then i started cutting out the grape juice and only having the shake postwo and the meal just the same... saw and noticed no difference at all. then i cut out the shake too so that i finish my workout then just go home and eat a meal... still no diff from when i was drinking a shake and grape juice postwo. take that how you want
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    If your getting the protein out of the food you eat ofcourse you dont need the shake
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    Just eat real food. Whey protein is just a combined ploy by the dairy and supplement industry to turn a profit off of a waste product/bi product that might otherwise go to waste.

    For the guys who say "whey + casein + sugar" that already occurs in nature… it is called milk. You could try a glass or two post workout.

    Real food is the key to growth. It is all you need. Supplements are over-hyped garbage for the most part… although as they say, "a fool and his money shall soon part."
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