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    What are some fast absorbing protein sources...REAL food!!!

    I want to cut out whey protein shakes and I wanted to know what kind of foods can I eat that are fast absorbing for post work out
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    Originally Posted by RM281 View Post
    I want to cut out whey protein shakes and I wanted to know what kind of foods can I eat that are fast absorbing for post work out
    Majority of foods are semi fast absorbing. Remember whey is already broken down once it enters the body, chicken breast in such are broken down with digestion.

    My thing would be have like 24 G Peanut butter sandwhich on Ezekiel bread followed by like 1 glass 2% milk. Worked for me when I ran out of protein. I would go home and then eat chicken or steak. The easiest meat for your body to break down is gonna be Tuna.

    Vegetables are easy to break down but for the most part you will find more carbs with less protein, although good carbs.
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    If I'm not mistaken Egg whites are the fastest digesting source of protein...
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    PROTEIN TIMING CHART
    Whey: 30 min to 1 hour
    Eggs: 2-3 Hours
    Meat: 3-4 Hours
    Casein: 7+ Hours

    taken from here:
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    I read somewhere else that red meat is faster-digesting but I couldnt find it
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    Originally Posted by GymRat128 View Post
    If I'm not mistaken Egg whites are the fastest digesting source of protein...
    sounds right

    Originally Posted by ChrisAceto View Post

    In other words, different foods have different digestion rates. Egg whites is very fast
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    Originally Posted by InclineDBPresss View Post
    PROTEIN TIMING CHART
    Whey: 30 min to 1 hour
    Eggs: 2-3 Hours
    Meat: 3-4 Hours
    Casein: 7+ Hours

    taken from here:
    http://www.sherdog.net/forums/f15/pr...primer-275742/

    I read somewhere else that red meat is faster-digesting but I couldnt find it
    is that whey isolate or concentrate? Or does it matter? And what about the whey that is in milk?
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    Not that an hour or two will matter all that much in the grand scheme of things...but the more fat in the meal, the slower the overall digestion will be of anything you're eating. Unless it's whey, plain egg whites would probably result in the most rapid absorption of the amino acids into the blood.
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