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    Question Eat Bread after workout?

    I've been contemplating eating bread for its carbs after my workout, this would be in addition to my protein shake. Is this a good idea or will the bread just soak up the protein shake in my stomach and they both become ineffective?

    I only have white bread at the moment, would wheat be better? Thanks!
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    1. If bread soaks anything up, it doesnt mean its ineffective, it still needs to be digested, bread shake and all....really this is not complicated stuff.

    2. Eat what ever you want before/after your workout, it makes no difference as long as you get your daily calories and macros in.
    Eat the damn yolk.

    I will consume you like the affordable biscuit you are.
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    Originally Posted by Discipl3 View Post
    I've been contemplating eating bread for its carbs after my workout, this would be in addition to my protein shake. Is this a good idea or will the bread just soak up the protein shake in my stomach and they both become ineffective?

    I only have white bread at the moment, would wheat be better? Thanks!
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    Have the bread. It should be consumed relative to your TDEE, calculated macros, considered micros/fibre and goal.
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    At the risk of sounding completely stupid (which I already did lol) I have no clue what macros or TDEE and all that is lol. I'm literally just starting sorry lol
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    Originally Posted by Discipl3 View Post
    At the risk of sounding completely stupid (which I already did lol) I have no clue what macros or TDEE and all that is lol. I'm literally just starting sorry lol
    No worries bud.

    Just check out the stickies (The threads at the top of this forum).

    Especially: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=121703981

    They will give you a solid understanding of the basics of nutrition and help you calculate your needs.
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    Pretty tough to make a big ol' sammich without any bread, OP.
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    Originally Posted by moosedahgoose View Post
    No worries bud.

    Just check out the stickies (The threads at the top of this forum).

    Especially: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=121703981

    They will give you a solid understanding of the basics of nutrition and help you calculate your needs.
    follow this link, calculate your TDEE and macros
    forget everything you know about nutrition and stat over here
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    Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    follow this link, calculate your TDEE and macros
    forget everything you know about nutrition and stat over here
    ^This is very good advice, when I first came to the forums, I had read all these articles saying different things about nutrition and making everything complicated, talking about meal frequency and nutrient timing and all this stuff. After reading this sticky I learned that bodybuilding nutrition, and just nutrition in general doesn't need to be complicated. So yea basically clear your mind about anything you've read about nutrition before and soak up the information in that sticky.
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