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    How long can you keep a protein shake?

    I was wondering if I were to make alot of protein shakes with water and store them in a fridge is there a certain amount of time that I should keep them for? Will they go bad if they stay mixed with water for too long? Thanks
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    Protein shakes should be consumed immeidetly. Refrigration is good for no more than a day, unless you want to get sick from all the bacteria build up.
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    Originally Posted by Rectus Femoris
    Protein shakes should be consumed immeidetly. Refrigration is good for no more than a day, unless you want to get sick from all the bacteria build up.
    That was very helpful thanks alot
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    Just keep the powder in a shaker and add water when you are ready. Also, I was under the impression that protein only breaks down due to heat, and bacteria doesn't grow that well in a refrigerator. You should be okay for a day.
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