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HondoKneph
04-25-2011, 09:07 PM
Hey all, is it alright or recommended to drink Myofusion before bed since it's a blend?

cjwav34
04-25-2011, 09:08 PM
Hey all, is it alright or recommended to drink Myofusion before bed since it's a blend?

MyoFusion is just fine, as is straight whey, or a chicken breast. Really doesn't matter.

HondoKneph
04-25-2011, 09:15 PM
MyoFusion is just fine, as is straight whey, or a chicken breast. Really doesn't matter.

it doesnt really serve the purpose of casein right?

or_yourlivingtodie
04-25-2011, 09:17 PM
it doesnt really serve the purpose of casein right?

you dont need casein before you go to sleep.........

Rodzilla
04-25-2011, 09:17 PM
When people speak about drinking a blended protein before bed they're generally talking about getting some sort of protein with sustained release, an a higher percentage of casein. Myofusion is primarily whey.

However, type of protein and when you have that protein makes a lot less difference in the grand scheme of things than having adequate amounts in the first place.

So will it work to contribute to your overall protein requirements? Yes.
Do you need to take protein specifically before bed? No
If you still want a sustained release protein (understanding that it's not necessary) look into cottage cheese :D, vasolate, ultra peptide, trutein.

Supplement-Slut
04-25-2011, 09:23 PM
I prefer drinking sand before bed. It's free, effective, and a 2 minute drive

Farley1324
04-25-2011, 09:38 PM
it doesnt really serve the purpose of casein right?

There is very little casein in Myofusion. ~10% of the protein, perhaps.

If you want casein before bed a casein protein, like Optimum 100% casein, or a blend with published ratios is what you want.

The importance of casein before bed is a different story. If it floats your boat then go for it. It is not required though.

asmazda
04-25-2011, 09:38 PM
When people speak about drinking a blended protein before bed they're generally talking about getting some sort of protein with sustained release, an a higher percentage of casein. Myofusion is primarily whey.

However, type of protein and when you have that protein makes a lot less difference in the grand scheme of things than having adequate amounts in the first place.

So will it work to contribute to your overall protein requirements? Yes.
Do you need to take protein specifically before bed? No
If you still want a sustained release protein (understanding that it's not necessary) look into cottage cheese :D, vasolate, ultra peptide, trutein.

This!