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    Good Post workout Meal or No ??

    After I lift, I usually walk Home from the Gym, and immediately have my Post- Workout Meal. The meal is usually Skim Milk w/ a scoop of ON Whey Protein with Whole Wheat Toast w/ Organic Peanut Butter. Is this a good/ decent choice or no? I'm in good shape... trying to keep muscle on, but I'm trying to shed a little fat in the waist area. I am 36 Years old. THANKS in advance for your thoughts/ replies.
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    Originally Posted by CJDUB2012 View Post
    After I lift, I usually walk Home from the Gym, and immediately have my Post- Workout Meal. The meal is usually Skim Milk w/ a scoop of ON Whey Protein with Whole Wheat Toast w/ Organic Peanut Butter. Is this a good/ decent choice or no? I'm in good shape... trying to keep muscle on, but I'm trying to shed a little fat in the waist area. I am 36 Years old. THANKS in advance for your thoughts/ replies.
    If you enjoy that then it's fine.

    Have you composed a specific diet matched to your goals?
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    Originally Posted by rand18m View Post
    If you enjoy that then it's fine.

    Have you composed a specific diet matched to your goals?
    Not exactly... I have been very active my entire life, so I could always just eat whatever I wanted. Now that I am 36, I can't. So I have made a lot of progess as far as just making healthier choices, but I do not have a specific diet in place.
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    That's fine, when or if you do so you can start with the stickies, also there is a good sticky by AA on pwo nutrition I encourage you to read.
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    Originally Posted by CJDUB2012 View Post
    After I lift, I usually walk Home from the Gym, and immediately have my Post- Workout Meal. The meal is usually Skim Milk w/ a scoop of ON Whey Protein with Whole Wheat Toast w/ Organic Peanut Butter. Is this a good/ decent choice or no? I'm in good shape... trying to keep muscle on, but I'm trying to shed a little fat in the waist area. I am 36 Years old. THANKS in advance for your thoughts/ replies.
    what ever works for you, when i get out of the gym i have 2 whole breasts of chicken or fish like tuna or grouper, or a few lean burger patties.
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    if it fits in your daily ratios and has a decent amount of nutrition that should be good enough. LOL chocolate milk beat out whey protein shakes on post workout scores btw. I like to have it after cardio ( I run or do serious cardio for endurance, not just for cal burn) on my higher carb days.
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    Don't eat directly post-workout! Here's some advice that I've gathered from research over the years. After an intense lifting session, your body's glucose levels are depleted. You must ingest carbohydrates to settle the spike. Have a few tablespoons of honey about 5 minutes after a lift, protein 20 minutes after, then a full meal consisting of protein, fat, and carbs about an hour, to an hour and fifteen minutes after.
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    Originally Posted by FitnessFan828 View Post
    Don't eat directly post-workout! Here's some advice that I've gathered from research over the years. After an intense lifting session, your body's glucose levels are depleted. You must ingest carbohydrates to settle the spike. Have a few tablespoons of honey about 5 minutes after a lift, protein 20 minutes after, then a full meal consisting of protein, fat, and carbs about an hour, to an hour and fifteen minutes after.
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    Originally Posted by AlwaysTryin View Post
    why do you keep posting crap in all threads
    ^^^ This. 'Settle the spike?' Huh?
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