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    Looking for post workout whey protein recommendations

    Looking for the best post workout protein powder for muscle growth
    I hear you're suppose to take something that has 25+ grams of protein, low fat, some carbs and calories with low/no sugar.

    I recently took 100% gold standard whey and it was okay, wondering if there is anything better out there for a post workout powder for muscle growth.


    I like going on labdoor . com and look at the protein rankings to tell me a little bit more about what is in the protein...

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    Gold Standard Whey is a good choice.
    There are others as well.

    Food will be your best source of Protein.
    Perhaps you can have a couple scoops of whey post-workout, and then have a protein-rich meal as well.
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    Originally Posted by hangnail42 View Post
    Looking for the best post workout protein powder for muscle growth
    I hear you're suppose to take something that has 25+ grams of protein, low fat, some carbs and calories with low/no sugar.
    I recently took 100% gold standard whey and it was okay, wondering if there is anything better out there for a post workout powder for muscle growth.
    I like going on labdoor . com and look at the protein rankings to tell me a little bit more about what is in the protein...
    THANKS
    Err, by no means are protein powders necessary.
    It is taken by means of convenience.
    Get your nutrition and workout program figured out first.
    And after you've done all that, you can ask away what flavor you prefer and us forum peeps will bombard you with reputable options
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    OP, is that really you in the AVI?
    If yes, you need more than a protein shake after your workout... and before it... and during...

    Eat food!

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    Two things.

    1. It is a popular notion, but you do not NEED whey protein after a workout. Any meal containing protein will work and protein powder is more of a convenience.

    2. Labdoor may not be the best place to look at rankings as it is flawed.

    Check out the nutrition section and the stickies on the front page, lots of great information for you to learn from there!
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    Originally Posted by danielmoo View Post
    Two things.

    1. It is a popular notion, but you do not NEED whey protein after a workout. Any meal containing protein will work and protein powder is more of a convenience.

    2. Labdoor may not be the best place to look at rankings as it is flawed.

    Check out the nutrition section and the stickies on the front page, lots of great information for you to learn from there!
    This and what KG said. You don't need powdered food. Any food will suffice if you're hungry. Timing of nutrients isn't relevant to the vast majority of people. Meet macros before each day using whatever you want.
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    OP I'm going to reccomend that you eat foods like peanut butter, whole eggs, full fat milk, cottage cheese, and fatty cuts of meat.

    Most whey protien delivers protien and not much in the way of fat or calories. You need ALL the macro nutrients in large quantities, if that is truly you in the Avi.
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    Whole Foods first and protein powders second

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    Like the others above stated, real food is the best thing to eat after a workout. If you are doing something along the lines of fasted cardio and high intensity training then a good protein source with some carbs would be a good option to help with recovery and creating an insulin spike. There is a good read though regarding protein and nutrition intake after a workout from NCBI, Muscle protein synthesis in response to nutrition and exercise "Exercise × nutrient interactions regulating MPS

    A key aspect surrounding acute responses to exercise and subsequent adaptation is nutrient × exercise interactions. This is exemplified by the fact that acute increases in MPS after exercise in the absence of EAA nutrition provide a more prolonged rise in MPB such that the net effect is negative muscle protein balance (Biolo et al. 1995). If such EAA deficiency persisted throughout training, this would lead to maladaptation; you can't build or remodel muscle without amino acids! It follows that increasing dietary EAA availability after exercise enhances both the magnitude and duration of the increase in MPS (Pennings et al. 2011). Therefore, in essence, exercise is able to pre-condition muscle to delay the muscle full ‘set-point’ (illustrated in Fig. 1). Interestingly, addition of carbohydrate to protein affords no greater anabolic effects on protein turnover (neither increases in MPS nor depressions in MPB) after exercise, highlighting the central role of EAAs as the principal (and perhaps only!) macronutrients required to optimise anabolic responses in protein turnover to exercise (Staples et al. 2011).

    There has been considerable work undertaken to determine the optimal timing of nutritional intake in order to maximise post-exercise MPS and ensuing adaptations to training (Cribb & Hayes, 2006; Hoffman et al. 2009). In general, we believe that it is largely irrelevant whether the feed is given pre-, during or post-exercise. This is because the delaying of the muscle-full response appears to last at least 24 h (Burd et al. 2011) after a single bout of exercise, which may help explain chronic adaptations such as hypertrophy/remodelling of muscle over time, independent of proximity-dependent feeding patterns (see Fig. 2). Therefore, we contend that nutrient sufficiency per se, rather than timing of intake, is the more important aspect to successful hypertrophic adaptation (that is not to say some acute performance/recovery benefits may be afforded by consumption of nutrition in close proximity to exercise) (Ferguson-Stegall et al. 2011). Moreover, there are still limits to how hard the system can be pushed and increasing protein loading to an identical bout of exercise still demonstrates a saturable response at around 20 g (equivalent to the 10 g EAA maximum dose observed with EAAs in the absence of exercise), above which amino acid oxidation is increased and excess protein is thus catabolised (Moore et al. 2009). Therefore increasing the EAA load will not fully overcome the muscle-full effect afforded by exercise; rather, it prolongs the anabolic window. As such moderate feeding strategies may be better (∼20 g PRO aliquots) but, perhaps, more often (the frequency of which remains to be determined, i.e. how long the muscle remains refractory to the anabolic effects of AAs)."



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