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    [QUOTE=ElvisCaprice;1538919621]Good job, Will. Finally some common sense on Whey so folks can look for the best price over marketing gimmicks.[/QUOTE

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    [QUOTE=Kaliegyms;1551652791]
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    Good job, Will. Finally some common sense on Whey so folks can look for the best price over marketing gimmicks.[/QUOTE

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    Hi Will, I'm just new to the supplement world so would you mind explaining a little bit in term of the way manufacturer labelling their products?
    For example, it is stated that "25 g protein, 5.5 gram BCAAs and 2.7 g leucine", but the serving size is just 31 g. How would that be possible, not to mention that there are other ingredients like Carbs, Sodium, sweeteners and so on?
    If the addition of BCAAs, for example, would cost the real content of protein (much less than 25 g protein), should it be considered as a kind of false advertising?
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    Originally Posted by killbom View Post
    Hi Will, I'm just new to the supplement world so would you mind explaining a little bit in term of the way manufacturer labelling their products?
    For example, it is stated that "25 g protein, 5.5 gram BCAAs and 2.7 g leucine", but the serving size is just 31 g. How would that be possible, not to mention that there are other ingredients like Carbs, Sodium, sweeteners and so on?
    If the addition of BCAAs, for example, would cost the real content of protein (much less than 25 g protein), should it be considered as a kind of false advertising?
    The BCAAs naturally occurring in whey, if using an isolate (see OP), it's not difficult to get 25g of P from a 31g serving size.
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    Smile Nice Info

    Nice information although i am already using whey.
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    Hi!for better results which supplement is better for using with whey?
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    More whey win: Study found improvements in bodycomp, and fat loss in the all important trunk area:

    The Association Between Whey Protein, Regional Fat Mass and Strength in Resistance-Trained Men: A Cross-Sectional Study

    Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, https://doi.org/10.1139/apnm-2018-0143

    Abstract

    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the association between whey protein supplementation, body composition and muscle strength, in resistance-trained individuals. Forty-nine healthy males, aged 18 to 35 years that were engaged in resistance training for at least one year, were assigned into two groups according to whey protein intake (Whey: n=26, 30.7 ± 7.4 yr, 75.8 ± 9.0 kg; Without Whey: n=23, 31.0 ± 7.4 yr, 77.9 ± 9.3 kg).

    Using a cross-sectional design, a morning assessment of body fat mass (FM) (by dual energy X-ray absorptiometry) and strength (using 1RM for bench press and back squat) was performed. Nutritional assessment was performed by 3-day food records. Regarding nutritional habits, differences between total energy intake (kcal) and estimated energy requirements (kcal) were observed.

    Results, from both raw data or controlling for energy intake, estimated energy requirements or achieved percentage of energy requirements, showed that whey protein supplementation was inversely correlated with whole-body FM (R=-0.367 (p=0.010); R=-0.317 (p=0.049); R=-0.380 (p=0.011); R=-0.321 (p=0.047), respectively), trunk FM (R=-0.396 (p=0.005), R=-0.367 (p=0.022), R=-0.423 (p=0.004), R=-0.369 (p=0.021), respectively) and android FM (R=-0.381 (p=0.007), R=-0.332 (p=0.039), R=-0.383 (p=0.010), R=-0.336 (p=0.036), respectively).

    No correlations were found between muscle strength outcomes and whey protein supplementation. The present data suggests that whey protein ingestion has a positive association with whole-body and regional (trunk and android) FM.

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    Harvard Will,

    Everyone knows that milk does a body good. It is probably the single best food to go with eggs or blood, if you could choose only 2 things to eat.

    But, did you know that it could possibly deliver epigenetic microRNAs in vivo?

    Probably not, sinse you have only been here since 2002.

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    Originally Posted by Par Deus View Post
    Harvard Will,

    Everyone knows that milk does a body good. It is probably the single best food to go with eggs or blood, if you could choose only 2 things to eat.

    But, did you know that it could possibly deliver epigenetic microRNAs in vivo?

    Probably not, sinse you have only been here since 2002.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5501576/
    I did not know that! Very interesting and novel concept. What clinical utility? Maybe use milk exosomes to deliver something beneficial to target tissues? What impact these milk exosomes with their existing package seems worthy of further study.
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    I did not know that! Very interesting and novel concept. What clinical utility? Maybe use milk exosomes to deliver something beneficial to target tissues? What impact these milk exosomes with their existing package seems worthy of further study.
    That paper is speculative, even for me, though I think he is saying that milk basically was designed by God to deliver the good stuff, plus also hinting that it could be used for targeted delivery.
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    Is there an advantage to grass-fed based whey over non-grass fed whey?
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    Is there an advantage to grass-fed based whey over non-grass fed whey?
    Is covered in the OP...
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    Is covered in the OP...
    Thanks! I've just started using whey and much prefer it to other things
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    Can we mix protein and Creatine and bcaa and dextrose in a one shake??

    is they interfair with absorption in body ??

    if yes then whats a shake look like?? i e --

    creatine and dextrose and after 20 min protein and bcaa??
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    Originally Posted by thomas9494 View Post
    Can we mix protein and Creatine and bcaa and dextrose in a one shake??

    is they interfair with absorption in body ??

    if yes then whats a shake look like?? i e --

    creatine and dextrose and after 20 min protein and bcaa??
    I mix 1/4 cup Walnuts, 1/4 cup Oatmeal, 1/4 cup blueberries, 1/4 cup raspberries w 2.5g creatine (creapure) 1g Beta-Alanine and 2tbsp of whey protein, 2tbsp ground flaxseed for a morning smoothie w banana; plenty of healthy (Omega 3) fats, fiber (soluble!!), micronutrients, etc.
    Rinse, repeat that smoothie later in the day to get at least 5g every day of creatine (and total 4tbsp of whey for the day - minimum).
    Mix it all up bruh!!
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    Originally Posted by mohammad2122 View Post
    Hi!for better results which supplement is better for using with whey?
    Supplements to consider:
    Whey, Creatine, Beta-Alanine, Fish Oil (and/or other Omega 3 sources such as ground flaxseed), Vitamin D3 ... possibly some trace minerals like zinc & magnesium (consider ZMA or look for 'trace mineral' supplements)
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    Thank you for sharing this info! I never thought that there are many considerations when purchasing whey but this post cleared many things about it.
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    Originally Posted by SandmanLogan5 View Post
    Supplements to consider:
    Whey, Creatine, Beta-Alanine, Fish Oil (and/or other Omega 3 sources such as ground flaxseed), Vitamin D3 ... possibly some trace minerals like zinc & magnesium (consider ZMA or look for 'trace mineral' supplements)
    FYI, Fish oil and flax oil are not equivalent and the conversion of LNA -> EPA/DHA is poor.
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    whey and hypoglycaemia

    Can i take whey protein powder if i am hypoglycemic? Im worried about the added sugars spiking my insulin and I'm worried about what whey protein powder will do to my blood sugar since I'm used to getting my protein from things like eggs and meat and i don't eat many carbs.
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    Originally Posted by matthewvand View Post
    Can i take whey protein powder if i am hypoglycemic? Im worried about the added sugars spiking my insulin and I'm worried about what whey protein powder will do to my blood sugar since I'm used to getting my protein from things like eggs and meat and i don't eat many carbs.
    What added sugars? Use a brand with no added sugars, and track what effects it has on your blood sugar. That's the best way to know what effects it has on your particular blood sugar issues. Some studies suggest whey can improve glucose metabolism.
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    Originally Posted by WillBrink View Post
    What added sugars? Use a brand with no added sugars, and track what effects it has on your blood sugar. That's the best way to know what effects it has on your particular blood sugar issues. Some studies suggest whey can improve glucose metabolism.
    This but as always with medical issues, run it by your dr first if you have concerns
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