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    Question Protein whey dosages

    Hey just wanted to ask before I start , is it okay if I take daily 4 shakes before training after training and in the rest of the days between meals
    It says serving 40gram on the back but what if I would do 4shakes by serving 100g in 4shakes a day would that help to gain the muscles or I would **** it out ? And waste it ?
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    You're just wasting money that way and why so much protein shakes? You don't need that much if you're able to meet your protein intake through real food.
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    Wake up 1pm
    1.30pm meal
    3pm shake
    3.30 gym workout
    5pm meal after gym +shake
    8pm meal
    11pm shake
    1am meal
    3.30am/4am shake
    5am meal sometimes no meal
    Going bed 6/6:30am

    Night shift life protein whey shakes mixed with oats , that’s why I’m asking 100g per saving in shake or 40g as it says per serving ? That’s why I’m asking ? 🤗
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    Likely overkill. How much do you weigh? You only need your weight times .7 grams in protein a day. Based on your other post about Animal Pack, you are tending to WAY OVERDO the supplements...
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    1.75m 85kg weight,I’ve stopped with animal cut I’m only on Animal Pak now ,that’s why I’m asking about the whey protein dosage to not waste it that much 🤗
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    Protein shake is not medicine so there’s no ‘dosage’. It is powered food and have no magical powers.

    It’s just like asking the dosages for chicken breast or milk a day.

    It’s used to supplements whole foods and not replace them.

    You do not need to drink protein shakes 4 or 5 times a day. You do not even need it at all if you can meet your protein macros through whole foods.

    There’s no additional benefits to drinking protein shakes if you can meet your daily protein requirements without them. The more protein you get from whole foods, the better for you.

    If at all you do need it, then 1-2 servings are enough. Follow the serving size written on the tub.

    Eat more whole foods and save your money.

    All the best.
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    Thanks for advices so conclusion is to keep how I’m doing but just instead of making shakes of 100g of powder put a 40g of powder And eat more food
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    Yes, eat more whole foods.

    You do not need to eat a specific number of times a day or at specific times of the day.

    Eat whenever you’re hungry.

    You should be more concerned about meeting the calories and macros requirements for your goal, and choosing a progressive lifting program to ensure you meet those goals.


    You may want to go over to the workout program and nutrition sections. Read the stickies, choose a program and follow it.

    All the best.
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    Food is king. Protein powder can fill in the gaps in your goals. I used to rely heavily on that stuff too but for me it caused a lot of unwanted tummy troubles when I would do shakes all day. I figured out what I needed, downloaded a FREE nutritional tracker, and I feel SO MUCH BETTER! no one said it would be easy, and you’ve gotta commit to a routine and learn how to make it exciting within your particular needs to keep you on track.
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    Originally Posted by NinaB55 View Post
    Yes, eat more whole foods.
    You do not need to eat a specific number of times a day or at specific times of the day.
    Eat whenever you’re hungry.
    You should be more concerned about meeting the calories and macros requirements for your goal, and choosing a progressive lifting program to ensure you meet those goals.
    You may want to go over to the workout program and nutrition sections. Read the stickies, choose a program and follow it.
    All the best.
    ^Agree. Excellent advice.

    Stick to whole foods. And supplement with whey protein when you need to fill in that gap.
    Whey protein is indeed cheap & convenient, but shifting your priority away from your Nutrition will surely stray you from optimal results
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    Originally Posted by koxlufa View Post
    1.75m 85kg weight
    How long have you been lifting?
    Total protein intake must be calculated on your lean body mass and unless you're an advanced bodybuilder that may be between 60 and 65 kg max.
    As stated by others, protein powders are supposed to help you reach your daily intake (in your case 120 - 130 g for muscle building) but the basis is food. Therefore calculate how much protein you get from food (you can find the composition of foods in many websites) and take 1-2 scoops a day of whey to get to a total of 130 g / day.
    You can consider only animal protein (meat, fish, dairy, eggs) in order to make sure it will be more than enough.
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    I did ages ago but I had no idea what and how, now I’m trying to learn a little

    Meal before gym rice /pasta 150g chicken/fish 200g shake 30min before workout and Animal Pak 30min after meal , after gym rice/pasta 200g chicken/fish 300g protein shake ,20-30min after that Animal Pak , after 2-3hours one more meal like this and then I’m sticking to snacks protein shakes with oats like I mentioned before in the time schedule 5days in week like this ? Is it bad should I workout on the night and swap the meals around ?
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